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Nigel in I’m a Celeb jest


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Nigel Farage joked about what the British public think of the GB News presenter following an I’m a Celeb trial where viewers chose the critters for each celebrity.

The former Ukip leader poked fun at the challenge after the public chose rats for his part of the trial.

Dec explained the game: “This is the Grim Gutter. You will all be strapped down inside this giant drain and within each section there are two stars that need to be unlocked.

“Now, the keys to those locks are in bunches on the rotating line above you. You need to remove the keys from the line and try them on your locks.”

The former Ukip leader poked fun at the challenge after the public chose rats for his part of the trial


Ant continued: “However, only one key from each set of six will work on one of your locks. If a set of keys doesn’t work on either of your locks, you need to reattach it to the wire and send it round to someone else, as it may well work on theirs.”

Dec added: “Before we start, let’s find out what the public have voted for to join you in there. Tony, you will be joined by snakes.

“Nigel, you will be joined by rats.”

As the time ticked away, Nick, Sam and Tony all got their two stars as they encouraged Nigel when Tony said: “Nigel, please come on mate!”

At the end of time Nigel didn’t unlock any stars, while Nick, Tony and Sam’s two each resulted in a haul of six stars and six meals for camp.

Nigel said: “It’s nice to know what the British public think of me by sending in rats.”

It comes as Nigel continues in his quest to be crowned King of the Jungle, a feat that, should he achieve it, has come with its challenges.

Those challenges have not been limited to the punishing bushtucker trials, with campmates taking the opportunity to take Nigel to task over issues such as Brexit.

Nigel Farage

Nigel Farage struggled for air in the his previous trial


Nigel’s girlfriend Laure sat down with GB News’ Patrick Christys earlier this week and said she was “annoyed” at Fred Sirieix’s attack

“Isn’t it a but rude to come from a different country and lecture the British electorate?”, she asked.

“I just think it’s out of place. To be fair to Fred, he made peace with Nigel and then they shared a couple of jokes and that was it.

“Nigel is used to these discussions and he didn’t back down, did he? It’s easy peasy.

“He’s been dealing with enemies and attacks and jokes for decades, we’re talking about serious stuff like death threats or threats to family members and things like that.

“Having an argument with Fred or Nella isn’t going to faze him at all.”

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