I’m A Celeb’s Danny Miller set to cash in even if he isn't crowned King as he’s flooded with big money TV jobs

I’m A Celeb’s Danny Miller set to cash in even if he isn't crowned King as he’s flooded with big money TV jobs

DANNY Miller is set to cash in regardless of whether he is crowned King of the Jungle.

The Sun can reveal that former Emmerdale actor Danny, 30, has caught the eye of TV producers thanks to his time on I'm a Celebrity – and it looks like he's going to be a winner either way.

Our source said: "Danny has connected well with viewers. He's been very open in the past about his desire to present – and those opportunities are set to roll in."

Last night Emmerdale viewers were left in tears as Danny's Aaron Dingle left the village for good.

The mechanic decided he needed to flee the village, abandoning his sister Liv Flaherty, to escape his emotional torment.

Viewers know Liv is being charged with Aaron’s boyfriend Ben Tucker’s murder – though they know Meena Jutla really carried out the crime.

He drove off to an instrumental version of Take on Me playing and it left viewers in tears.

One wrote: "13 years of Aaron Dingle is coming to an end. Wow I can't believe it's been that long."

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A second said: "Aww I will miss Aaron."

Another added: "Bit emosh about Aaron Leaving, not gonna lie."

But executives decided not to snuff out Aaron in a dramatic death scene as a ‘thank you’ to Danny for his  professionalism and dedication during 13 years in the show.

An ITV source revealed: “Soap fans know that Emmerdale bosses like characters to go out with a bang and they love a bit of death and mayhem.

“A number of different exit scenes were looked at for Danny’s character and one was Aaron being killed in dramatic circumstances.

“But the decision was made to allow Aaron to just leave the soap so there would always be a way for Danny to return.

“He’s been such a big part of Emmerdale for long that it was seen as a way for the executives to thank him for his service and to let him know that he can be written back in if things don’t work out.”

Previous runner-ups have gone on to enjoy almost as much success as the winners.

Jordan North, who came in second to Giovanna Fletcher last year, was announced as Nick Grimshaw's BBC Radio 1 Breakfast show host – alongside Vick Hope – earlier this year.

And Ferne McCann came in third place during the 2015 series, behind winner Vicky Pattison and runner-up George Shelly, and has since carved out a successful TV career.


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