Piers Morgan wants £5m to appear on I’m A Celebrity and eat kangaroo testicles

Piers Morgan wants £5m to appear on I’m A Celebrity and eat kangaroo testicles

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PIERS Morgan wants £5million to appear on I’m A Celebrity this year and eat kangaroo testicles.

The Good Morning Britain presenter named his price after Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly said they will do anything to make it happen.

Piers Morgan wants £5million to star in I’m a Celebrity 2019
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But they may not have been expecting such big money demands from the outspoken host, who claimed on Twitter: “£5 million & I’ll do it.”

He added: “Like I said, £5 million & I’ll come and munch kangaroo testicles. Not a penny less.”

His demands come after Dec spoke to Piers’ co-host Susanna Reid at a Royal Television Society conference.

Dec said: “There is a guy who sits in this seat next to you who has said he would do it for a certain amount.


“Piers has said he would do it for a certain amount of money, which I think we could meet, but he keeps on wriggling out of it.”

Even if ITV could match Piers’ offer, former contestant Rebekah Vardy doesn’t think he would last long.

She teased: “Stop it…. you wouldn’t last 5 minutes Morgan… I can’t imagine you eating Kangaroo balls or Sheep anus somehow.”

Piers simply replied: “I’ll do anything for £5 million.”

Series 19 of the hit show will get underway later this year.

Although no stars for the 2019 series have been confirmed yet, there are a few rumoured famous faces.

Former EastEnders star Jacqueline Jossa is said to have been in talks to sign up for the show, as well as Love Island’s Amy Hart, Corrie’s Lucy Fallon and Towie’s Olivia Attwood.

Possible male contestants include ex-England footballer Ian Wright, Strictly’s Brendan Cole and John Terry.


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