Jordan North has been one of the most-loved stars of I'm A Celebrity after his hilarious attempts at Bushtucker Trials.
The Radio 1 DJ will be hoping to win over the I'm A Celebrity vote and become the first king of the castle.
Here's everything you need to know about Jordan North.
Who is Jordan North?
Jordan is an English radio DJ, best known for hosting shows on BBC Radio 1.
After appearing as a freelance cover presenter in a number of BBC Radio 1 shows from 2014, he was one of a number of new voices picked to stand-in for Matt Edmondson during September 2017.
In 2018, he was announced as the new host for the Greatest Hits show on Sunday mornings.
And then in September 2020, he was announced as the new regular 11am-1pm weekend host on BBC Radio 1.
Jordan is also the main cover presenter for Scott Mills and Nick Grimshaw, occasionally known as Radio 1's "supply teacher".
Phobias? "It’s just easier to say what I am not scared of. I have so many phobias!"
Biggest misconception you want to dispel in the castle? "On my Radio 1 show, I am always bubbly and energetic but everyone has down moments too, so it will be nice for people to see what I am really like."
Role in the camp? "Entertainer and the tidy up person – I love a tidy house!"
Who will he miss most? "A nice cool pint of Guinness."
Dream campmate? "Barack Obama and Liam Gallagher. He would be great entertainment value!"
Relationship status? Single.
What has Jordan said about joining I'm A Celebrity?
Jordan is hoping he won't be the first to leave the camp, despite being scared of pretty much everything.
Speaking about his phobias, he said: “I have got so many phobias and fears. I am worried I will let people down but I also want to give the trials my best go. I hope Radio 1 listeners will get behind me.”
One thing Jordan most certainly isn't joining the ITV show for is love, with the 30-year-old adding: “I am single at the moment. But that is not the reason why I am going in! I just want to have fun and this is something that will stick with you forever. The fact I am going to be doing it doesn’t seem real.”
He will miss his Radio 1 crew, however, and thinks his pals there will be very "surprised' to hear he's signed up for I'm A Celebrity.
“I am their little brother at Radio 1,” he explained “Greg James comes for pints with me and it just never seems real! This is the job I have always wanted and I hope they do get behind me. Hopefully by going on I’m a Celebrity, it will keep me on Radio 1 for a few more years too!”
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