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ITV I’m A Celebrity’s Danielle Harold reveals reason she’s refusing to do ‘sexy showers’ | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV


However, she admitted she had packed a “stupid amount” of bikinis and clothes for her stint on I’m a Celebrity… Find Out Here! That starts tonight.

Danielle, 31, revealed she was “very nervous” about the unknown tasks that awaited her in the jungle and admitted she was “a bit claustrophobic” so “small spaces with bugs in – I won’t great with those”.

She also won’t cook for her fellow contestants because she always ends up a disaster so she volunteers to take care of the dunny instead.

After playing the character Lola Pearce-Brown in the BBC soap for 15 years she said “it’s nice to do something that can change me” by appearing on the ITV programme.

But since she’s “very bubbly and talkative” she was “looking forward to getting in there and getting to know people,” but ruled out romance in the jungle.

She said: “Oh no, I’m in survival mode when I’m in the jungle I’ll be thinking about what I’m going to eat in the Jungle – I couldn’t think of anything like that.

“I’m going in for the experience and getting – nothing like that.”

The cold water will also dampen any thoughts of doing a sexy shower scene, made famous by Myleene Klass who appeared in a white bikini in 2006.

She said: “I’ll probably be crouching on the shower floor because the water will be cold. That totally sexy shower image, it’s not me.”

Although I’m not shy she said: “I’m just a bit goofy and I hate cold water. I don’t know how these girls do it and they look beautiful in it.

“I looked at the pictures and thought ‘how are they doing that?’ They look stunning – my pictures wouldn’t be like that.

“I have so many bikinis and so many clothes – a stupid amount. Of course, you don’t know how long you’ll be there. I’m like I don’t know if I’m going to do well or if I’m going to be the first to leave.”

But she was “buzzing” to go into the jungle and after playing Lola for so long her fans might be surprised to say: “I’m delighted, I think maybe people don’t know what to expect or whom. I really am.”

In a tough storyline her soap character died of aggressive cancer this year, so after the jungle she would love to do comedy because it would be “so beautiful to do something funny” and “something more lightness”.

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