Hollyoaks' Jamie Lomas confirms dramatic Warren Fox exit amid rumours he's joining I'm a Celebrity

Is Jamie swapping Chester for The Jungle?

After more than a decade on the show, Hollyoaks star Jamie Lomas has announced he's leaving his role as Warren Fox in dramatic scenes that will air next week.

During an appearance on This Morning on Friday, the 42-year-old told hosts Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford that he's now finished filming and has teased viewers of a massive twist.

As Warren's explosive hostage storyline heats up, fans of the show saw Sienna Blake desperately try and escape the clutches of her evil boyfriend last week as she was about to give birth to their twins.

Revealing his character's next killer move, Jamie said: "Sienna was going to take the twins away from him. The most important thing to Warren is having his own family.

"He gets wind of this and locks her in this remote cottage and is waiting for her to give birth to the twins and run away with them.

"She has to have a c-section to get them out. He doesn’t believe her. They’re so much in love with each other but they can't be together. Is he going to take her to hospital to have the twins?"

The star added: "You’ll have to see. It's Warren's final weeks next week. There's so many twists and turns in these episodes."

Fans of the show will be happy to know that Jamie also confirmed the role has been left open for him to return - which means he's definitely not being killed off. Phew!

However, now the star is rumoured to be heading into the I'm A Celebrity Jungle after he admitted he wanted to "try other things" following his exit.

According to The Sun, ITV bosses are keen for him to join the line-up of this year’s celebs and are desperate to sign him up.

"Jamie is a good-looking single guy so they are hoping sparks will fly with one of the single girls in the camp," the source said.

"And the bosses know viewers love a jungle romance. Jamie is a really down-to-earth, funny bloke but also doesn’t suffer fools. So they think he’s a great signing."