Brit supermodel becomes latest star to sign up for Bear Grylls’ and Holly Willoughby’s new Netflix show

SUPERMODEL Leomie Anderson is the latest star to sign up for Bear Grylls’ and Holly Willoughby’s new Netflix show.

The 31-year-old Brit has been filming Bear Hunt this week alongside fellow model Lottie Moss in Costa Rica.

Leomie Anderson is the latest star to sign up for Bear Grylls’ and Holly Willoughby’s new Netflix showCredit: Planet Photos
Leomie has been filming Bear Hunt this week alongside fellow model Lottie Moss in Costa RicaCredit: Instagram
Lottie Moss is also starring in the new Netflix showCredit: PrettyLittleThing

On Friday, she got a fright when she found a scorpion in the shower at the luxury hotel where she is staying.

Staff said it would take 15 minutes for them to get to her, so she trapped the critter in a glass before releasing it outside.

The Sun on Sunday can also reveal Changing Rooms star Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen will be joining the survival show.

Last week, filming took place in an area caught up in drug trafficking wars.

Netflix is ​​spending £1million to hire ex-special forces to protect the cast and crew.

Stars including Spice Girl Mel B, rugby hunk Danny Cipriani, The Saturdays singer Una Healy and tennis great Boris Becker are among those who will be guarded by former military guns for hire.

Netflix’s Bear Hunt sends celebrities deep into the Costa Rican jungle where they will be hunted down by Bear Grylls, wochit

The reality series will see celebs learn survival skills with adventurer Bear GryllsCredit: Free for editorial use
Netflix is ​​spending £1million to hire ex-special forces to protect the cast and crew, including Holly WilloughbyCredit: Getty
On Friday, Leomie got a fright when she found a scorpion in the shower at the luxury hotel where she is stayingCredit: Instagram
Last week, filming took place in an area caught up in drug trafficking warsCredit: Instagram