Geordie Shore's Gaz sparks I'm A Celebrity rumours with tweet

Published Monday, Nov 23 2015, 17:31 GMT  |  By  |  Add comment
Geordie Shore's Gaz Beadle has got fans excited that he could be joining I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!

The cheeky chappy fuelled the speculation with a simple tweet reading: "Straight to the airport!!! AUSTRALIA HERE I COME."

Gary Beadle and Lillie Gregg at launch her fashion brand Lily Beau at Birminghams Malmaison Hotel
2 July

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As I'm A Celebrity is currently filming in Australia, some fans put two and two together and started to get a tad excited that Gaz could be joining former co-star Vicky Pattison in the jungle.

Plenty of fans were quick to respond asking Gaz if he was replacing Spencer Matthews on the show, after Spencer was removed just three days after arriving in Oz.

So far, there's no response from Gaz and a rep would only tell The Mirror that Gaz was going to Australia for "non Geordie Shore business" which could pretty much be ANYTHING.

He could just be appearing on the I'm A Celeb spinoff show. After all, stars like Gemma Collins and Stacey Solomon have jetted out to Oz recently to appear on that programme rather than enter the jungle.

Made In Chelsea's Spencer was removed from the jungle on Friday because of medical reasons, which later turned out to be related to steroids. Spencer admitted he'd failed to disclose to producers he'd been taking steroids.

He released a statement to the public reading: "Why did I leave I'm a Celebrity? The simple answer is that I screwed up, and have some explaining to do. Shortly after I arrived in Australia I told the production team that I was taking a steroid-based medication that had begun some weeks ago.

"When I started taking this programme of pills it was in preparation for a charity boxing match which, ironically, never took place. Vanity, I suppose, had been the reason for wanting to bulk up a bit for the fight. I had intended to come off the pills gradually, but there was no time to do this before I reached the jungle.

"My admission to the production team that I was still taking these pills led to the conclusion that it would be unsafe for me to stay in the jungle - a decision which I found extremely hard to stomach. I pushed back but ultimately the show's duty of care prevailed and bags had to be packed."