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Entertainment I'm A Celeb's Nadine Coyle is terrified of a KOALA as hilarious video of Girls Aloud at Australia Zoo surfaces ahead of her stint in the jungle

05:10  13 november  2019
05:10  13 november  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Terrified : Appearing in the band' s 2004 documentary Off The Record, the singer, 34, jumped a foot in the air when a koala stared at her at Australia Zoo . How is my daughter?" The Girls Aloud singer is hoping the Australian jungle -based show will push her 'so far' out of her 'comfort zone', and she is

In a new video filmed ahead of the show, the 70-year-old said: 'The only reason I ' m doing it is to lose a few pounds. I gotta fit into that outfit when I come back.' I ' m A Celeb ' s Nadine Coyle is terrified of a KOALA as hilarious video of Girls Aloud at Australia Zoo surfaces ahead of her stint in the

a woman posing for a picture: Scared: It looks like it will take Nadine Coyle a while to acclimatise to the creepy-crawlies and wildlife in the I'm A Celeb jungle judging by a throwback video from her Girls Aloud days© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Scared: It looks like it will take Nadine Coyle a while to acclimatise to the creepy-crawlies and wildlife in the I'm A Celeb jungle judging by a throwback video from her Girls Aloud days

She will live in Australia's treacherous outback on this year's I'm A Celebrity.

And it looks like it will take Nadine Coyle a while to acclimatise to the creepy-crawlies, wildlife and camping conditions judging by a throwback video from her Girls Aloud days.

Nadine Coyle standing next to a tree: Adventure: Nadine joins this year's celebrities who will head into the Australian jungle© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Adventure: Nadine joins this year's celebrities who will head into the Australian jungle Appearing in the band's 2004 documentary Off The Record, the singer, 34, jumped a foot in the air when a koala stared at her at Australia Zoo.

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I ' m A Celeb ' s Nadine Coyle is terrified of a KOALA as hilarious video of Girls Aloud at Australia Zoo surfaces ahead of her stint in the jungle . Nicole Scherzinger commands attention in boho floral skirt and wide-brimmed hat as she joins glamorous Lauren Silverman for girls ' night out.

I ' m A Celeb ' s Nadine Coyle is terrified of a KOALA as hilarious video of Girls Aloud at Australia Zoo surfaces ahead of her stint in the jungle . Ant McPartlin and girlfriend Anne-Marie Corbett enjoy a double date with Declan Donnelly and wife Ali Astall in Australia ahead of I ' m A Celeb .

She told the camera: 'I just dislike animals in cages. I'm really anti-animal. I just think they're so unpredictable.'

While Cheryl stroked a kangaroo, Nadine gasped: 'Look at her. She is off her head'.

a group of people posing for a photo: Down under: Nadine joins Roman Kemp,  Andrew Maxwell, Ian Wright, Caitlyn Jenner, Jacqueline Jossa,  Myles Stephenson, Adele Roberts, Kate Garraway and James Haskell (L-R)© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Down under: Nadine joins Roman Kemp,  Andrew Maxwell, Ian Wright, Caitlyn Jenner, Jacqueline Jossa,  Myles Stephenson, Adele Roberts, Kate Garraway and James Haskell (L-R)

And when the singer came face-to-face with a koala, the Irish beauty swore loudly: 'F*****g hell. Jesus, I was far too close for that.'

Nadine touched down in Oz on Monday ahead of I'm A Celebrity's Sunday start date.

a couple of people posing for the camera: Terrified: Appearing in the band's 2004 documentary Off The Record, the singer, 34, jumped a foot in the air when a koala stared at her at Australia Zoo© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Terrified: Appearing in the band's 2004 documentary Off The Record, the singer, 34, jumped a foot in the air when a koala stared at her at Australia Zoo And the See The Day hitmaker isn't looking forward to spending time apart from her five-year-old daughter Anaiya, and if she doesn't get voted out of the ITV talent show first then it'll be the longest time she has ever been away from the little one.

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I ' m A Celeb ' s Nadine Coyle is terrified of a KOALA as hilarious video of Girls Aloud at Australia Zoo surfaces ahead of her stint in the jungle . Ant McPartlin and girlfriend Anne-Marie Corbett enjoy a double date with Declan Donnelly and wife Ali Astall in Australia ahead of I ' m A Celeb .

I ' m A Celeb ' s Nadine Coyle is terrified of a KOALA as hilarious video of Girls Aloud at Australia Zoo surfaces ahead of her stint in the jungle . Millie Bobby Brown, 15, dons floral dress to attend Stranger Things screening in New York City while co-star Natalia Dyer, 22, rocks a preppy look.

Nadine said: 'I have been away for 10 days for work before but not longer.

a group of people looking at a phone: Jumpy: She told the camera: 'I just dislike animals in cages. I'm really anti-animal. I just think they're so unpredictable'© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Jumpy: She told the camera: 'I just dislike animals in cages. I'm really anti-animal. I just think they're so unpredictable'

'I am dreading being away from everybody and not being able to phone and say, "How are you doing? How is my daughter?"

The Girls Aloud singer is hoping the Australian jungle-based show will push her 'so far' out of her 'comfort zone', and she is hoping to learn a lot about herself during the experience.

She added: 'I really hope that by doing this, it pushes me so far out of the comfort zone and that I learn to be comfortable, feel relaxed and do the things that I didn't use to be afraid of.

a group of people posing for the camera: Girl power: Nadine rose to fame as part of Girls Aloud (L-R Kimberly Walsh, Chery Cole, Nicola Roberts, Sarah Harding and Nadine)© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Girl power: Nadine rose to fame as part of Girls Aloud (L-R Kimberly Walsh, Chery Cole, Nicola Roberts, Sarah Harding and Nadine)

'I've never boiled water on a fire, chopped firewood, slept outside - I do hope I learn stuff about me and it's the next phase.'

Nadine will be living in the jungle alongside former footballer Ian Wright, Rak-Su singer Myles Stephenson, Radio 1 DJ Adele Roberts, comedian Andrew Maxwell, ex-EastEnders' actress Jacqueline Jossa, Capital Radio DJ Roman Kemp, Olympian and TV personality Caitlyn Jenner, former England rugby player James Haskell, and TV presenter Kate Garraway.


Bear the koala-detecting dog saves lives, melts hearts .
Bear the koala-detecting dog has been searching for koalas across bushfire-ravaged Queensland and NSW, while capturing the hearts of the nation in his little protective red socks. University of the Sunshine Coast Research Fellow Dr Romane Cristescu told Sky News that, usually, Bear helps researchers find koalas for research purposes. In the last week, Bear donned his little red socks for the ultimate 'good boy' purpose - to find koalas in bushland ruined by fires. Dr Cristescu said the marsupial-saving pooch was easy to train to locate koalas as he is highly motivated by play.

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