So, Who Is I’m A Celebrity’s Jordan North?

Jordan is known as Radio 1's 'supply teacher'.

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by Bonnie McLaren |

I'm A Celebrity is almost back on our screens. But, of course, thanks to coronavirus, it's going to be slightly different this year. 2020's edition of the hit show is going to see the celebs face freezing cold temperatures in Gwrych Castle in Wales, instead of the usual soaring heat of the Australian jungle. The line-up this year is a good one too, with the likes of EastEnders Shane Richie, Olympic legend Sir Mo Farah and journalist Victoria Derbyshire. But one of the hilarious additions to camp is sure to be Radio 1 presenter Jordan North.

Jordan, 30, has been presenting on Radio 1 since 2014 - and if you listen to the station you're more than likely to have heard him covering for Scott Mills or Nick Grimshaw. In fact, he has the nickname of the station's supply teacher. Jordan, who grew up in Burnley, started working in radio when he was at the University of Sunderland - and in his last year, entered a competition and won a Sunday show on The Hits Radio. Jordan is also host of comedy podcast, Help I Sexted My Boss, along with etiquette expert William Hanson. (Quite the contrast - but it works.)

How he is going to get on with the trials? Well, we think it'll be interesting. 'I have got so many phobias and fears,' he said. 'I am worried I will let people down but I also want to give the trials my best go.' (AKA maybe best not to vote for him to do the trials, then.)

Probably the big question for many of you is whether Jordan is single - but as he keeps his personal life private, we can't tell you. Maybe we'll find out on the show...

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