I’m A Celeb’s Scarlette Douglas transforms as she hits red carpet just hours after UK return

Scarlette Douglas was pictured in pink at yesterday's MOBO Awards, hosted in the OVO Arena Wembley.

Her glam red carpet appearance came a matter of hours after the 35 year old touched down on home soil, following her creepy-crawly-infested stint on ITV's I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! in Australia.

Along with co-stars including Mike Tindall, 44, Babatúndé Aléshé, 36, Seann Walsh, 36, Sue Cleaver, 59, Charlene White, 42, Owen Warner, 23, and Jill Scott, 35, Scarlette had already partied hard since her elimination from the show, but she's clearly keen to keep the good times rolling.

At the ceremony itself, the likes of Nile Rodgers, 70, Craig David, 41, PinkPantheress, 21, and the late Jamal Edwards all received top prizes.

Scarlette looked beautiful in a pink sequinned dress with pink earrings and heels. 


Scarlette recently addressed her colleague Jonnie Irwin's terminal cancer diagnosis, who was given six months to live two years ago.

"I had heard but I didn't realise it was terminal, which makes it sound imminent," she said after her exit from the jungle. "On A Place in the Sun we're always in different locations and we never really get to see each other.

"Sometimes our paths might cross but I think I probably only met Jonnie in person maybe three times, a handful of times, but it was always just brilliant.

"And I remember when I was doing my screen test for it, I'd watch a lot of his shows because he was confident with the house hunters. He was just on it. He knew everything, you know, you never question Jonnie. Jonnie was just so knowledgeable."


Scarlette, who supped on secret cups of tea in I'm A Celebrity, went on to reveal she's eager to continue learning from Jonnie, 49, and elevate her presenting skills, as she shared her support for him. 

Earlier this month, while appearing on Good Morning Britain, the TV star himself explained why he went public with his illness.

"I wanted to keep it secret because professionally I didn't want to lose work. Also, socially and emotionally, people treat you differently.

"People start making decisions for you: 'I didn't want to ask you because you know you've got cancer'. So if I withheld that information, I found I could live a normal life right up until probably a year ago," he shared.

On feeling forced to unveil the truth, Jonnie blamed some sections of the social media community.

"Certain busybodies on social media like: 'You don't look well', 'you look ill', 'you should go see the doctor'.

"I mean, I had someone come up to me after A Place In The Sun live exhibition and said: 'My wife says you're too skinny'. I was just like: 'Well you're not are you!' and he couldn't believe I was biting back but what do people expect to gain from it," he recalled.

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