Kaleb Cooper - a star on Clarkson’s Farm - has given one important condition for appearing on I’m a Celebrity.

The 24-year-old farm worker is a favourite with the show’s fans and repeatedly comes to Clarkson’s rescue in the show.

The farming show is back for a second series and fans are already awaiting the third season, which was renewed by Amazon back in October last year.

In a scene of the new series, Kaleb told Jeremy: "I don't do Love Island. The other half doesn't like it."

"What is it then?" Jeremy asked.

"I'm a Celeb," Kaleb replied.

"I'd love to see you in Australia," said Jeremy.

Kaleb then responded: "That's probably the worst thing actually.

"That is probably what I'd be most scared about - actually leaving. If they come here, I'd do it."

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Kaleb would only consider appearing on the ITV hit show if it changed locations from Australia to Diddly Squat farm.

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Jeremy and Kaleb were recognised at the British Farming Awards due to their work in revealing the realities of running a 1,000-acre farm.

The second series also includes scenes of Jeremy clashing with West Oxfordshire District Council. 

In one episode, Jeremy storms out of a meeting after councillors refused planning permission for an extension to the car park and for a restaurant to operate on the site.