Katie Price ‘SNUBBED from I’m A Celebrity’s All-Stars special as she’s not suitable for family show’

Katie Price has reportedly been snubbed from appearing in the upcoming I’m A Celebrity All-Stars edition.

The former glamor model, 43, is said to have been deemed ‘not suitable for the family show’ amid her recent brushes with the law, with a source telling The Sun: ‘She is too much of a liability.’

It comes after Katie – who has appeared on the show in both 2004 and 2009 – previously expressed her interest in taking part as she ‘Yes, get me in!’ on her Instagram stories after learning of the new show.

Unfortunate: Katie Price has reportedly been snubbed from appearing in the upcoming I'm A Celebrity All-Stars edition

Unfortunate: Katie Price has reportedly been snubbed from appearing in the upcoming I’m A Celebrity All-Stars edition

The publication reports that while there’s little doubt that Katie would make ‘great TV’, her recent court cases and convictions mean bosses are reluctant to endorse her as the show has a younger audience.

A source said: ‘There is no doubt that Katie makes great TV and was one of the standouts on I’m A Celeb over the years, but she is too much of a liability for the show to cast her in the All-Stars version .

‘Given her pending court case, as well as her existing convictions, the series can’t be seen to endorse her by inviting her back into the jungle.’

The insider noted that I’m A Celebrity has a ‘board audience’ with lots of ‘younger viewers’ tuning in, and at this point in time, Katie is not a ‘suitable contestant’ for the family show.

Rejected: The former glamor model, 43, is said to have been deemed 'not suitable for the family show' amid her recent brushes with the law, with a source telling The Sun: 'She is too much of a liability' (pictured during her 2009 appearance)

Rejected: The former glamor model, 43, is said to have been deemed ‘not suitable for the family show’ amid her recent brushes with the law, with a source telling The Sun: ‘She is too much of a liability’ (pictured during her 2009 appearance)

They added: ‘Of course this may change in the future when there has been some distance from all the legal dramas, but as it stands currently, ITV don’t think it would be appropriate – even though they know it would deliver gold ratings. ‘

An ITV spokesperson also told the publication: ‘At this point, all casting suggestions are purely speculation.’

MailOnline have contacted representatives of Katie for comment.

Katie had made no secret of her desire to head back to the jungle for a third stint.

Keen: It comes after Katie - who has appeared on the show in both 2004 and 2009 - previously expressed her interest in taking part as she 'Yes, get me in!'  on her Instagram stories

Keen: It comes after Katie – who has appeared on the show in both 2004 and 2009 – previously expressed her interest in taking part as she ‘Yes, get me in!’ on her Instagram stories

The former model took to her Instagram Stories on last month to declare: ‘Yes, get me in!’, After learning the new show.

Reality star Katie appeared on the main I’m A Celeb series in 2004 and again in 2009, and she’d love to be one of the show legends invited to take part in the brand new extra program, with a source saying Katie is’ desperate to go back ‘.

The insider told The Sun at the time: ‘As soon as she knew it was happening Katie was straight on the phone to ITV.

Risky: The publication reports that while there's little doubt that Katie would make 'great TV', her recent court cases and convictions mean bosses are reluctant to endorse her as the show has a younger audience

Risky: The publication reports that while there’s little doubt that Katie would make ‘great TV’, her recent court cases and convictions mean bosses are reluctant to endorse her as the show has a younger audience

Not keen: 'Given her pending court case, as well as her existing convictions, the series can't be seen to endorse her by inviting her back into the jungle (pictured during original appearance in 2004)

Not keen: ‘Given her pending court case, as well as her existing convictions, the series can’t be seen to endorse her by inviting her back into the jungle (pictured during original appearance in 2004)

‘She loved being on the show and now it’s pre-recorded she won’t get voted to do all the trials like her second stint on the show.

“She thinks of her first appearance in the jungle as one of the happiest times of her life – she met Pete, the public loved her and everyone could see” the real her “.

