OLIVIA Attwood could head back into the I’m A Celebrity jungle – eventually – following her devastating exit on Monday.
O Ilha do amor star sensationally left the show after a brief medical emergency and wasn’t allowed back into the camp because of strict Covid rules.
Ela disse ao The Sun: “I tell you what, I reckon she will be back next year.
“She had so much airtime in the first episode, she was anticipated to be one of the best campmates.
“She was what everybody was tuning into watch, I reckon she might be upset for a bit but I don’t think it is the last opportunity she will have on I’m A Celeb. She will be back another time.
“I am sure she will be up for it. She is definitely going to bounce back – she will be queen of the jungle one day, it’s just a shame it’s not this year.”
She also revealed that she hasn’t heard from Olivia yet and suggested there is a chance she could still be in Australia – and even make a shock return this series.
“I haven’t heard from her which I thought was quite surprising as we are close,” Georgia revealed.
“But I don’t know what she is going through, she might just need a bit of time to take in what has happened.”
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Georgia suggested that a sighting of Olivia by a fan at the airport may have been a case of mistaken identity.
Ela adicionou: “Who knows if the airport picture of her returning home is real?
“It looked genuine but can you imagine if she really was just going to get her bloods checked in Australia and a few days later she goes back in as a surprise?
“I would love if that was an option It would be an absolute dream if she went back in – there is a hole in the camp without her. It’s a massive loss, not just to Olivia but to the programme.”
Staff were in ‘floods of tears’
The Sun revealed ITV bosses are pulling out all the stops to comfort Olivia – whose exit has sparked fury from fans.
Insiders say they’ll do “whatever it takes” to stop Olivia jumping ship from ITV to its rival channel BBC for future opportunities.
A source close to Olivia’s family told The Sun: “She has been given major VIP treatment from ITV including flying her home 1st class, whisking her out of London Heathrow through the private Windsor Suite to a 5 star hotel to have talks with her team.
“Staff have been in floods of tears in Oz as they were so desperate to keep her and are devastated she’s gone.
“They know she was the shining star of camp and it’s uncomfortable that fans are calling for her return.
Eu obviamente pensei sobre isso, mas eu tinha um trabalho a fazer.”
“She was their big female signing and there is a real gap in the camp now. They are in crisis talks over what to do with the camp now as it feels lacklustre.
“They have huge plans for her in 2023 and don’t want to lose her to the BBC who have swooped in with presenting opps. But bosses will do anything to stop her from taking projects elsewhere.”