The stars of I’M A Celeb may have been in hell and starved to death in the South African bush – but one of them is now playing a key role in the king’s coronation.
Singer and classical musician Myleene Klass, 45, arrived at Westminster Abbey for rehearsals ahead of her TV appearance at the Big Bash today.
Excitedly, Myleene took to Instagram to share her news, telling fans: “Proud to be attending @itv’s official coverage of the King’s coronation this Saturday as her music expert.
“I’ll be talking about all things music at the ceremony. Saturday, May 6, 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
The Hear’Say singer entered the abbey with a security guard and looked sensational in a multicolored two-piece suit.
She joked, “I’ve been told to dress smartly, so I’ve been very subtle about it.”
It’s far from her that I’m a celebrity life full of bugs and dirty toilets.
Mum-of-three Myleene can currently be seen on TV in the pre-taped series I’m A Celebrity South Africa camping out in a dry, dusty zone in the Kruger National Park.
Stars have gone to the restroom, also known as Dunny, outside at Wildenlager.
To protect the celebs’ privacy, Myleene’s co-stars Carol Vorderman, Amir Khan and Jordan Banjo kindly draped a sheet around them last week.
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Fans were shocked by the new open-air dunny with one saying: “There’s no way I would use the toilet if people could see me!”
While another commented: “No this toilet is awful WHAT!”
This viewer said, “I thought they expected them to go to the bathroom barefaced 😂”
The new toilet is part of the program’s fiercest camp ever, where the long descent is much closer to the sleeping and living quarters than usual.
An ITV source said: “We’re not just dealing with spiders and snakes here, there’s real man-eating wildlife in South Africa so the dunny is a lot closer to camp than it is in Australia.
“We just couldn’t allow the A-listers to roam the dangerous bush at night.
“So it’s a lot closer to camp, which has its ups and downs – there’s no privacy, it’s totally open to the elements and especially the women who have put their modesty on the line.”
The celebrities are stranded in isolation, surrounded by wild animals, about five miles from the nearest road and a 40-minute drive from a village.
A source from the show previously told us: “Everything is bigger, scarier and bolder.
“If celebrities think they know what to expect, they’re wrong.
“The only thing they can count on is the rice and beans diet!”
An intimidating, dark tree tunnel leads to the camp, only a chain of lights provides light.