Lisa Snowdon in talks for I'm A Celebrity - report
I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! bosses are reportedly in talks with Lisa Snowdon to appear on the upcoming series.
It has become the standard for producers to enlist a stunning female for the line-up of the outback programme, with shots of said woman in a bikini proving a ratings hit, and this year's eye candy is said to be model-turned-presenter Lisa.
"Lisa would be a perfect fit for the Jungle," a source told The Sun newspaper. "She fits the mould of an I’m A Celeb contestant, she’s got a great sense of humour, gets on well with people and is easy on the eye.
"They’ve had discussions about her going Down Under later this year."
Lisa also has a huge Hollywood ex in the form of George Clooney, so bosses are sure to be hopeful she may reveal some tidbits about the heartthrob during her time on the programme.
A jungle romance will be out of the question though for Lisa, as she is currently loved up with entrepreneur beau George Smart.
One thing the 44-year-old wouldn't be worried about if she was to jet to Australia is going without make-up.
"There's something really powerful about going make-up free, and it's so important to love and accept yourself. I've been trying to go back to basics and look after my skin – which is actually quite good, I've discovered," she previously told Hello! Online.
Lisa is also no stranger to the world of reality television. She competed on Strictly Come Dancing back in 2008, and was also previously a judge on Britain's Next Top Model.
She left the programme to concentrate on her Capital FM Breakfast show, which she hosted alongside Dave Berry, but left the airwaves earlier this year (16).
She admitted after leaving Capital that she was going to be much more selective about the work she took on, adding to Hello!: "I'm sort of picking and choosing my jobs at the moment and I don't have to be up at silly o'clock in the morning, which is nice. I'm really relishing having weekends away and I feel fantastic – the world is my oyster!"
- Cover Media