Scarlett Moffatt failed her driving test 13 times.
The 27-year-old TV star - who now features on "Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway" - has revealed she once dreamed of becoming a bus driver, but she gave up on her ambition because she has failed to pass her test so many times.
Appearing on the Channel 4 comedy series "Rob Beckett's Playing For Time", Scarlett confessed: "My dream was to be a bus driver but I can't even pass the test to drive a car.
"I get panicky. On one occasion, I had to pull over and turn on the air conditioning full blast, I was sweating so much. And we had only just started the test."
Scarlett first became known for her appearances on the Channel 4 series "Gogglebox" and her career has gone from strength to strength since she won "I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!" in 2016.
Despite this, Scarlett doesn't consider herself to be a celebrity and has insisted that success hasn't changed her at all.
She previously explained: "I don't think of myself in that way. I'm just me. I work really hard at what I do, and I try to always be nice and be myself.
"Being part of a big Saturday night TV show is amazing but I'm still the same old me - I love sitting on the sofa in my trackie bottoms watching telly with my family."
Meanwhile, Scarlett also revealed she has another career ambition she'd like to achieve.
She said: "I'd like to continue doing live TV but I also love documentaries. My dad always says, "If you don't know your history, you can't know your future" and I'd love to do some history documentaries."