The Irish beauty - who has fronted the ITV2 show for two years - has not yet had the go-ahead for a third series, but says that things are “looking good”.
And she insisted she is not in the running to take over from departing Xtra Factor host Olly Murs, because she isn’t ready to turn her back on the jungle show.
Laura told TV Biz: “I miss Australia - the last series of I’m A Celebrity was brilliant. I definitely want to go back this year and things are looking good at the moment.
“I saw Ant and Dec and the producers recently, and we were all reminiscing. Because you see the same people all the time out there it becomes like a family.”
She has a few ideas of who she would like to see taking part in the show, too.
“I’ve heard a few times that Gazza could be on the show so maybe he will,” she said. “That will definitely get column inches, as I’m sure he’ll be pretty controversial. I don’t know how nice he’ll be or how good at challenges, but I’d like to see him in there.”
MTV Europe star Laura took up the Australian gig after previous host Caroline Flack left the jungle behind to join ITV2 spin-off The Xtra Factor in 2011.
But she insists she has no intention of following in her predecessor’s footsteps now that Caroline’s co-host Olly Murs has quit to focus on his music.
She said: “I get asked about X Factor quite a lot, but I just want to get back to Australia at the moment - I don’t think I’m ready to give that up just yet.”
She went on: “I saw Olly this week and I told him I’ll be sad to see him leave, but he feels his music is doing so well that he can’t [stay]. As far as I know Caroline is doing it again, which is good because she’s brilliant at it.”
Laura, who was linked to Niall Horan earlier this year, also opened up about her friendship with the 1D singer. She said: “The One Direction boys are never in one place long enough to party. I know Niall because he’s a friend of a friend from my hometown, and when he’s in town he likes a bit of normality so he hangs out with the Irish crew.
“We’re not going out - I knocked that rumour on the head straight away - but you can see how quickly things build up.”
Laura also hosted the Brits ITV2 coverage this year. She said: “That was a really big night. I was hosting with Rizzle Kicks - who I love to bits - and we had that backstage crazy carnage going on.
“At one point at the Universal after party I was in the DJ booth with Mumford and Sons, Taylor Swift, Carey Mulligan and James Cordon. That was fun.”
However, Laura said her party girl tag is off the mark - because she recently quit booze to focus on work.
She said: “Most of the events I’ve been pictured at have been for work, and I wasn’t even drinking.
“I had to give up alcohol recently because I was working too hard. My job has to come first. Especially during Fashion Week, you could go to these things and drink to your heart’s content, but you wouldn’t be able to get up the next day.”
She added: “That said, I had Paddy’s Day in New York and that was another thing. It’s about balance.”
Right now, Laura is supporting the Tag Your Bag initiative, which allows people to earn Nectar points when they donate clothes to Oxfam. She said: “It’s a great idea - it’s simple and gives people a real incentive.”
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