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Wayne Bridge will do 'all challenges' on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!

Wayne Bridge will do 'all challenges' on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!

Una Foden thinks Wayne Bridge will be "well up for all of the challenges" on 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!'.

The Saturdays singer can't wait to see her band mate Frankie Bridge's retired footballer husband in the jungle next week because he'll throw himself head first into the gruesome tasks.

Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz, she said: "Well I am really excited to see Wayne [Bridge] in there. I think he is going to do really well because he is a really lovely guy and I imagine that he will be well up for all of the challenges."

And, although she loves tuning in to the creepy-crawly show every year, she doesn't think she'll be very good in Australian outback because she's terrified of spiders and snakes.

She explained: "I run away from spiders!"

However, the 35-year-old beauty would love to see her husband Ben Foden, with whom she has children Aoife, four, and Tadhg, 21 months, get stuck in next year as he'd be "really good."

She said: "I don't know if Ben would do anything like that. I think he said he wanted to do 'The Jump', but I think that is out of the question, the fact he is a rugby player and if he broke his leg, there is enough high risk on the field to do anything like that. It's more difficult with being a sportsman. I would love to see him in the jungle. He'd be really good. He usually catches the spiders."

Meanwhile, bosses signed up Wayne, 36, as they hope he'll open up about his ex-girlfriend Veronica Perroncel's alleged affair with his former teammate John Terry six years ago.

A source said recently: "Wayne never really sought fame when he was a footballer so it's surprising he agreed to go in the jungle. But ITV believe they've made a real coup getting him on board as he's never discussed the John Terry scandal before.

"They're secretly hoping the subject crops up during while the celebs talk endlessly around the camp fire to pass time."