Watch the trailer for I’m a Celebrity South Africa

The series saw Jack, rugby player Lawrence Dallagio and Love Island presenter Maya Jama take on different cultures and skills of Italy.

Throughout Jack’s career, he has taken part in many TV series as an actor portraying a character.

However, he has never taken part in a reality series where he shows off his comedic skills and personality.

Speaking to and other press, Jack opened up on why he hasn’t taken part in any reality shows, touching on one he may be good at.

When asked if his culinary skills would be useful for a stint on Masterchef, he admitted: “I don’t want to call out my mum.

“But she is desperate to do celebrity MasterChef. I think she got a hold of the booker’s number as well and has been bombarding him with loads of messages every time it comes around that time of year. I think the word thirsty is what I would say.”

Jack admitted that he has never taken part in shows such as Strictly Come Dancing or Dancing on Ice, he said he would “struggle”.

“All of the dancing ones I would be terrible at. I mean, The Masked Singer, every year the characters, they [fans] think it’s me and I wouldn’t go near it with a barge pole because my singing voice is awful.”

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Thinking about a potential show that he could take part in, and now that he has upped his culinary skills Jack admitted he would “do well” if he got the chance to go on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!

He laughed and tentatively suggested: “Maybe the jungle? I could do well. This is my kind of reality show.”

On Monday, April 24, Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly return for a spin-off series, I’m A Celebrity… South Africa.

The new format sees past contestants return to the jungle to face bigger fears than before in order to be crowned the I’m A Celebrity Legend.

Kicking off the series are Carol Vorderman, Amir Khan, Fatima Whitbread, Jordan Banjo, Helen Flanagan, Shaun Ryder, Janice Dickinson, Paul Burrell and Phil Tufnell.

The series was filmed last year meaning there will be no public vote and the contestants are competing against one another.

In another shake-up, six additional campmates will be joining the All Stars series, including King and Queen of the Jungle, Joe Swash and Georgia Toffolo.

Myleene Klass, Dean Gaffney, Andy Whyment and Gillian McKeith will also be returning for a second time.

I’m A Celebrity… South Africa begins Monday, April 24 from 9pm on ITV.

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