I'm A Celebrity All Star bosses in talks with controversial former contestant – who accused campmates of bullying her | The Sun

OUTSPOKEN royal author Lady Colin Campbell is to return to I’m A Celebrity . . . , The Sun can reveal.

The eccentric aristo, 72 — who quit the main 2015 series and later claimed two co-stars bullied her — is in talks to appear in the spin-off All-Stars show.

It will be filmed in South Africa this year but will not air until 2023.

An ITV source said: “Lady C was not exactly a fan favourite. She isn’t one to mince her words and certainly got people talking.

“She was divisive and largely disliked by her camp mates but she made fascinating telly.

“Producers are confident they can convince her to take part in the All-Stars series — despite the slightly sour ending to her regular appearance.”


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Jamaican-born socialite Lady Campbell threatened to sue ITV when she left the Oz jungle seven years ago, claiming Duncan Bannatyne and Tony Hadley “ran her out of camp”.

She branded Dragons’ Den’s Bannatyne, 73, a “vain old goat” and Spandau Ballet’s Hadley, 62, a “chippy little oik”.

Both denied they bullied the author after the final, won by Vicky Pattison, 34.

Boxer Amir Khan, 35, and TV’s Gillian McKeith, 62, are among past I’m a Celeb . . .  stars set to be in the is year’s spin-off.

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