Love Island’s Liam wants to join ITV’s I’m A Celeb castle in his native North Wales

Liam Reardon has revealed he would love to join the cast of I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! as it spends a second year in his native Wales.

The hit ITV show has moved from Australia to Gwrych Castle in Abergele while travel restrictions due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic continue.

And the 22 year old has now said he would love to star on the show and take part in the gruesome bushtucker trials.

Speaking exclusively to OK! at the ITV Palooza, Liam said: "I’d love to do Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins, I'd love to do the jungle… or north Wales!

"Something like that, I love the outdoor and I love fitness."

Discussing how he and girlfriend Millie Court have adjusted to life outside the villa, Liam said: "It's been a crazy few months but we're loving the journey and the process, it's all amazing."

Millie, 24, added: "It's really nice to be adjusting to this new life together. We've both experienced this, all of this is new to us and we've got each other to go through these new and exciting things.


"Having each other to go through it is amazing."

The couple's comments come after the pair announced they had moved out of their new house due to a lack of phone signal and wifi.

She told OK!: "'Cause we have no furniture, so we moved out, but as soon as the beds come we will stay then."

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Millie explained that whilst they "could just sleep on a mattress" for the time being, but they would essentially have nothing to do and would be shut-off from the world in their new home.

She added: "There's no wifi, we can't watch TV, there's no signal in the place so it's like what are we gonna do there?"

The blonde beauty had also discussed their lack of furniture on Instagram, joking about what she and Liam would do if they had to stay in their new home as it is, Millie told us: "We're just gonna like literally sit there and talk?

"As much as I love talking to him it gets a bit much sometimes, I'd need to have TV!"

She joked: "I get more signal in Wales, genuinely, we're right in the countryside!

"There's literally only one company that provides wifi there, I'd never heard of it before either."

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