Rhona set for ITV deal

Chiefs impressed with jungle exploits

Rhona Cameron could land her own TV show after her exploits on I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!

She has reportedly been in talks with ITV chiefs about a possible comedy or chat show.

Cameron, 36, was initially dubbed Rhona The Moaner after initial run-ins with her fellow castaways, but soon settled in to jungle life.

A Granada insider told The Sun: "Rhona has been in for meetings this week.

"It's early days, but we would like to sign her up for more TV projects.

"We think her dry, barbed wit and tendency to speak her mind would make her a great host."

Cameron starred in her own BBC2 sitcom in 2000, but it flopped in the ratings

Published: 18 Sep 2002

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