She was crowned queen of the jungle after winning I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! 2022.
And Jill Scott looked amazing when she made her first TV appearance Monday after the live finale.
The former Lioness, 35, looked far from jungle Jill as she sported a very glamorous makeover during her appearance on Good Morning Britain.
Wow! Queen of the Jungle Jill Scott looked amazing as she made her first television appearance on Monday after the live finale
Jill looked effortlessly chic as she donned a black one-shoulder sequin dress while being interviewed in a video call from Australia.
The sports star swept her brunette locks back into a high ponytail and opted for glamorous makeup.
Susanna Reid asked if Jill was planning on getting into TV presenting and if she would even consider taking over at GMB.
Jill told presenters Susanna and Ed Balls: “It took two showers and two baths just to smell half decent.”
‘I have no plans. When I retired, I really should have had a plan in place, so that’s how I landed in the jungle. But I think your work is very safe!
Makeover: The former Lioness, 35, looked far from jungle Jill as she sported a very glamorous makeover during her appearance on Good Morning Britain
Jill went on to share some of her biggest highlights from the show, “It was really tough at times, but I think that cyclone challenge was like being a young kid on a huge inflatable again!” I just think I threw myself into it all and just tried to make the most of an amazing experience.
When asked what she misses most about her fiancée Shelly or the current World Cup, Jill hilariously replied: “Don’t get me in trouble, it has to be Shelly and obviously my family and friends. , but I missed the World Cup games so much.
“Me and Owen were begging for the scores, and then the day we had a popsicle and the scores were revealed on the stick, it was one of the best days in the jungle.”
Shocked: Jill roared to victory as the former Lioness is crowned Queen of the Jungle after winning I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!
The sports star, 35, beat politician Matt Hancock, 44, and Hollyoaks actor Owen Warner, 23, in the grand final on Sunday night after surviving 23 days in the Australian camp.
After congratulating the former midfielder on her victory, Mike Tindall did the honors by placing the floral crown on Jill’s head as she sat triumphantly on the wooden throne before kissing his fiancée Shelly Unitt on the bridge.
After her coronation, after 12 million viewers cast their ballots, an emotional Jill, who broke down in tears, said, “I can’t believe it.” I can not believe it. I think I’m going to owe my grandma a lot of money for the 12 million votes! I don’t think there should be just one winner, we are all winners.
Ahead of her coronation, Jill said she was happy to be sitting with her best friend Owen after the couple hooked up during their time on the show.
Winner! The sports star, 35, beat politician Matt Hancock, 44, and Hollyoaks actor Owen Warner, 23, in the grand final on Sunday night after surviving 23 days in the Australian camp.
She said: “If Owen were to win King of the Jungle or if I were to win Queen of the Jungle, there’s no one I’d rather be sitting here with, so today is going to be a great day regardless. .”
The Lioness said being part of a team for her entire career has positioned her well for life in the jungle.
“I always say that’s why kids have to play sports, it’s not about going to the highest level or anything like that. It’s what you learn through sport, winning, losing, working hard, being a good person and you don’t know how you’re going to react to rats and heights, but having everyone playing for amazing teams tells me well equipped for the jungle,’ she explained.
She tried to be on her best behavior in the jungle, knowing her family back home would be watching, saying: ‘I was trying to tone it down at first because I was like Jill, you’re live on ITV , your grandma is watching , your nephews, your niece, but over time you just forgot you were on a TV show.
She was the only woman left at the camp for eight days, but says she didn’t need to keep Matt Hancock and Mike Tindall under control.
Made for this! The Lioness said being part of a team for her entire career has positioned her well for life in the jungle
Jill told Ant and Dec, “I never thought of it like that, I didn’t.” They were so welcoming. Obviously, I’m a bit of a tomboy when I play football. They weren’t like ‘oh, you sit down, and I’ll get the logs’, I still had to get the water, the logs, clean the dunny. No, I never felt like I never did.
She was met at Red Bridge by fiancée Shelly Unitt, who gave the champ a big hug after the engaged couple had been apart for over a month.
Jill’s win caps a momentous year for the star after playing in the Euro-winning side this summer.
The Lionesses were crowned champions of 2022 in August when they beat eight-time champions Germany to lift England’s first trophy since 1966.
Queen of the Jungle! After congratulating the former midfielder on her win, Mike Tindall did the honors by placing the floral crown on Jill’s head as she sat triumphantly on the wooden throne.