The singer, 49, famously appeared on the series in 2004, where he met Katie Price, who he went on to marry and have his two eldest children, Junior, 16, and Princess, 14, with, before their split in 2009.
Despite having a great time when he did go on the show, Peter is not keen to sign up to the upcoming All Star series.
He told The Sun: ‘No I wouldn’t but I would definitely present it… as in, I know Ant and Dec present it but you know the spin offs they do.
‘Now those I would love to do and present but no, I wouldn’t go back in the jungle.’
Peter had briefly revisited the show in 2011 after sports star Fatima Whitbread spoke about him, and went in for one day, but doesn’t want to outstay his welcome by going on it too many times.
He added: ‘I mean, how many times do you do the same thing? I wouldn’t, but it is one of the best shows on TV.
‘I think people would be like “mate get over it. You’ve been on it too many times”. I would like to present it though.’
It was revealed last month that ITV had commissioned a one-off All Star series of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here featuring a selection of the ‘most loved and favourite’ former campmates.
The spin-off will be filmed in South Africa rather than Australia, with the main series finally returning Down Under this year after two years in Wales due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic hampering travel.
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