Shaun Ryder wants I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! return
- Bang Showbiz
- 1 May 2017
Shaun Ryder would love to go back into the jungle for 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!' should they ever do reunion style show with former contestants
Shaun Ryder would return to 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!' if they did an all-stars style show.
The Happy Mondays singer won the 10th series of the ITV reality show in 2010 and he would love to go back into the jungle should the offer come up.
Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz, he said: "I get offers for reality television every day. With television I am lucky enough to pick the TV that I want. Game shows or whatever. We did a reality thing not long ago when we went off to the rainforest, which gets classed as a documentary, but for me it was reality television.
"I've got no problem with it if I want to do it and I've got an album coming out that I want to promote.
"If I was asked to go back in the jungle, I'd totally go back. If they every brought that show to a close and said they wanted winners and runners up I would be there."
Shaun was asked to go in 'Celebrity Big Brother' the year his bandmate Bez won it in 2005, but he is adamant that he will never enter the famous abode himself.
He said: "Would I do 'Big Brother'? No I wouldn't personally do 'CBB' because to me it just looks like they get a load of people with mental health issues and throw a shit load of booze in a house and let them all get at it. It's not for me."
Shaun wanting to go back into 'I'm A Celeb...' is a surprise as last year he claimed the show was rigged for Stacey Solomon to win in 2010.
He said: "As far as I am concerned, the game was rigged. I really do mean that.
"It was all mapped out for [Stacey] to become a TV host, which she then decided that she didn't want to do. She decided that she wanted to do music and I am sure that if she was ever going to do music then Simon Cowell would have made sure that she did it. From day one I pretty much knew that Stacey was going to win that."