Nigel Farage has been pictured arriving in Australia amid hypothesis he’s about to participate on this 12 months’s I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!
The former UKIP and Brexit celebration chief was pictured arriving on Sunday at Brisbane Airport – round 100 miles from the jungle campsite the place the favored ITV present is filmed.
Other well-known faces rumoured to be becoming a member of the ITV present who’ve been seen arriving within the nation embody This Morning presenter Josie Gibson and First Dates star Fred Sirieix.
Actress Jamie-Lynn Spears, the sister of singer Britney Spears, can also be rumoured to be amongst these collaborating on this 12 months’s collection.
Mr Farage – a love-him-or-loathe-him determine in British politics – beforehand stated he had turned down a number of requests since 2016 to move into the Australian jungle.
However, after touchdown in Brisbane, he reportedly informed MailOnline he was “someone who might be going into” the favored actuality present.
He added: “I can’t confirm I’m doing it… I just think there’s a big… audience out there that watches the programme (who are), actually, people… worth talking to.”
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On his GB News present final month, he stated he was contemplating an look on the present to “connect” with a youthful viewers.
I’m A Celeb producers are but to announce the official line-up for this 12 months’s present.
However, Mr Farage could be following within the footsteps of quite a few high-profile – and sometimes controversial – politicians who’ve entered the I’m A Celeb jungle.
Former well being secretary Matt Hancock got here third within the 2022 collection – which grew to become the second most complained-about TV occasion of final 12 months, in response to Ofcom.
Ex-Conservative MP and former tradition secretary Nadine Dorries took half within the 2012 present – however was the primary superstar to be voted out.
Other politicians who’ve entered the jungle embody former Liberal Democrat MP Lembit Opik and ex-SNP chief Kezia Dugdale.
The present’s presenters, Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, confirmed this 12 months’s collection is ready to start on Sunday 19 November at 9pm.