E4 Made In Chelsea hunk drops huge hint hes doing Im A Celeb as he lands in Australia

E4 Made In Chelsea hunk drops huge hint hes doing Im A Celeb as he lands in Australia

Made in Chelsea's Tristan Phipps has fuelled rumours that he's set to star in the latest series of I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! after he touched down in Australia.

The 25 year old TV star has been spending time in the country's capital city of Sydney, where he's been hanging out with MIC co-star Lauren Sintes.

Tristan looks to be enjoying his time away from England, after splitting from on-off girlfriend Olivia Bentley earlier this year.

He's been showing off what he's been getting up to on his Instagram page, recently taking to his Instagram stories as he described Sydney as 'paradise'.

Speaking into the camera, a shirtless Tristan said: "Right, this is how I'd love to star every single day.

"Little run down to the beach, ideally I'd be surfing there right now, and then have a little gym session. This place is paradise," he continued.

"Listen, I've got four weeks left and I wanna make the most of it so I'd love some recommendations for some naturey things, outdoor things, adventure things to do around Sydney area. Not necessarily in Sydney, but something that is a little bit different."

He even said that he would move to Sydney in a "heartbeat" as he branded it "unbelievable", before he later went on to upload a mirror selfie in the gym, writing: "Equal parts embarrassed and not."

The timing of Tristan's trip Down Under could have some of his fans wondering if he is one of the mystery celebrities that is set to enter the Australian jungle for the latest series, which kicks off on Sunday, 19 November.

The celebrities taking part in the show stay in Australia's Gold Coast, which is just over an hour's flight from Sydney.

ITV have yet to confirm the star-studded line-up for this year's series, however, a number of high-profile names are rumoured to be entering the jungle.

They include This Morning's Josie Gibson, horse racing legend Franke Dettori, former JLS star Marvin Humes and even politician Nigel Farage.

Britney Spears' younger sister, Jamie-Lynn Spears is also reportedly set to join the line-up, with producers said to be hoping that she will spill some family secrets when she arrives in Australia for the ITV show.

In her recent memoir, Britney, 41, called Jamie Lynn a "total b***h" for not supporting her more.

An insider shared to The Mirror: "Jamie Lynn has got decades of history and bad blood with Britney to rake over and has laid out her feelings pretty clearly in her own book. It will be interesting to hear her spill the beans about her life and her family and the controversial conservatorship – and to find out whether the sisters really do get along now – or not."

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