One of the greatest stars from this year’s series of The Traitors is expected to join the cast of ITV’s I’m A Celebrity. Get me out of here!
Earlier this year, Harry Clark stunned fans by winning more than £95,000 in the second series of BBC’s The Traitors.
The army engineer, who is dating CBBC broadcaster Anna Maynard, was able to mislead and cheat his way to the top by telling his close friend in the game, Mollie Pearce, that he was Faithful, resulting in her leaving with nothing.
It has now been stated that ITV execs have been eyeing Harry, 23, for a time in the jungle after he was at the ‘centre’ of the show’s publicity.
‘The Traitors was so huge this year and since they left, the finalists’ feet have barely touched the ground,’ a source said.
‘All of them have been swamped and, as the winner, Harry has been at the centre of the whirlwind.’
They continued to The Mirror: ‘Since the win, he has been approached by casting directors from ITV who want him to appear in the jungle this year.
‘He would be a great get for them and he is seriously considering saying yes – it would be a really incredible opportunity.’
The source added that if Harry were to join I’m A Celebrity, it would be a ‘really interesting twist – and a chance for ITV to buy into the BBC show’s massive success’.
‘Plus he’ll be a pro at anything that involves duping other campmates,’ they remarked.
Following his triumph on The Traitors, Harry discussed his usage of private aircraft, as viewers remarked that he looked to be living a wealthy lifestyle even before winning the prize money.
‘I wish I had a private jet and I wish I had the money to go on a private jet, it’s a waste of money to be honest,’ said.
‘Everyone thinks I’m rich but I was very lucky to meet my other half, whose brothers have worked amazingly hard since they were 15, and I’ve somehow managed to silver-tongue my way through and weave my way into their lifestyle.’
Harry’s girlfriend, Anna, is the sister of singer Conor Maynard and YouTuber Jack Maynard.
The Traitors is available to watch on BBC iPlayer.