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Olivia Attwood ‘signs up for I’m I’m A Celeb jungle again’ after health scare forced her to quit

LOVE Island star Olivia Attwood is ‘set to return’ to the I’m A Celebrity jungle after being forced to leave just days into her time on the show last year. She was told to leave the jungle after a routine blood test showed she was "dangerously anaemic" and she was rushed to A&E.

But it seems show bosses are keen for her to return and ITV have now signed her up again to appear on the hit reality show. A source said: “Olivia's time in the jungle last year was to give her a platform so that ITV could give her a big show.

“They had a huge future mapped out for her. She's a big draw for the much-sought-after younger viewers.

Read More on Olivia AttwoodBACK TO HER ROOTS Olivia Attwood shows off ‘real hair’ after getting extensions removedred hot Olivia Attwood shows off incredible figure as she strips down to red lace underwear “Then it all came to an end after her blood tests came back.” They continued to tell the Daily Mail: “Now they are getting her back for this year and will start the whole plan again. ITV bosses know she will be so popular on I'm A Celeb… and that viewers will just love her.” The media personality opened up to her followers on social media last year as she appeared to say she was struggling to come to terms with her I'm A Celebrity exit.

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Canada has dropped COVID-19 travel restrictions, mask mandates
ArriveCAN, mask mandates among changes as Canada drops COVID-19 border rules Federal officials announced earlier this week that a cabinet order affecting mandatory vaccinations, testing and quarantine of international travellers would not be renewed as the new month began.That means travellers to Canada no longer need to show proof of vaccination against COVID-19, while wearing a mask on planes and trains is now optional.British Columbia residents Joanne and Ted Parker say they would have preferred to see the rules stay in place for masks, which are still recommended.“I think they’re an excellent protection,” Joanne Parker said while waiting at Pearson International Airport, just west of Toronto.“And if one person wears them it’s not that helpful, but if everybody wears them it’s really helpful.”But she said she’s already come to terms with the likelihood that mask rules are gone for good.Earlier this week, when the couple flew into Pearson, they noticed some people were flouting the restrictions days before they were lifted, including one fellow passenger who she said ignored a flight attendant’s request to keep their mask on.“I didn’t like it, but I wasn’t going to say anything because I thought at the end of the week it’s going to be OK anyway,” she said.Ted Parker suggested there were “plusses and minuses” to lifting the final COVID-19 travel restrictions.