She said she felt like a ‘competition winner’ after flying to Australia in business class.
And Scarlett Moffatt, 28, finally touched down in Oz on Wednesday following a 27 hour flight.
The former Gogglebox star is set to be returning to TV screens in less than two weeks as host of the I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! spin-off show.
I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Departures: Scarlett Moffatt touched down in Australia following a 27-hour flight ahead of her I’m A Celebrity spin-off show stint
Living her best life: The former Gogglebox star is set to be returning to TV screens in less than two weeks as host of the sister show
Touching down at Brisbane airport in Queensland, Scarlett walked into arrivals with her personalised SM luggage.
She wore an all-black ensemble and threw a cosy tartan scarf around her neck, completing her look with a pair of Gucci trainers.
Going make-up free, she covered her locks with a light-coloured baseball cap as she touched down.
Bags of style: Touching down at Brisbane airport in Queensland, Scarlett walked into arrivals with her personalised ‘SM’ luggage
Comfort: She wore an all-black ensemble and threw a cosy tartan scarf around her neck, completing her look with a pair of Gucci trainers
All-new: No doubt Scarlett is thrilled to be involved with the new series, which will be fronted by Holly Willoughby and Declan Donnelly
Scarlett could hardly contain her excitement as she flew business class to Australia from Newcastle International Airport on Tuesday.
The TV star appeared happy as she posed with a champagne flute in her spacious seat, joking she ‘felt like a competition winner’.
Sharing a snap as she enjoyed the high life with her 1.8million Instagram followers, Scarlett wrote: ‘Still feel like a competition winner when I fly business #australia #flight #longhaul.’
And she’s off! Scarlett was excited as she flew business class to Australia from Newcastle on Tuesday to present the I’m A Celeb spin-off show Extra Camp
The presenter also posted a throwback snap of herself as a contender on the hit ITV show, having won the competition two years ago.
She said: ‘Time to fly to Australia. Can’t believe this picture was two years ago.
‘So excited to see the line up this year. (My dream camp mate would be Jane McDonald – I have my fingers crossed).’
Throwback: The Gogglebox star also posted a snap of herself as a contender on the hit ITV show, having won the competition two years ago, to Instagram
Saying her goodbyes: The TV presenter marked her last night in the U.K with a farewell roast dinner with all of her friends and family on Sunday
The TV personality opted to travel low-key, sporting a black T-shirt and matching trousers for her long journey.
Perfecting her casual vibe, she teamed her ensemble with a khaki coloured cap and a tan checkered scalf while wearing large headphones.
On Sunday, Scarlett marked her last night in the UK with a farewell roast dinner with her friends and family, telling her followers she had never cooked in her kitchen before.
She shared snaps of the festivities, saying: ‘Going to miss these beautiful souls while I’m in Australia’.
Home sweet home: Scarlett, who presents the I’m A Celeb spin-off show Extra Camp, shared snaps of the get together, saying ‘Going to miss these beautiful souls while I’m in Australia’
The reality star added: ‘My friends and family have come round the house now which they do most Sundays, I do have a kitchen but I have never cooked in it.
‘My mum always brings the roast round, I’m starting to feel a bit guilty. I do provide the mint sauce and Procecco though.’
Fans won’t have long to wait until the new series begin, where they will see Holly Willoughby stand-in for Ant McPartlin and co-host the show alongside returning presenter Declan Donnelly.
The new series is set to kick off on November 18.
Debut: Holly Willoughby will stand-in for Ant McPartlin and co-host the main show alongside returning presenter Declan Donnelly
This year’s show will differ from the rest as regular show host Ant McPartlin won’t be appearing for the first time in 16 years.
The troubled TV presenter is takign an extended break from TV to continue with his recovery following a drink driving incident and his battle with alcohol and painkiller addiction.
Holly has been drafted in to replace him for the series, with her addition to the show being widely speculated and later confirmed in August.
As she prepares to jet out to Australia, Holly nervously confessed she thinks her new role will be a ‘disaster’.