Georgia ‘Toff’ Toffolo was crowned Queen of the Jungle last night after winning the latest series of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!
And according to former winner Stacey Solomon, she has one incredible ride in front of her!
Speaking about Toff’s triumph on today’s Loose Women, a thrilled Stacey said: “It’s really exciting to watch because she will have the best year of her life!
“I can’t even describe how it felt winning the jungle. It’s just so exciting to watch someone else go through that process, knowing they will literally have the ride of their lifetime.
“It doesn’t stop when you get home from Australia: the whole year is incredible.
“She’ll be offered so many opportunities, have so much fun, meet people, open doors. It changed my life completely.”
When asked if Toff should be careful not to say yes to everyone that’s thrown at her, Stacey wasn’t sure.
“I don’t know,” she said. “I am a yes girl because I never imagined in my whole life I’d get any of the opportunities I’ve had.
“I wanted to try everything as you never know when it will be over.
“I think the power of no in every aspect of life is a very important lesson to learn. She will be a great success. She’s a great person, she’s got very good attributes, and she’s very smart and very sweet.
“She was my winner.”
Stacey won I’m A Celebrity back in 2010.
Since then, the former X Factor hopeful has become a regular face on TV, best known these days for being a regular panellist on Loose Women.
Meanwhile, last year’s winner, Scarlett Moffatt, has also gone on to huge things, winning TV roles in the likes of Streetmate, I’m A Celeb’s spinoff show, Extra Camp, and Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway.
It’s been reported Toff’s in the middle of a ‘tug of war’ between two major TV channels following her jungle win.
She has one more year left on her Made In Chelsea contract with E4 but sources claim ITV are eager to work with her again, while Channel 4 are also interested in snapping her up.
However, Toff played coy on her future TV plans during a video chat with This Morning earlier today, simply saying she wants to do good in the world.
“I don’t know what the future holds but I want to use this and my influence to do good. I will do lots of research and hopefully do something great.”
Loose Women airs weekdays at 12.30pm on ITV.