Danny Miller has I’m a Celeb advice for Nigel Farage
Danny Miller has issued some advice to Nigel Farage ahead of the former MP reportedly gearing up to appear on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!
Appearing on Monday’s Good Morning Britain, Danny, who has recently returned to ITV soap Emmerdale for the third time, was probed about this year’s I’m A Celeb lineup following his 2021 win.
“Here’s the line-up… What would you do if you were in the camp and Nigel Farage was there?” host Susanna Reid asked.
“Well as I was just saying to Ed [Ballls], I’m not the most political person.
“I think I’d be a terrible politician but I think it’s safe to say that he is going to ruffle a few feathers in there.”
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He continued: “I think the I’m A Celeb team are very good at getting people in who are going to get the viewers up and also the votes up.
“I imagine he’s going to be n a few sticky situations like Mr Hancock was last year.”
“Would you advise him to talk about politics when he’s there?” Ed asked.
“Erm, me personally I’d say no, I’d say just smile and hope to last as long as you can…” the actor advised.
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While nothing has been officially confirmed, Nigel was one of the first rumoured contestants to have landed in Australia.
On Sunday he touched down at Brisbane Airport, cementing speculation that he will be taking part in this year’s reality show.
Speaking to press shortly after, he stated: “I’m just here surfing for the week. I can’t confirm I am doing it [I’m A Celebrity] but I might be.”
Nigel continued: “I just think there is a big young audience out there that watches the programme which is worth talking to.
The other famous faces thought to be joining the programme include Good Morning Britain’s Josie Gibson, boxer Tony Bellew, Britain Spears’ sister Jamie-Lynn Spears, Hollyoaks star Nick Pickard, retired jockey Frankie Dettori, EastEnders star Danielle Harold, Former Made in Chelsea star Sam Thompson, JLS member Marvin Humes and MasterChef guest judge Grace Dent.
I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! returns to ITV on Sunday at 9pm.
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