During his appearance, Jordan revealed he was stuck in London like many others after the rules changed meaning that travel out of the area is banned.
Sad situation: Jordan North has told of his mother’s heartbreak after he was forced to cancel his Christmas trip home when London was plunged into Tier 4 restrictions
Detailing his Christmas plans, he said: ‘I was planning on going home today after the show, but then the announcement was revealed on Saturday,.
He continued: ‘Like many people, I had to cancel my plans…my mum was heartbroken, there was plenty of tears.’
Elsewhere during the chat, Jordan discussed the moment he vomited during the first episode of I’m A Celebrity after looking over a cliff he was about to abseil down.
Interview: The I’m A Celebrity runner up, 30, appeared on Lorraine with stand in host Andi Peters to discuss the upcoming festive TV schedule.
Family: Jordan pictured with his dad Graham and mum Wendy in summer 2018
He said: ‘People who know me who are close to me that I’m scared of everything so that’s the real me
‘Before filming, we had something to eat, and it was lamb hotpot and I wolfed it down. And just before we went on air, I looked over the cliff and I felt [made a sick face].’
On what it’s like being back to normal life, he said: ‘It’s been good, hectic, some days are busier than others. Been great to get back on radio, that’s what I do and that’s what keeps me grounded.’
Jordan also joked that after spending three weeks in the castle camp he is still having to use camp chairs, after a pal he was borrowing a sofa from needed it back.
Stuck! During his appearance, Jordan revealed he was stuck in London like many others after the rules changed meaning that travel out of the area is banned
The interview comes amid reports Jordan
The Radio 1 DJ finished as runner-up to
Step up: Jordan is reportedly being lined up for a promotion at the BBC after winning over millions of new fans on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!
A source said: ‘Jordan is the host of the weekend show and is known as the supply teacher because of the amount of times he has covered for Nick Grimshaw and Scott Mills.
‘But now his team are working on landing him a spot with a bigger audience. As far as Jordan is concerned, the sky is the limit now and he appeals to everyone – not just Radio 1 listeners.’
Along with an increased presence on the airwaves, the insider added Jordan is also being lined up for panel shows and other TV appearances.
They said: ‘Jordan’s profile is going to be raised massively in the next few months and the plan, along with getting him a more coveted spot on air, is to get him back on the box. Along with panel shows, Jordan is destined for his own series after easily becoming the stand-out star of this year’s show.’
Jordan became a fan favourite during his time in Gwrych Castle as he faced many of his fears, during the show’s Bushtucker Trial, including his intense phobia of snakes.
MailOnline has contacted representatives for Jordan North and BBC Radio for comment.
Success: The Radio 1 DJ finished as runner-up to Giovanna Fletcher on this year’s series and his profile is now bigger than ever