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I’m A Celebrity winner Scarlett Moffatt to co-host ITV2 spin off

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Current Queen of the Jungle Scarlett Moffatt has declared she’s landed her ‘dream’ gig as she’s been revealed as one of the presenters on I’m A Celebrity… Extra Camp

Current Queen of the Jungle Scarlett Moffatt has declared she’s landed her ‘dream’ gig as she’s been revealed as one of the presenters on I’m A Celebrity… Extra Camp.

Joining Scarlett - who teamed up with Ant & Dec on Saturday Night Takeaway earlier this year - as presenters on the I’m A Celebrity spin off, which will go out every night on ITV2 this autumn, will be comedian Joel Dommett and 2008 King of the Jungle Joe Swash.

Scarlett Moffatt said “After last years Jungle experience which was a dream come true, I can't believe I'm so lucky to have the dream continue by being part of this amazing show and joining the ITV2 Extra Camp team, it's going to be so much fun."

The jungle trio will get “all the latest behind the scenes gossip” plus “unseen clips” from the Ant and Dec presented main show.

Joe Swash added “I’m A Celebrity is always one of my favourite times of the year, I can't wait to find out who is going in this year.  I'm really looking forward to working with the new ITV2 Extra Camp team.”

It’s also promised that the hosts will be joined in Australia by variety celebrity guests.

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! and I’m A Celebrity… Extra Camp will both return this autumn.

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