I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! announced the line up of the show this week, revealing the next ten celebrities to go Down Under.
Included in the list was football manager Harry Redknapp, but one of his colleagues has now spoken out about the his appearance.
And it doesn’t seem as if he has much faith in his friend, as Neil “Razor” Ruddock warned Harry could “snap” on I’m A Celebrity.
He explained: “Harry gets on with everyone, but Harry can snap.”
Speaking to The Sportsman Neil continued: “Harry as a manager is your best mate and your worst enemy.
“If you do something wrong, he is on you.
“The way that people stand there and look at you, winding you up. What they do is they make you hungry and tired, and when you are hungry and tired it is when they become their most aggressive.
“You lose it and you want to argue with everyone. So I can see Harry snapping and really having a go at people, which will be hilarious for telly.”
He went on to add that Harry doesn’t have any time for “whingers”, which could cause some hostility in the show.
Neil said: “If anyone whinges, Harry just tells you to get on with it.
“Likewise if anyone lets the team down – Harry is a proper team man so you have to be a team in there.”
Neil appeared in the jungle show in 2004, alongside Peter Andre, and the show’s winner Kerry Katona.
Unfortunately for Neil he was the third contestant to be eliminated from the show.
Harry was announced to be joining the show earlier this week after much speculation.
Back in October he as grilled by the hosts of TalkSPORT Radio on whether he had signed up for the show.
To which, he replied: “I’m not allowed to say! Anything could happen between now and then. I wouldn’t like to bet one way or the other.”
Harry has been signed up to the show alongside John Barrowman, Fleur East, and Nick Knowles.
Holly Willoughby has also entered the show for the first time as a presenter replacement for Ant McPartlin.
To take on her new role she has since left her This Morning co-host Phillip Schofield with Rochelle Humes as a stand-in.
I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! launches Sunday at 9pm on ITV.