Since starting out on Geordie Shore back in 2011, the 28-year-old has bared all onscreen, but now Vicky is planning to take a step back from reality shows in an attempt to regain her privacy.
Speaking with her campmates, Vicky and the remaining celebrities revealed where they would like to be in five years time.
And dropping the bombshell that she plans to take a step back from sharing her life onscreen, Vicky said: "I would like to have stopped doing reality TV. It's not that I'm not grateful for the amazing platform it has given us, but it's quite invasive and I'd like people to know less about my life."
However, she's not planning to step out of the limelight completely, with Vicky adding she would like to be a TV presenter instead - although she ruled out doing a breakfast show as she doesn't think she'll be able to tone her swearing down.
The Geordie favourite also revealed one thing she would like to change about herself, admitting she hates her temper.
"When there is too many things going on in my life I get stressed and lose my temper," she explained. "And I have the potential to have a horrible temper, horrible."
When Tony Hadley told the starlet he hadn't seen that side to her, Vicky replied: "I have to work every day to not lose it, I hate that aspect of self, I hate that side of my personality."
Continuing to share her thoughts in the Bush Telegraph, Vicky said: "When I get out of here, I want to take some time to cement in my mind what's important and what isn't, and the things that aren't are usually the things that I stress myself over."
She survived another vote off last night as Duncan Bannatyne was the fifth celebrity to be voted out of the jungle. His exit follows Lady C's shock departure earlier this week.
The 66-year-old left I'm A Celebrity on medical grounds, but later accused Duncan and Tony of bullying her, forcing her to walk.
Reps for both Duncan and Tony have denied such claims.
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