Stacey Solomon would eat pig's face on I'm A Celeb
Former 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! winner Stacey Solomon insists she would rather eat this year's new Bushtucker trial menu item pig's face than kangaroo's penis.
Stacey Solomon would eat a pig's face if she was on this year's series of 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!'.
The 25-year-old star went Down Under in 2010 and was crowned 'Queen of the Jungle' by the British public and had to dine on a buffet of disgusting delicacies in the Rank Banquet Bushtucker Trial.
When told some of this year's unlucky campmates will have to take a bite out of new menu item pig's face during the food challenges, Stacey insists she'd rather tackle the puke-inducing pork than something like kangaroo's penis.
Speaking to BANG Showbiz, she said: "Of course I'll be watching when it starts, it's my favourite. I tell you, pig's face is better than kangaroo's willy. We had kangaroo's anus as well. I'd rather eat the face though, I'd rather have the front end than the bottom end!
Stacey has heard rumours Gemma Collins is going into the jungle and she is tipping 'The Only Way Is Essex' star to be a potential winner if she does appear on the programme.
The singer - who first shot to fame on 'The X Factor' - said: "Gemma will do fine if she goes in. She's a strong woman, she knows what she's doing and she knows what she wants, she can get through that. "If she gets past the trials and really goes for it I think she can make it to the end."
Stacey attended the launch of Disney Store's Share the Magic Christmas charity campaign at its flagship shop on London's Oxford Street on Tuesday night (04.11.14).
She was joined by a host of other celebrities, including Kate Garraway, Michelle Heaton, Tina Hobley and Claire Sweeney, who got to meet special guests Mickey and Minnie.
The Share in The Magic charity campaign - which is in support of Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity - is a UK initiative that invites families to post their own own Letter to Santa at Disney Stores across the country and online at disneystore.co.uk, for every letter sent Disney Store will donate soft toys to children.