Christopher Biggins would have wanted to kill Gillian McKeith if he was on "I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!" with her.
The 2007 King of the Jungle admitted he was thankful he didn't end up in the same camp as the 59-year-old star - who was the fifth contestant to be voted off in 2010 - because he would have lost patience very quickly with the "terrible" woman and her ineptitude with the Bushtucker Trials.
He said: "I can say she was a terrible woman.
"If I was in the jungle with her - I know where I would kill her and bury her!
"I think it's very important because she didn't do anything for her fellow contestants."
"Loose Women" anchor Kaye Adams then said: "You can't say that. Listen, I know you're saying that in jest..."
He replied: "No, I'm not saying that in jest."
And the "You Are What You Eat" star was defended by "Loose Women" panellist Stacey Solomon, who won the show in Gillian's year.
She said: "She's not a terrible woman."
Biggins, 69, also insisted his own stint in the jungle wasn't completely harmonious as he branded US supermodel and show runner-up Janice Dickenson "vile".
He said: "I had the awful Janice Dickinson.
"The awful American model who was vile - she didn't do anything!"
But while he blasted the "awful" contestants from the past, he moaned that this year's campmates are all too "nice" and are playing the format in order to do well.
Speaking on who might annoy him if he was on the show this year, he said: "John Barrowman might, but they're all being very nice.
"Also Noel Edmonds. They all know the programme now and think they need to be nice to win."