‘She’s desperate to go back on the show. The only question is if she can do the tasks with her broken feet. ‘

Katie previously revealed she would need ongoing surgery on her feet after smashing her ankles during a trip to the Land of Legends theme park in Turkey when she fell off a wall during a 2020 holiday.

Star power: Katie is said to have put in a call to ITV bosses to let them know she'd like to appear again after taking part in the 2004 and 2009 series

Star power: Katie is said to have put in a call to ITV bosses to let them know she’d like to appear again after taking part in the 2004 and 2009 series

Meanwhile, Stacey Solomon is reportedly in talks to take part in the all-stars spin-off of I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here! next year.

The Loose Woman, 32, won the tenth series of the main show in 2010, and it claimed she could be one of the campmates the new show which is set to be filmed in South Africa.

It is also claimed show bosses are keen to get former Keeping Up With the Kardashians star Caitlyn Jenner to appear after she finished in sixth place in the 2019 series.

Meanwhile, Gillian McKeith is allegedly in ‘advanced talks’ to return to the series next year … despite claiming that she suffers from PTSD following her 2010 stint.

The TV personality, 62, is expected to sign on the dotted line in just a matter of days and producers are keen to get her involved, according to a new report.

Show stars: Stacey Solomon is reportedly in talks to take part in the all-stars spin-off of I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out of Here!  while bosses are allegedly keen for Caitlyn Jenner to appear

Bosses are allegedly keen for Caitlyn Jenner to appear

Show stars: Stacey Solomon is reportedly in talks to take part in the all-stars spin-off of I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here! while bosses are allegedly keen for Caitlyn Jenner to appear

'It'll be telly gold!'  Gillian McKeith is allegedly in 'advanced talks' to return to I'm A Celebrity's All Stars series next year ... despite claiming that she suffers from PTSD following her 2010 stint

‘It’ll be telly gold!’ Gillian McKeith is allegedly in ‘advanced talks’ to return to I’m A Celebrity’s All Stars series next year … despite claiming that she suffers from PTSD following her 2010 stint

A source told The Sun: ‘Gillian’s performance in 2010 was nothing short of legendary.

‘She was high on the hit list when producers decided they were going to do the Best Of series next year.

‘Talks are still ongoing and advanced, but everyone is confident she will put pen to paper and head to South Africa for filming in the next few months. It’ll be telly gold. ‘

The nutritionist memorably fainted after being told by hosts Ant and Dec that the unforgiving public had voted for her to take part in her seventh bushtucker trial.

Hilarious: The TV personality, 62, is expected to sign on the dotted line in just a matter of days and producers are keen to get her involved, according to a new report (pictured in 2010)

Hilarious: The TV personality, 62, is expected to sign on the dotted line in just a matter of days and producers are keen to get her involved, according to a new report (pictured in 2010)

The new spin-off of I’m A Celebrity is due to run in addition to the annual series and is likely to be screened next year.

A brand new all stars version of I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here! is set to be filmed in South Africa.

The new stand alone show will run in addition to the usual annual ITV program – which is set to return to the Australian jungle this year after two years in Wales – and is likely to air next summer.

Channel bosses have signed up Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, both 46, to host the show and legendary contestants from the past will compete, taking part in trials while living in camp.

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, favorite campmates from previous years.

Extra jungle fun: A brand new all stars version of I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out of Here!  is set to be filmed in South Africa (Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly pictured)

Extra jungle fun: A brand new all stars version of I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here! is set to be filmed in South Africa (Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly pictured)

‘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.’

The spin-off won’t have any sort of public vote as in other series.

A source told MailOnline: ‘The show is still very much based in the world of I’m A Celebrity – the camp mates will be doing trials and living in the camp environment, but with fresh and exciting new twists on the format.

‘The camp mates will have a hand in their own destiny through a series of internal votes and challenges.’

Down Under: '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' (pictured the 2019 cast)

Down Under: ‘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’ (pictured the 2019 cast)

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