Playboy model's love quest

The film crew in Dungay preparing for I’m A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here.
The film crew in Dungay preparing for I’m A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here. ITV Studios

SHE’S blonde, she’s gorgeous and she’s looking for love in the Tweed.

Playboy model Kayla Collins, a contestant on the Tweed-filmed UK reality show I’m A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here, says she is single and ready to fall in love under the stars.

The 23-year-old says she is up for a romance if she meets the right man.

“I think, if I had a boyfriend, it would have been a lot harder decision for me (to do this),” Ms Collins said.

“I have no boyfriend, no commitments and I am excited to get away for a bit. It’s going to be me time.”

Although she is scared of spiders and creepy crawlies, she says she is looking forward to challenges including the bushtucker trials.

“I do work out a couple of hours every day but I didn’t do anything to prepare for jungle life,” she said.

The model has already captured the attention of fellow contestant and Olympic gold medallist Linford Christie.

Should anything happen though, it would not be the first time Cupid’s arrow has struck on the television show.

Singer Peter Andre met and fell for former glamour model Katie Price, AKA Jordan, during the 2004 season of the show.

I’m A Celeb forces contestants to ditch their lifestyles of the rich and famous for time in the bush, with competitions such as the bushtucker trials, which can include munching on crocodile eyeballs.

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