Gaz Beadle hopes to appear on I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 17 February 2017
Gary 'Gaz' Beadle

Gaz Beadle

'Geordie Shore' star Gary 'Gaz' Beadle has revealed he wants to appear on 'I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!'

Gary 'Gaz' Beadle wants to star on 'I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!'.

The 28-year-old reality TV star has revealed he would be interested in following in the footsteps of Vicky Pattison by appearing on the ITV programme later this year.

He shared: "I'm enjoying 'Geordie Shore'. But if the Jungle came knocking I wouldn't turn them down. If it came up I'd give it a bash.

"It's a show that is full of challenges and I love that about it."

Gaz watched his showbiz pal Adam Thomas on the programme in 2016 and he confessed to feeling anxious about the prospect of doing a Bushtucker Trial.

He told the Daily Star newspaper: "Adam did some tasks that would kill me. I saw him put a spider in his mouth. The stuff he did looked horrible."

Meanwhile, Gaz previously admitted to enduring a terrible time on a previous trip to Australia as he was "banged up in a deportation centre" for having a "battered" passport.

Speaking in 2016, he explained: "I was due to go to New Zealand last Monday, me and Marty McKenna hit the airport, but I was told I couldn't fly because I had no visa. Once the flight had taken off, they found my visa and I was told I could fly the next day.

"After a night in the Crown Melbourne (I was already in Australia), I headed back to the airport. I'd heard Marty and my manager had both been held in customs for three hours, so by no means did I think it'd be a simple walkthrough to Queenstown airport to reach my suite at the Hilton.

"So, I get to NZ, and you guessed it, after seven hours sitting there, I'm told I'm not allowed in."

However, Gaz also confessed he was partially to blame for the drama.

He said: "To be fair, they had previously told me not to come back to New Zealand with my battered passport (which I didn't get changed), so I guess me and the team are to blame there."

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