I’M A Celebrity star Owen Warner revealed his shock weight gain after just one week since leaving the jungle.
The Hollyoaks star, 23, who struggled with the meagre rations in camp, said he’s been eating non-stop since the show.
The actor revealed that he has piled on the weight by enjoying big portions of chips and hash browns behind-the-scenes of the Channel 4 soap.
Owen updated fans and said: “So when I left the jungle, I think I left at 78.5kg.
“Now we’re back for just over a week, I thought I’d buy myself some scales.
“I’ve not done this yet, I’ve not weighed myself, I thought I’d see what I’m weighing.”
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Jumping on the scales, Owen said: “Lets see what I’m saying.”
He then zoomed in on the scale reading which read 85.5kg.
A stunned Owen exclaimed: “How have I put on 7kg already?!
“I need to slow down, I’ve been eating way too much.”
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The buff Hollyoaks star was looking noticeably slimmer during his time in camp.
Fans were previously left devastated for the hunk after he missed out on a luxury treat of chocolate brownies.
He later lost out to Sue Cleaver, Matt Hancock and Jill who were picked to enjoy a BBQ on the beach – leaving viewers once again furious for Owen.
Speaking on the show, the actor admitted he was “wasting away”.
But after coming in second place to Lioness Jill Scott he’s finally been reunited with one of his greatest loves – food.
The actor, who plays Romeo Nightingale in the Channel 4 soap, shared snaps of him tucking into sandwiches, chips and cake while having a recent haircut.
It’s no surprise Owen missed food while in the jungle, given how much he’s admitted to eating each day.
During the final episode of I’m a Celeb, the actor revealed he normally eats six meals a day.
Shortly after leaving the jungle he was snapped tucking into an entire cake on the beach and looked delighted to be far away from the camp kitchen’s menu of rice and beans.
But Owen certainly won’t be going hungry again anytime soon after it was predicted he’s set to make millions following his stint in the jungle.
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A source close to Owen said: “The approaches have already started from big, household family brands.
“He takes such good care of his physical and mental health, has family values and a strong work ethic and that’s all a big plus to these sorts of companies.”