DJ Snoochie Shy has shared her nerves ahead of her I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! stint, explaining that she'll be revealing her birthmark on TV for the first time.
The BBC Radio 1Xtra host is set to join Richard Madeley and Frankie Bridge on the upcoming series in Gwrych Castle.
Ahead of her appearance, the 29-year-old discussed her nerves about showing her birthmark, which she admitted was an "insecurity" of hers.
Snoochie, real name Cheyenne Davide, bravely shared: "I'm a little bit nervous about it.
"People other than my family don't know I have a birthmark on the right side of my cheek and so it will be the first time I am letting people know I have one.
"It has been an insecurity of mine in the past but I am also excited to face up to it."
Snoochie's candid comments come as she joins nine other stars from screen, sport and music who will enter the Welsh camp on Sunday.
Former Newcastle and Spurs winger David Ginola wants to make things tasty when they join hosts Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly at Gwrych Castle, North Wales.
The Frenchman, 54, joked: “I will be hoping to add some garlic and rosemary to the food.
“And rice and beans is perfect as I’ve put on six kilos over the past three months and I think it will be interesting to see if I can lose it in three.”
Telly veteran Richard Madeley, 65, admitted: “I don’t like heights and what bothers me the most is the route into the castle. Maybe I will have to walk a plank.”
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At 78, Dame Arlene Phillips is the ITV show’s oldest contestant yet.
But the veteran choreographer laughed: “I’m always the oldest!”
Breakfast host Louise Minchin, 53, did not even tell co-star Dan Walker about her role. But she added: “I don’t think he will be surprised!”
Singer and Loose Women host Frankie Bridge, 32, is following in the footsteps of husband Wayne, a former contestant.
She said: “He can’t wait to watch me squirm and scream.”
Emmerdale’s Danny Miller, 30, confessed he was “s*** scared”, while Paralympian Kadeena Cox, 30, is hoping to be the first disabled winner.
Olympic diver Matty Lee, 23, said joining up was a dream come true while Producer Naughty Boy, 36, wants to show “the man behind the music”.
Two latecomers, soap actors Adam Woodyatt and Simon Gregson, will arrive next week.
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