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ITV 'commissions travel series with Beverley Callard and Jordan North'

ITV 'commissions travel series with Beverley Callard and Jordan North'
I'm A Celebrity campmates Beverley Callard and Jordan North reportedly sign up for a new ITV travelogue series.

ITV has reportedly commissioned a new travelogue series featuring former Coronation Street star Beverley Callard and Radio 1 DJ Jordan North.

The pair met on last year's edition of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! and quickly became good mates, so much so that their on-screen chemistry has led to ITV giving them their own series.

"Jordan and Bev were a hit together on camera when they filmed in the castle together last year," a source told The Sun.

"They were approached about working together on a new travel show for ITV and they both jumped at the chance.

"They have a very natural chemistry and get on really well.

"Everything is still being mapped out for the pair and producers are currently working on the exact locations the duo will travel to.

"Jordan and Bev couldn't be more excited about working together again and this show will promise not just good culture and amazing food – but a whole load of laughs."

Meanwhile, ITV has confirmed a UK-based travelogue series, Bruno and Craig's Great British Road Trip, featuring Strictly Come Dancing judges Bruno Tonioli and Craig Revel Horwood.

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