Frankie Bridge is being inundated with job offers as she remains in the I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here castle, according to reports.
Frankie, who is currently one of the favourites to win the ITV show, has reportedly received several lucrative offers via her agents.
The 32 year old Saturdays singer, who is married to former Manchester City football player Wayne Bridge, 41, will have her choice of jobs when she leaves the Welsh castle.
Among the offers is said to be a TV presenting job, as well as potential work with major high street fashion brands.
A source told The Sun: “Frankie has been the most searched-for contestant on Google by a country mile on this year’s show.
“Not only does she look brilliant, but viewers have got to see her cheeky, fun-loving personality shine through. She’s also got guts – and isn’t afraid to say it how it is.
They continued: “She’s been offered a solo presenting gig for a couple of major channels, and has had loads of interest from high end fashion brands.”
Frankie has been a hit with viewers and taken part in a number of Trials, including the Grim Grinder challenge.
The gruesome trial saw and Frankie swallowing down drinks with horrible ingredients including deer testicles.
However, the Saturdays singer triumphed as as she brought back seven out of a potential nine meals to feed her campmates.
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The popstar’s second Bushtucker Trial saw her answering a series of general knowledge questions while being spun upside down in a cage and covered in rotten food including bad eggs, offal and curry.
However the show’s viewers took to social media to claim hosts Ant and Dec offered Frankie too much help.
One fan commented: “#frankie had it so easy – @antanddec were basically giving her the answers.”
Another added: “That trial was pointless! Ant & Dec asked that woman Frankie the questions and then gave her the answers! Stupid!”
Before she headed into the castle in North Wales mum of two Frankie talked about the pressure of being a potential favourite to win.
“I don’t really like that,” she admitted. “It adds a bit of pressure but it doesn’t really mean anything.
“People go in that you might not know, and that’s the whole point of the show – you get to know people in weird situations. You don’t know how people are gonna feel about you.
“I feel more pressure from friends and family. Plus, I was favourite for Strictly and I certainly didn’t win that!”
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