I’M A Celebrity star Danielle Harold has dropped a huge love bombshell ahead of her jungle sojourn.
The actress, best known for her role as Lola Pearce in EastEnders, is one of twelve famous faces taking part in this year’s series of the ITV show.
The soap star is excited for viewers to get to know her real self – and she’s not interested in finding a man.
Danielle said: “It will definitely be nice to be myself and be fair
“The roles I have played involved heavy stuff and much more
Just be me is exciting.
“I’m single and no, I’m not looking for love!”
This comes after the star sparked romance rumors with former co-star Jamie Borthwick when the pair went out for a “date night”.
The pair sparked romance rumors again earlier this year after they were seen spending lots of time together during Danielle’s final months on EastEnders.
Danielle addressed the rumors, telling Fabulous magazine: “I always say that Jamie is the husband I never wanted or asked for, but got anyway.”
“Seriously, there is no one like that right now. But I’ve been so busy it’s probably for the best.”
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Danielle was involved in a very intense storyline on EastEnders last year, reenacting the death of her character Lola.
The star believes going into the jungle will be “so much harder” than anything she has done as an actress.
Danielle added: “It’s been a crazy, crazy year and so why not take it up a notch?
with the craziest thing ever by doing that?!
“It’s definitely a shock to the system and I’m both excited.”
“This is so much harder than anything or any role I’ve ever played before because everything is so new.”
“It will be interesting to see how I deal with my fears.”
The star has one fear she’s not looking forward to – rats.
She continued: “I particularly dislike rats. I saw rats outside.”
in London and I hate them.
“It’s the thought of her teeth. People say they won’t hurt me, but I’m like, ‘Have you been to the dentist yet?!’ I’m so afraid of it
“I’m not sure how I’ll fare with spiders or heights yet, though. I feel fine when I get on a plane, but I’ve never walked on anything without something underneath!”