Nigel Farage sticks head in a box of snakes in first I’m A Celebrity challenge
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Nigel Farage has come across his initial test while participating in the reality TV show, I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here. He had to brave a group of snakes to earn tokens for his fellow contestants at the new camp.
Following his arrival in the vast and arid land of the Australian Outback, the ex-leader of UKIP encountered a place aptly referred to as the "hell-hole". Nella Rose, a popular YouTuber, and presenter Josie Gibson later joined him.
The assignment required the GB news anchor to put his head inside a container with snakes with Rose beside him. Meanwhile, Ms. Gibson decided to dip her head inside a barrel filled with mud to discover tokens.
Josie Gibson, contestant of the show "I'm A Celebrity", made a comment about Brexit while meeting with Nigel Farage for the first time.
After putting his head into the small area, he commented "These are terrible, aren't they?" Then he used his tongue to shift all three stars to the finishing point.
Following the statement made by the ex-politician, he expressed his desire to imitate Matt Hancock's image recovery strategy by appearing on the upcoming series.
He explained that he comprehended the reasons behind Matt Hancock's actions. Hancock had entered into the situation with a severely tarnished reputation. The speaker expressed an optimistic hope that individuals who hold animosity towards him might lessen their hatred towards him somewhat after hearing his words.
Upon initial encounter with Ms. Gibson, the subject of Brexit was broached, the triumphant political movement which propelled Farage into the mainstream consciousness.
Ms. Gibson expressed that she initially believed the idea was a good one, but her feelings changed when she discovered they were abandoned in an isolated location. She was extremely fearful and shaken by the experience. Farage, on the other hand, made light of the situation and encouraged them to see it as an opportunity for adventure and challenge, acknowledging that it wouldn't be effortless but still worth undertaking.
Farage is looking to emulate the achievement of Matt Hancock from last year.
She laughed and said, "It couldn't possibly be any worse than Brexit!" Farage chuckled and responded, "Well, that didn't take long. I had a feeling we would hear something like that."
In the blog post, presenters Ant McPartin and Declan Donnelly introduced Nigel Farage as the hot topic of discussion. Nigel has expanded his horizons beyond politics and is now the host of his own show on GB News.
Of course, during the upcoming three weeks, he won't be hosting that program. Hence, we want to use this moment to say sorry to all the viewers of GB News," Dec acknowledged.
Ant said: "My apologies Keith and Linda."
The television program's latest season is finally back on air, and the first episode has just been broadcasted on ITV at 9pm.
Audiences will receive their initial glimpse of the fresh batch of notable personalities relocating to the wilderness of Australia with the aspiration of attaining the title of this year's ruler of the wilderness.