SCARLETT Moffatt has signed up for a brand new Channel 4 série de realidade.
The show will see celebrities have their mettle tested by being denied light for days on end.
Scarlett, 31, along with a host of famous faces will have to survive in darkness for seven days in a specially constructed space.
Uma fonte disse ao The Sun: “TV bosses are over the moon to have signed Scarlett and think ITV’s loss is Channel 4’s gain.
“She’s hilarious, relatable and guaranteed to make great telly when she’s trapped in the pitch black with a load of other famous faces.”
Eles adicionaram: “They’re expecting her to be one of the breakout stars of the series, just like she was when she won the Jungle”.
Lenda do boxe Chris Eubank has also signed up para a série.
“Chris is always up for new challenges, so when he was approached about this new reality series, he was well up for it,” uma fonte disse ao The Sun.
“He’s a tough guy from his years in the boxing ring, but this show will test even the strongest of characters.
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“Not only is it physically tough, but living in complete darkness will be a massive mental challenge too.”
He is going to be joining another sporting legend as we previously reported that Gazza is doing it.
Paulo, who also played for Newcastle, has signed up for the new Canal 4 show in what will be the first time he’s appeared on an entertainment series in the UK since he was on The Weakest Link in 2009, back when it was still hosted by Anne Robinson.
Our insider said: “Despite the scale of the challenge, Gazza passed all his assessments with flying colours and filming on the programme will start shortly.”
Earlier this year Gazza made a cameo in a BBC documentary about his life.
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And last year he appeared on the Italian version of I’m A Celebrity, causing quite a sensation with his naked sun-bathing.
He had to quit the show after 38 days because he dislocated his shoulder during one of the food trials.
It was so severe he had to be airlifted to hospital.