Joe Wicks says he’s been asked to join I’m a Celeb line-up

Joe Wicks hits head on ceiling during PE With Joe workout

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Joe Wicks, 37, has spoken exclusively to about whether I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! has ever been on the cards. The fitness guru revealed he had been asked to do the show for the last five years, but had his reasons for why he has always turned it down.

I will pass on that one!

Joe Wicks

I’m a Celeb has been very popular this year due to its return to Australia after two years due to Covid.

Featuring a star-studded lineup including Boy George, Mike Tindall, Seann Walsh and Chris Moyles to name a few.

Due to Joe’s fitness fame and popularity, he addressed taking part in the hit ITV show.

However, anyone expecting to see Joe doing eating trials will be disappointed as the fitness fanatic shut down the possibility of doing the show.

He said: “Oh god! Well yeah, every year I get asked, every year for the past five years, but the truth is, I don’t even like going away for a night away from my kids.

“I really miss them so the thought of going away for two or three weeks at a time just wouldn’t happen really. So, yeah I will pass on that one.”

Joe has three children with his model wife Rosie Jones, whom he married in June 2019.

The couple share two daughters and one son, with the most recent daughter Leni being born in September.

The fitness guru recently took to Instagram to open up about the realities of being a working dad, when a fan asked him: “How have you found the transition to three kids?”

The 37-year-old responded by sharing an adorable photo of his youngest daughter sleeping, captioning the post: “I’ve realised now that every baby is so different. You have absolutely no idea how they will be coming into the world.

“They have such different vibes, sleeping patterns, feeding patterns and emotional needs. We’ve been so lucky with Leni because she’s just a really calm and easy baby.

“She doesn’t cry much. She just seems to drink milk and spends the majority of the time smiling at us.

He continued: “We had a different experience with Marley as he was totally blind for 5 months and cried every time we put him down.

“We didn’t know he was blind at first and thought he was just unwell but he just felt scared when left alone.”

Joe recently put his fitness to rest as he completed a 30-mile walk in 11 hours for Children in Need to help raise money for grassroots projects and local charities supported by the telethon.

Sharing his fears before the walk, Joe admitted: “I’ve never walked this far. I think the longest I have walked is ten miles.

“So it’s gonna be tough but I’m going to pace myself. I’ve got two pairs of trainers, I’ve got a few pairs of trousers and tops for if I get wet, to keep myself comfortable.

“I’m sure I will get through it and I’m looking forward to it!”

Joe, however, completed the walk in his stride and helped the whopping grand total that Children in Need raised on Friday.

The BBC One show ended with the announcement that a whopping £35,273,167 was raised directly from the TV appeal, with Joe making more than £500,000 of this for his ultramarathon.

If you want to donate to Children in Need visit their website

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