I’m a Celebrity review — Nigel Farage gives poor snake scare of its life
The bad boy of Brexit showed his softer side as he joined fellow campmates in the jungle
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Narrated by Ben Dowell
“I am,” remarked Marvin Humes, TV presenter and member of the four-piece boyband JLS, as he was about to embark on a 15,000ft sky dive, “going to be terrified, petrified … all of the ‘ifieds’.”
Perhaps not as “ified” as Nigel Farage, the boo-hiss campmate who made his debut on I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! last night for a reported £1.5 million fee but with the cork-bobbling ghost of Matt Hancock in his wake.
But whereas last time Hancock, the bad boy of Covid, felt the scorn of Boy George and the Coronation Street star Sue Cleaver (no, me neither), Nigel had a much easier early ride and came across rather well.
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