The Actress says she'd 'love' to be a head captain on the ITV show
I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here finalist Emily Atack has shared her career goals.
The former Inbetweeners actress revealed being Team Captain on Celebrity Juice would be her 'dream job', just days after Fearne Cotton announced she was quitting the cheeky ITV2 series.
As she appeared on This Morning yesterday, Emily wasted no time putting herself forward for the funny game show.
Although the reality TV star denied any conversations had happened with show bosses to date, she admitted: “I would love to do it.”
“I know all the guys so well and I love Keith Lemon, he’s one of my best mates," she told This Morning hosts Eammon Holmes and Ruth Langsford.
“I love Holly too. To get that would be the dream job really.”
It comes just days after former Radio 1 DJ Fearne quit the show, following a decade working alongside host Keith Lemon, fellow captain Holly Willoughby and regular guest Gino D'Acampo.
Sharing a collage of photos from her time on the show, the former team captain wrote: "After ten years on celebrity juice I am leaving.
"I walk away with so many incredible memories and will miss everyone in front of and behind the cameras so much. So much love and luck to them all for future series x"
It's been reported that the mum-of-two - to Rex, five, and Honey, three with her husband musician Jesse Wood - has left as she wants to take her career in a different direction.
"Fearne has loved doing Celebrity Juice — it's been a big part of her life – however her career has taken a new turn in a different direction with the success of her books, such as Happy and Quiet, plus her wellbeing podcast Happy Place," a source said.
Emily recently starred alongside Holly Willoughby in I’m A Celeb’s Australia series, as the 37-year-old filled in for Ant McPartlin - who is taking a one-year break from TV.
So if the actress was to land a job on the ITV show, her and Holly could be reunited on-screen pretty soon...
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