The Apprentice hasn’t finished just yet but candidate Lottie Lion is already backing calls to get herself on I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here next year.
The ITV show, hosted by Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, will hit our screens on 17 November – and it’s clear to see that Lottie’s fans want her to go on the show.
The 19-year-old, who was in the centre of a ‘racism’ storm at the beginning of this Apprentice series, has been responding to fans on social media who are calling for her to go into the Australian jungle in 2020.
And while the librarian has been retweeting the calls to ‘get her in the jungle’, she hasn’t responded as to whether she would take part or not.
One questioned: ‘You like the idea then Lottie?’
Another tweeted: ‘Lottie needs to be in I’m A Celeb next year’
Get @LottieLion1 in the jungle! 🐵🐸🍃 #imaceleb
— L I A M S T E W A R T (@liamstewart70) November 7, 2019
Ok but @LottieLion1 needs to be on I’m a celeb next year😂
— Madison w (@maddiiwhiteley) November 10, 2019
#ImACeleb #lottielion @LottieLion1
— Lee Wesley webster (@Wesley32Lee) November 7, 2019
On last week’s The Apprentice Lottie criticised producers after they ‘cut out’ some of the comments she made in the boardroom scene.
The controversial candidate took to Twitter following Wednesday night’s episode admitting she was ‘fed up’ with the editing team.
She came under fire from Lord Sugar in the boardroom after she remarked that she was nor there ‘to get on with everyone’.
The statement Lottie made in the boardroom scene that was aired on Wednesday night was: ‘Lord Sugar, I am not naive to the fact that I don’t get on with everybody, my aim is not to get on with everybody, my aim is to make myself a success.’
However, the librarian has claimed that show bosses cut out the other half of the statement she was making at the time.
She tweeted: ‘”My aim is not to get everyone, but to win a business investment”, but I guess the editing team didn’t like the second half of my comment. I’m getting fed up with this [sic].’
The Apprentice continues Wednesday at 9pm on BBC One and I’m A Celeb airs on 17 November on ITV.
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by – metro.co.uk