Gemma Collins is backing AJ Pritchard to take home the coveted I'm A Celebrity.. Get Me Out of Here! crown this year.
Former Strictly professional AJ has had a turbulent time in camp after spats with Shane Richie and missing out on a letter from home over the weekend.
But the former campmate GC, who starred in the usually jungle based TV seriesin 2014, has predicted AJ will be King of Gwrych Castle by Friday night.
When asked by the Mirror who she thinks will be taking the top prize, Gemma gushed she's a fan of the heartthrob.
"AJ Pritchard - he's easy on the eye," she swooned.
The dancer will be on the receiving end of some terrible news when does leave the show after it was revealed his beloved grandmother died last week but his family have opted to keep the news secret until his departure.
AJ's brother Curtis told fans about the family loss on Instagam and said he know that their Nana would be willing AJ to make it through to the end.
Gemma - who famously quit her series after just 72 hours - also revealed to the Mirror she would have been massively under-whelmed to join this year's I'm A Celeb line-up.
"I'm not sure about it not being in the jungle. I hope they are staying warm.
"For me it would have been a huge anticlimax but at least they're closer to home," she said.
Gemma famously burst into tears when she made her debut on the show in 2014 - despite predicting she could become like Bear Grylls in the outback.
The TOWIE diva did not fair much better after reaching camp as she complained about having to survive on porridge before self-diagnosing herself with malaria after multiple trips to the loo.
But YouTube star Jack Maynard holds the record for the least amount of time in camp after he left the show after just two days when derogatory tweets were unearthed.
Gemma is currently working with PlayOJO and gambling charity Breakeven to spot the signs of gambling addiction - a cause she describes as close to her heart.
The former TOWIE star unveiled faux fragance Compulsion on her Instagram, to illustrate that problem gambling is like an‘addiction with no smell’ as she showed followers how to recognise some of the early signs that someone they love.
"Now I have your attention, you should know that problem gambling is often invisible and hard to spot. I've partnered with the fair online casino @PlayOJO to raise awareness and encourage responsible gambling.
"Someone you love might be struggling with it now and we felt launching Compulsion was the perfect symbol to illustrate the hidden signs and help educate people on how to spot them," said Gemma.