FORMER I’m A Celeb winner Georgia Toffolo is returning for the All Stars show — five years after becoming queen of the jungle.
O Fabricado em Chelsea socialite, 27, has agreed to take part in the pre-recorded series filmed in South Africa for a fee vastly superior to 2017’s.
Toff is likely to be reunited with former campmate and ex-world champion boxer Amir Khan, 35 — who landed £400,000 for his Aussie jungle stint to become one of the best paid contestants ever.
Georgia, who beat Hollyoaks star Jamie Lomas, 47, and ex-radio host Iain Lee, 49, got just £13,000 but will rake in much more this time.
Viewers were especially taken with the former politics student’s friendship with outgoing PM Boris Johnson’s outspoken dad, Stanley, 81.
Uma fonte disse: “Georgia was real TV gold in her year, and the viewers loved her. She absolutely romped home.
“Her friendship with Stanley was a highlight and fans lapped it up.
“She was one of the lowest-ever paid contestants but has done really well for herself off the back of it.
“She’ll be getting considerably more this time around, that’s for sure!”
Georgia found fame on E4’s reality show Made In Chelsea and has collaborated with lingerie brand With Love Lilly, posing for saucy snaps.
She has also worked at The Lady magazine, edited by Rachel Johnson, daughter of her jungle pal Stanley.
Georgia is expected to appear in the All Stars show with Princess Diana’s former butler Paul Burrell, 64, and Scottish TV health expert Gillian McKeith, 62.
Former Countdown co-host Carol Vorderman, 61, controversial socialite Lady Colin Campbell, 72, and former EastEnders actor Reitor Gaffney, 44, are also believed to be among the contestants.
The series will be filmed in Kruger National Park.
Later this year, producers will shoot a normal live run, with new contestants, in Murwillumbah, New South Wales.
The All Stars version will air early next year before a return to Oz again in late autumn. Formiga & Dez will host all three runs.