Louis Walsh thinks he'd get voted for trials on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!
Louis Walsh has admitted he's somewhat relieved he hasn't joined 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!' this year because he thinks he would have been voted to do the trials
Louis Walsh believes the public would vote him to do all the nasty trials if he joined 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!'
The 63-year-old music manager was being lined up to take part in the current series of the ITV show but it fell through at the last minute and he's somewhat pleased because he's convinced he would have been targeted by the viewers.
Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz, he said: "I couldn't eat the creepy crawlies. I think they give you rice, they'd have to give me something. I'm sure I'd be nominated for the trials, so I'd have to do them.
"Making a tw*t out f yourself for the votes and stuff, it's horrible, I hate all that stuff. I don't like heights, I don't like spiders, I don't like creepy crawlies. And I hate snakes."
However, the thought of sharing his bed with some of world's most deadliest animals hasn't put him off considering joining next year's line-up.
He explained: "I'll keep the door open for next year. I told the producers I might do it next year. I've never been to Australia."
Meanwhile, Louis recently revealed he was all-set to be dumped in the Australian jungle this time around until his former 'X Factor' judge Simon Cowell told him not to go through with it.
He said: "I was nearly going to do it at one stage and Simon Cowell advised me not to do it ... I think he thought it would affect my credibility as a manager because I don't want to be a celebrity."
And, although he's not fighting to become King of the Jungle at the moment, he's been glued to the TV screen every night watching his fellow celebrities battle it out.
He said: "I love watching TV late at night to unwind. I love my Sony BRAVIA, because I can watch at any time with catch up now on its YouView service."
Louis Walsh launches Sony BRAVIA with built-in YouView which allows consumers more access to on-demand content than ever before.