DANNY Cipriani's famous exes could be in for a rough ride after a source revealed he "won't hold back" on I'm A Celebrity.
Rugby ace Danny, 35, is the latest signing for this year's series of the ITV show, it was claimed yesterday.
ITV bosses must be rubbing their hands in glee as the former love rat – who has been linked to Kelly Brook, Katie Price, Lizzie Cundy and Lindsay Lohan – is happy to spill all in the jungle.
He's thought to have romanced Kirsty Gallacher and the late Caroline Flack too, before marrying mental health campaigner Victoria Rose in April 2021.
While he's settled down in his personal life, Danny is entirely open to discussing his past – which is set to worry his former flames.
A source told The Sun: “Danny’s a happily married man now and is devoted to his wife, but if he gets asked about his famous exes around the campfire, he won’t hold back. He’ll answer honestly.
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"A few of his most famous former girlfriends are worried he’ll spill their secrets live on TV – they’ve all moved on now but there are incidents they don’t want bought up and raked over again.”
Danny was nicknamed Danny Chipolata – a reference to his manhood – by his ex Pricey after he cheated.
In her explosive 2013 autobiography – Love, Lipstick and Lies – she revealed how she walked in on him in bed with another woman.
Katie wrote: "In my experience, he was a bit – erm – lean in the most obvious departments.
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"That’s why I nicknamed him Danny Chipolata. He can no longer hit the right spots on the rugby field and he certainly can’t find them on a woman."
Danny is known as a bad boy in the sports world who was arrested for assaulting a bouncer and police officer.
The former Gloucester and England fly-half puts years of partying, womanising and rows with clubs, colleagues and the law down to his dad walking out on him and his mum when he was six.
He said: “Looking back, I think a key problem is that I didn’t have a father figure.
“Mum was amazing and couldn’t have done more.
"But I didn’t have anyone to teach me about how to be a man.”
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