She’s the Geordie Shore star who won the UK version of I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! in 2015.
And although she’s chalked up a number of media appearances worldwide, Vicky Pattinson admits she has ‘no talent.’
The 30-year-old told OK! Magazine, ‘Let’s be real. I’m a reality TV star. I don’t have talent. This is where I will peak in life’.
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‘I’m a reality TV star. I don’t have talent’: I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! Australia intruder Vicky Pattison admits she has no acting skills and incidentally ‘peaked’ in life
Furthermore, she claims she won’t be of any use to her campmates in the I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! Australia makeshift kitchen.
‘I can’t cook, so I won’t be bringing that in either. I can’t make something exciting out of a possum’s arsehole. I just can’t,’ Vicky said.
Elsewhere in the interview, the reality TV babe revealed that during her 2015 appearance on the UK version of IAC she was the only campmate to put on weight.
‘I gained weight when I was in the jungle last time…I’m the only person in the history of the show to put weight on. I absolutely cannot have that happen again,’ she explained.
‘I can’t cook, so I won’t be bringing that in either. I can’t make something exciting out of a possum’s arsehole. I just can’t’: Furthermore, she claims she won’t be of any use to her campmates in the I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! Australia makeshift kitchen
Vicky has already hit a few emotional roadblocks on the Australian version of the reality show, as just a few days ago, she broke down in tears as she spoke out about her father’s battle with alcoholism.
Vicky was speaking to Aussie comedian Fiona O’Loughlin, who revealed to the Brit that she is a recovering alcoholic.
Vicky got emotional as she revealed her own family ties to the disease: ‘You hear such horror stories about alcoholism and I see it with my own eyes,’ she sobbed.
‘You wonder, “Is this person ever going to get any better?” and, “Am I going to end up the same?” or, “Is my dad ever going to turn his life around and be the bloke I used to know he was?”‘
Teary: Vicky has already hit a few emotional roadblocks on the Australian version of the reality show, as just a few days ago, she broke down in tears as she spoke out about her father’s battle with alcoholism
Vicky went on to admit to Fiona that ‘it’s me mam I feel sorry for. And him. I want him to have a better life.’
‘It feels so good to know there’s another side of it possibly for my dad.
‘You ask yourself why. As a kid I asked myself, “Was I a bad kid, did I drive him to it, why doesn’t he love me enough to stop?”‘
Vicky has previously been candid about her desire to curb her own drinking, after shooting to fame on the notoriously wild reality show Geordie Shore.
The star sought help from therapists Nik and Eva Speakman after revealing she was tired of her partying ways, and her inability to just have ‘few social drinks’ on a night out and instead go for complete blow-outs.
Appearing with the Speakmans on Loose Women, an emotional Vicky explained: ‘I sort of want the next phase of my life to be unhindered by sort of I suppose the fact that I don’t feel as though I can go out and just have a couple of drinks, I feel like I have to go out and have a massive night.’
‘I have to be the life and soul of the party, the centre of attention. I have to be drunk. I can’t just have a couple of sociable ones and it hurts.’
The reality star-turned-presenter added: ‘It kills us that I can’t just be normal in that respect.’
Nik and Eva explained how they helped Vicky to see her favourite drink of gin and tonic differently.
The star has carved out a fresh career as a presenter and I’m A Celeb veteran, having been crowned the Queen of the Jungle on the UK’s 2015 series.
She flew to South Africa this month to compete on Aussie version alongside fellow Brit, former Royal butler Paul Burrell.