Former I'm A Celebrity winner Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo wants to return to the jungle.
The champion of the 2017 season says she'd be up for taking part in an All Star series.
The former Made In Chelsea cast member said of the possibility of a second stint down under: “Oh my goodness, I would be first [to sign up].
“I would love to do it again.”
In an interview with the Daily Express newspaper, Toff said: “I was very happy in there. I love that we would wake up, we would have a chat, just go out and win the food for your friends.”
“I just loved every minute of it,” Georgia added: “I wasn’t ready to leave.”
Toff, who told the tabloid she'd love to be a part of the show's presenting team this year, said she was glad to have taken part in the series when she did.
The reality star explained: “I’m really grateful I done it when I was 23 because now I can carry on with the life lessons that I learned, she said.
“It was a really amazing experience in regards to making sure you appreciate everything, particularly friends and family.”
The new series of I'm A Celebrity will be back on TV in the autumn.
Some of the new faces we could see in the jungle this year include ex-England footballer John Barnes, Love Island's Olivia Attwood and The Saturday's Frankie Bridge, who previously watched on as her husband Wayne took part in 2016.
Meanwhile, Ant recently confirmed he will be back to co-host this year's series alongside Dec after Holly stepped in for him in 2018.
Ant said: "I was thankful that it was her because she was looking after my mate out there and looking after the show.
"And she doesn’t need the work — she can’t get off the telly!”
I'm A Celebrity airs on ITV and typically launches in November.
Alongside the main show, Extra Camp airs on ITV2.