I’m A Celebrity winner Christopher Biggins has recalled his time in the jungle ahead of the latest series debut this Sunday.
The former King of the Jungle took part in the seventh series of the ITV reality series in 2007.
Biggins, 70, was not part of the original show line-up and arrived three days into the series alongside supermodel Janice Dickinson who he has since branded a “monster”.
Speaking exclusively to Daily Star Online, Christopher said: “I arrived a few days later with Janice [Dickinson].
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“It was part of a live trial and I did it all and she didn’t do anything.
“I first thought she was a very nice person but then I realised she was a great monster."
This isn't the first time the panto favourite has hit out at his former campmate.
He previously told the Loose Women panel during an appearance on the daytime show: "I had the awful Janice Dickinson, an awful American bubba who was vile.
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"She didn't have anything."
Biggins went on to reveal that he’s still close with former campmates Cerys Matthews and Anna Ryder-Richardson but he no longer talks to Janice because she’s a “cow”.
He said: "I am still close to a few of my campmates.
"I speak to Cerys, Anna and Lynne."
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The stage star also opened up about his surprise of being crowned king of the jungle.
"Well there were several shocks during my time in the jungle.
"I thought that Marc Bannerman was going to win and he was voted out first.
"I was so upset when Katie Hopkins got voted out. I actually cried."
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The TV personality also gave an insight into what this year’s campmates will be getting up to in the days leading up to their arrival in the jungle.
Christopher said: “They will be feeling very strange and anxious at this stage."
Biggins went on to reveal that his dream contestant would be the Queen before discussing his latest project.
The actor is returning to the stage this Christmas as Widow Twankey in Aladdin at Bromely's Churhill Theatre.
"I am really looking forward to it," Biggins said.
"It's going to be great show."
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