‘I love to entertain!’ I’m A Celeb’s Scarlette Douglas swaps TV presenting for pop music and plans to release her first single in 2023
She appeared in the I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! jungle alongside pop icon Boy George.
And Scarlette Douglas, 35, has said she now hopes to follow in his footsteps by making the move from TV presenting to a career in music.
The Place In The Sun host revealed that she’s been writing her own songs for years and may even record a single in 2023.
Music maven: Scarlette Douglas, 35, as she she would like to make the move from TV presenting to a career in music
On the prospect of launching her music career she told The Sun: ‘I’d like to. As long as people would take me seriously, I’d make sure I made good music’.
‘I’ve come from a musical background and I’ve always sung and danced. Maybe I’ll release an EP’.
She added: ‘I love entertainment, singing and dancing. As much as I love property development, I’d love to do more entertainment shows’.
Scarlette, who finished 10th on the ITV show, has presented A Place In The Sun since 2015 as well as home makeover show Love It Or List It as well as being a guest presenter on Channel 5’s Jeremy Vine.
Change of role: She revealed that she’s been writing her own songs for years and may even record a single in 2023
The news comes after her fellow campmate Chris Moyles recently described the camp’s confusion about Olivia Attwood‘s whereabouts after she was forced to withdraw after just 24 hours due to needing A&E medical assistance due to anemia.
Speaking on his X Radio show on Friday he said: ‘Well, first of all, my first mate there was Olivia. We all felt so sorry for her because she got all the way to camp, found her hammock and went, “Right I’ll sleep in a hammock.”
‘Put a bag down, went into the Bush Telegraph, had a chat, came back. I think she stayed till the food arrived. And then she disappeared. And you go off and you have a chat in the Bush Telegraph whenever you like, which is fine.
Drama: The news comes after her fellow campmate described the star’s confusion about Olivia Attwood ‘s whereabouts after she was forced to withdraw after just 24 hours due to needing A&E medical assistance due to anemia
‘And then we’re all chatting away for a bit and then someone’s going, “Where’s Olivia?” We’re like, “Oh, maybe just she’s gone to medical or something.”
‘Because I knew they were just keeping an eye on her because we’d spent a bit of time together beforehand, and when I say a bit of time, 24 hours.
‘And then she just never reappeared and we’re like, “We guess she’s gone.” But we were like, “Well, she was in great mood. It’s not like she’s gone I can’t do this with these idiots and left.”
‘But from what I believe she’s okay. She’s all good. And we didn’t even get a chance to swap numbers with her because we didn’t have our phones.’
Oh dear: Olivia was forced to withdraw from the ITV show after just 24 hours due to needing A&E medical assistance due to anemia