I'm A Celebrity's controversial Lady C lands her own ITV reality show called Lady In The Castle

Published Friday, Apr 15 2016, 10:50 BST  |  By  |  Add comment
Get ready, folks… Lady C is returning to TV!

Yep, the most controversial I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! contestant ever has landed her very own show on ITV called The Lady In The Castle.

As the title suggests, the programme will follow Lady Colin Campbell's life in her pricey castle, Castle Goring, which she bought last year and has been renovated. She famously said she only signed up for I'm A Celeb to help fund the cost of doing up the estate.

 Lady Colin Campbell attends the Press night for 'Cirque Berserk!' at The Peacock Theatre on February 9, 2016 in London, England. (Photo by Tabatha Fireman/Getty Images)

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Lady C's sons Misha and Dima will also appear at times… and there could even be a cameo from some of the aristocrat's I'm A Celebrity co-stars, as she told The Sun she's planning a castle-warming ball.

Somehow we don't think Duncan Bannatyne and Tony Hadley will be among them…

News of her reality show isn't that surprising as back in January, the 66-year-old told The Sunday People she was in early talks about getting her own programme and fancied herself as the next Kim Kardashian West.

"I would do a reality series though like Kim Kardashian. I want to restore my house and I would do it for that," she said.

I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! Lady C and Kieron Dyer in camp.
1 December 2015.

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Lady C, pictured with Kieron Dyer in the jungle.

Lady C became the most talked-about woman in the UK in November last year thanks to her behaviour in the Aussie jungle. She also accused some campmates of bullying and alleged her medical needs had been ignored.

ITV, however, defended itself in a statement, saying: "Producers responded fully to Lady C's medical requirements by giving her the camouflaged bed, which viewers saw was placed on her bed, and by giving her a hard-backed chair to sit in that was also featured on the show.

"No one who has left the camp so far has said she was being bullied. Indeed, it was Lady C who resorted to name-calling and offensive remarks in her exchanges with Duncan and Tony. As has always been the case, what viewers see is a fair and accurate representation of what goes on in camp."

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