John Barrowman has revealed that he is looking forward to wearing funky swimming trunks for the bathing scene on me, a celebrity forest.
And Torchwood star thinks they can push him into the same league as Myleene Klass, who became famous for wearing a white bikini in the famous TV series.
Barrowman, 51, said that he rejected my Celebrity and Celebrity Big Brother in the past but admitted he now hopes to become the king of the forest. It came because Krankies gave their panto friends to win – if the younger viewers were not offended by the humor.
Barrowman, 51, said: "I look forward to it. I have bought the most amazing rods that can be used in the bathroom.
"They are really colorful and bright and I think they are in my league friend Myleene Klass to order the shower. I have no doubt about removing it altogether. I am now 51 years old and my body has changed a little but I am still proud of who I am and what I look like.
"I look forward to losing my love grip, but I think I still look good for my age. I have never done plastic surgery. I don't have teeth or eye work. "
The Scotsman was the name of a surprise when 10 contestants were announced last week.
But Barrowman can't wait to start and is determined to be a big presence in the camp, saying he will defend others and not let bullies get their way. Her husband, Scott, and her parents are heading for Down Under to support her and she intends to be the last.
He said: "I will lie to you if I say that I do not want to win."
As he prepares to enter the camp, Barrowman also reveals he still holds out hope to adopt a child. But he said: "I can't go out and buy one at Tesco.
"This must be a partnership thing and I don't think Scott is ready for that. He must come. "
Meanwhile, Krankies – who starred in the panto with Barrowman in Manchester last year – is
support their partners for glory.
Jimmy Krankie's star, Janette Tough, 71, claims: "John has a real chance to win if the snowflakes and PC brigades leave him alone.
"People are offended by the slightest things today and even the oldest jokes are considered offensive. Folk in Manchester complained about John's double entenders at the panto. They need to lighten up.
"John said what he thought, did not hold back, called a spade shovel and was very open about everything.
"If the people in the camp and watching on TV can deal with it then he will be a winner." Ian Tough, 71, believes Barrowman will have no problem overcoming the Bushtucker Test.
He said: "He is not a polite person and if he is afraid of anything, I will be very surprised.
"His energy level is extraordinary and he will throw himself into trials. He doesn't give up easily. "
The Krankies revealed that they were asked to do me as a Celebrity in the past but refused.
Janette joked: "We have a wee house 20km from where they filmed
I am a celebrity so why do we leave our comfortable home to be rough in the woods? "