The South African jungle is about to get even more raucous if these latest reports are right!
Australia’s most loveable Larrikin is reportedly joining the cast of the Aussie version of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!
According to the Daily Mail Australia retired cricket pro Shane Warne will be one of ten stars battling it out in the wilderness when the second series kicks off on January 31.
Indeed in the teasers for the upcoming reality show, one of the mystery contestants has been billed as a cricket player.
The father-of-three’s latest Instagram post also hinted he was thinking of embracing a more rugged look and growing his hair longer – perhaps a clue he was about to be without his usual grooming tools.
“Thinking of growing my hair long again like this ? Thoughts ?#advancedhair,” Warnie penned alongside a close-up selfie.
Last year the colourful commentator allegedly refused a six-figure deal to appear on the first installment of I'm A Celeb.
The Courier Mail claims he was very “tempted” but instead decided to see how the first season panned out.
After walking away the 2015 champ of I’m A Celeb, British cricket star Freddie Flintoff has landed several new lucrative new gigs in Oz including a stint on The Project and commentating the Big Bash.
There's no denying the star bowler would make a welcome addition to the show - he'd certainly have no shortage of tales to tell around the campfire!
Over the years the Melbourne local's personal life has attracted just as much attention as his sporting career.
From his tumultuous marriage to ex-wife Simone Callahan, his on-off relationship with British actress Elizabeth Hurley, which ended in a failed engagement, and of course his infamous appetite for flirting, which has landed him in hot water more than a few times.