Speaking to Express.co.uk, the actor laughed, “It would make me nervous about everything they have to eat on this particular show.
“It could make some great TV because I have a pretty sensitive stomach so I’m sure you’ll laugh at me for that.”
He added, “If a reality show came to me, I would probably consider it.”
If he went ahead, Nathan would follow in the footsteps of several Hollyoaks stars who traded in their fake tans and hairspray for the jungle.
Malique Thompson-Dwyer joined the roster in 2018 but was eliminated early on, while Jorgie Porter advanced to the quarter-finals in 2015.
Meanwhile, Jamie Lomas appeared in 2017 and made it all the way to the final, missing the last day against Made In Chelsea’s Georgia Toffolo.
It comes after BBC reporter Victoria Derbyshire was reportedly among the first official names in I’m A Celebrity programming.
Last night, sources said the talented news host – whose The Victoria Derbyshire Show was cut earlier this year during BBC cuts – jumped at the chance to move to Wales for some something new.
“Victoria is always up for a challenge, so when she was approached about I’m A Celebrity, she jumped at the chance,” one of them told The Sun.
“It’s always something she wanted to do, but because of her family, she never wanted to fly to Australia and be away from them for so long.
“When the show moved to Wales and the opportunity arose she didn’t want to look at a gift horse in her mouth so she said yes straight away. ”
This year I’m A Celebrity will be very different from previous years, as it takes place in a Welsh castle instead of the Australian jungle.
Ruined Gwyrch Castle will host the celebrities for three weeks, with Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly returning once again to host the popular reality show.