Scarlett Moffatt tipped for Celebrity Big Brother 2017 after I'm A Celeb win

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Scarlett Moffatt has been tipped for a spot on the Celebrity Big Brother 2017 line up.

After three weeks in the jungle, the newly crowned I'm A Celebrity Queen could be about to cash in on more TV offers.

Bookmaker Coral has seen gambles on Scarlett signing up to the next series of Celebrity Big Brother, shortening her odds to 7-4 from 2-1.

Although it's odds-on that Scarlett lands her very own TV show after she won I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here

I'm A Celebrity 2016 final - new Queen of the Jungle Scarlett Moffatt

“Scarlett Moffatt has become the nations sweetheart after her stint in the jungle and the odds suggest we will be seeing a lot more of her in 2017,” said Coral’s Nicola McGeady.

Scarlett wouldn't be the first star from Gogglebox to appear in the house, following in the footsteps of George Gilbey who appeared in the 2014 series.

Channel 5 this week CONFIRMED that the new series will - as widely rumoured - see a mix of former Celebrity Big Brother housemates as well as new faces.

Scarlett would of course be one of the so-called 'new stars' with TOWIE's Danielle Armstrong also tipped to take part.

The reality telly star quit The Only Way Is Essex earlier this year and is now set to join the CBB line up.

If so, she'd be the seventh star from the series to appear after Gemma Collins, Mario Falcone, Lauren Goodger, Sam Faiers, Kirk Norcross and Amy Childs.

Other new stars rumoured include reality TV regular Bianca Gascoigne and snooker ace Ronnie O'Sullivan.

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Meanwhile, past 'all star' housemates who are rumoured to be returning include Jedward, Angelique 'Frenchy' Morgan, ex Strictly pro James Jordan, Katie Price, Nicola McLean, American couple Speidi - Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag - and model Jasmine Lennard, as well as most winner Stephen Bear.

> Celebrity Big Brother 2017 housemates: Line up rumours for 'All Stars' series

Celebrity Big Brother 2016 begins in January on Channel 5.

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