Martin Roberts talks difficult Im A Celebrity experience ahead of 2021 final

I'm A Celebrity star Martin Robert has revealed the most difficult part of taking part in the gruelling ITV reality show.

The 58-year-old property guru took part in the sixteenth season in Australia back in 2016.

He entered the jungle as a late arrival on day five and ended up finishing in sixth place.

Opening up about his time in camp, Martin told Daily Star: "It was phenomenal. I look back at it as one of the best things I've ever done.

"For me, it was about the journey I went on and I feel very privileged to be part of it.

"A very small number of people have done it and I'm one of them.

"It had its high points and low points but overall amazing experience."

"People still come up to me saying they enjoyed watching the silly antics I got up too in the jungle."

The BBC Homes Under The Hammer presenter went on to reveal the most difficult part of the process.

"Missing the family is something you have to try and put at the back of your mind because you end up spending the day being very melancholy," Martin explained.

He continued: "You're there to enjoy it and focus on that experience.

"When you get the letter from home that takes everyone to a difficult and emotional place.

"You have by that point been away from your friends and family for weeks so its a real tear-jerker."

Fans are about to see a lot more of Martin over the next few days as he's about to bare all for ITV's Strictly the Real Full Monty on Monday and Tuesday night.

Ashley Banjo is back with a bang to lead a brand-new line-up of brave celebrities ready to take the strip to a whole new level.

The celebrity stripping show has aired regularly over the years, aiming to raise awareness of life-saving cancer checks.

Martin said: "When I heard about the reasons for the show you understand the getting the kit off bit is just a small part of it.

"The main thing is to get the message over that you've got to got to go to the doctors sooner rather than later.

"There's not much TV you do that can potentially save somebody's life but the hope is more viewers will go for a check-up."

I'm A Celebrity 2021 final airs tonight on ITV and ITV Hub at 9pm

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