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I'm A Celeb winner Georgia Toffolo 'set for bumper pay to return for All Stars show'

Georgia Toffolo is reportedly set to return to I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here five years after winning the show.

The Made In Chelsea star, 27, was named Queen of the Jungle in 2017 and is said to have agreed to head to South Africa for the pre-recorded All Star show. It's believed the show's big bosses have offered her a much larger appearance fee to entice her back.

It's likely that the blonde beauty, who earned just £13,000 for her appearance five years ago will earn a significant amount more this time out. She's expected to be joined in the first All Stars line-up by former world champion boxer Amir Khan, who earned a reported £400,000 for his first stint in the Aussie jungle.

Iain Lee, Jamie Lomas and Georgia Toffolo in I'm A Celeb (Gourley/ITV/REX/Shutterstock)

A source told The Sun : "Georgia was real TV gold in her year, and the viewers loved her. She absolutely romped home. Her friendship with Stanley [Johnson] was a highlight and fans lapped it up.

"She was one of the lowest-ever paid contestants but has done really well for herself off the back of it. She’ll be getting considerably more this time around, that’s for sure!"

The Mirror has contacted representatives of Georgia and ITV for comment.

Georgia was a popular contestant, leading her to win the 2017 series (Gourley/ITV/REX/Shutterstock)

Other celebs thought to be returning to the show include former Countdown co-host Carol Vorderman, You Are What You Eat's Gillian McKeith, former Hear'Say singer Myleene Klass and former EastEnders star Dean Gaffney.

Happy Mondays member Shaun Ryder and socialite Lady C have also been rumoured to return. Filming for the series will take place at Kruger National Park and the show will air early in 2023 after Ant & Dec have finished hosing the usual run of the show this autumn.

She's expected to earn a lot more if she returns to the All Star show (ITV/REX/Shutterstock)

After the show was first announced a source told MailOnline: "The team behind I'm A Celebrity are making a brand new spin off of the hit series featuring the most loved, favourite campmates from previous years.

'The campmates will be doing trials and living in the camp environment, but with fresh and exciting new twists, and they will have a hand in their own destiny through a series of internal votes and challenges.

'The new edition is likely to air in 2023 but before that viewers will get to enjoy the show's much anticipated return to Australia in November.'

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