Kelly Brook says she'd rather work in a pub than go on I'm A Celebrity insisting the show kills stars' careers and they only sign up to pay off tax bills

The star, 39, is convinced the ITV series – currently the biggest programme on telly with millions of viewers tuning in every night  – can be the the first nail in the coffin for celebs' careers.

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And she has suggested that some people onlu take part in the series to pay off their tax bills.

Speaking on Heart FM, Kelly – who has stripped off for her sexy 2019 calendar – said: "I can just think of a million things I'd rather do.

"I'd rather go and work in my local pub.

"I don't think I could be on the show.

"I really don't because I hate confined spaces.

"I don't want to eat eyeballs or sheep testicles and all the things they have to eat on there.

"Even if I had a huge tax bill and I had to pay it really urgently, I still wouldn't do it.

"I know that they offer them so much money, so I understand why they do it, but when you're eating stuff like that on the telly, where do you go from there?"

She added: "It's kind of like the beginning of the end in my opinion!"

Kelly's catty comments come after it was revealed Noel Edmonds was paid £2,272 an hour for his short-

lived stint on I’m A Celebrity.

The TV legend was given £600,000 to enter the jungle – the biggest fee ITV has ever paid out – but was the first to be booted out after just ten days.

His early exit means he was earned £54,545 a day and a £37 a minute, despite entering five days after his co-stars.

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