I’m A Celeb champ Jill Scott reveals glam transformation in off-shoulder dress after 4 washes to get rid of jungle smell
28.11.2022 - 13:15
QUEEN of the jungle Jill Scott made a glamorous transformation after roaring to victory on I'm A Celebrity last night. She swapped her jungle uniform of red shorts and a khaki shirt for an off-the-shoulder dress as she appeared on Good Morning Britain.
The former England footballer, 35, beat Owen Warner and Matt Hancock who came second and third respectively and spoke to GMB about her incredible I'm A Celeb win. Jill was barely recognisable wearing the black frock, gold hoop earrings and lashings of lip gloss and mascara.
Host Susanna Reid said: "Jill you're looking very different right now than you did when you were in the jungle. "Have you got plans now to go into television presenting? Do you want to do a stint on Good Morning Britain, I can't deny you're looking very glam I'm feeling a little bit at risk here." READ MORE ON I'M A CELEBSTARS ALIGN I'm A Celeb cast reunite at luxury hotel as they perform camp ritualGOD SAVE THE KINGS & QUEENS Every I'm A Celeb winner from Jacquline Jossa to Harry Redknapp Jill replied: "Well this has taken two showers and two baths just to smell half decent.
"I haven't got any plans. Once I retired I should have really had a plan in place, that's how I landed in the jungle so to speak.
"But yeah I actually don't know what I'm going to do next. But I just feel like if you keep give everything every single day, keep trying to be a good person, then we'll see what happens." Jill also shared some of her biggest highlights from being on the show, adding: "It really was tough at times, but I think that cyclone challenge, it was like being a young kid again on a massive inflatable! Most read in I’m A CelebrityJUNGLE WINNER I'm A Celebrity fans go wild as jungle winner is crowned in live
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