I'm A Celeb fans left in hysterics as Nigel Farage tucks into a four-penis ... trends now

I'm A Celeb fans left in hysterics as Nigel Farage tucks into a four-penis ... trends now
I'm A Celeb fans left in hysterics as Nigel Farage tucks into a four-penis ... trends now

I'm A Celeb fans left in hysterics as Nigel Farage tucks into a four-penis ... trends now

He's been paid a rumoured £1.5m to appear on this year's I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here - but Nigel Farage might be questioning whether it's enough after Monday's show.

The former UKIP leader took part in a gruesome food challenge that saw him eat a four-penis pizza, camel udders and a cow teat in a bid to win meals for his campmates.

The broadcaster, 59, pulled a series of hilarious grimaces as he tucked into the dishes as part of the Jungle Pizzeria Bushtucker Trial alongside TikTok star Nella Rose, 26.

While some viewers may have doubted them, the unlikely pair managed to secure an impressive nine out of ten stars with Farage trying all of his dishes.

That included the 'Quattro For-gag-io', a four-penis pizza that had the testicles of sheep, bull, pig and crocodile as toppings on the dough.

Disgusting: He's been paid a rumoured £1.5m to appear on this year's I'm a Celebrity ¿ Get Me Out of Here - but Nigel Farage might be questioning whether it's enough after Monday's show

Disgusting: He's been paid a rumoured £1.5m to appear on this year's I'm a Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here - but Nigel Farage might be questioning whether it's enough after Monday's show

Brutal: The former UKIP leader took part in a gruesome food challenge that saw him eat a four-penis pizza, camel udders and a cow teat in a bid to win meals for his campmates

Brutal: The former UKIP leader took part in a gruesome food challenge that saw him eat a four-penis pizza, camel udders and a cow teat in a bid to win meals for his campmates

He also had to eat fermented vomit fruit and fermented plums, saying: 'Good God, is this what it's come to?'

Nella refused to eat a Surstromming – a strong-smelling, salted and fermented sea herring – saying: 'That smells like death, I'm not doing it.'

After watching the hilarious trial, one fan wrote on Twitter: 'Don't know how Nigel and Nella managed that task'

Another penned: 'How serious Nigel's face is when he's trying to motivated Nella is sending me'

A third added: 'Nigel and Nella are going to be the best of friends' 

Struggling to eat the body parts which were artfully topped upon a slice of pizza, presenters Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, both 48, mercilessly mocked the controversial figure.

'It's a bit bloody tough,' Nigel said, forcing it into his mouth. 'Did you prepare this yourself, guys?'

Ant and Dec said they hadn't and Dec teased Nigel by saying: 'It does look quite moist, quite creamy.'

Nella could be heard shouting: 'Oh Farage, Farage! Boys, do you have to describe it in front of him while he is eating?' 

It comes as no surprise that Farage has been selected to take on the first trial, because his signing caused viewers to switch off in their millions after it emerged he has received a reported £1.5million to appear - the biggest I'm A Celeb pay cheque ever.

Not a great day for Nigel: Presenters Ant and Dec mercilessly mocked the controversial figure as Nella, (left), became increasingly vocal during the hilarious scene

Not a great day for Nigel: Presenters Ant and Dec mercilessly mocked the controversial figure as Nella, (left), became increasingly vocal during the hilarious scene 

Gross: That included the 'Quattro For-gag-io', a four-penis pizza that had the testicles of sheep, bull, pig and crocodile as toppings on the dough

Gross: That included the 'Quattro For-gag-io', a four-penis pizza that had the testicles of sheep, bull, pig and crocodile as toppings on the dough

Sunday night's show launched with a peak audience of 7.8 million (average 7 million), down 2.2million from the show's launch the year before.

In 2022, the I'm A Celebrity... launch got an audience of over 10 million people at its peak - up two million from the previous year.

That was despite former health secretary, Matt Hancock being paid £400k to join the line-up, donating 3% of that fee to charity.

Last week, fans threatened to boycott the new ITV series over their 'tone-deaf' decision to let Farage enter the jungle.

The signing of the GB News star has proved controversial as Nigel is a famously divisive figure, who is known for his right-wing views on immigration and gender pay gaps.

Nearly 10,000 people have been using the hashtag 'Boycott I'm A Celeb'.

Elsewhere during the episode, Farage was grilled by campmates over Brexit and was forced to defend himself during a heated discussion with First Dates' Fred Sirieix.

'It's a bit bloody tough,' Nigel said, forcing it into his mouth. 'Did you prepare this yourself, guys?'

'It's a bit bloody tough,' Nigel said, forcing it into his mouth. 'Did you prepare this yourself, guys?'

After watching the hilarious trial, one fan wrote on Twitter: 'Don't know how Nigel and Nella managed that task'

After watching the hilarious trial, one fan wrote on Twitter: 'Don't know how Nigel and Nella managed that task'

'What's the benefit of Brexit then? If you are an average person from Britain, what's the benefit?' asked Sirieix.

'To know that we're independent, we stand on our own two feet in the world,' Farage responded.

Sirieix added: 'Brexit was about immigration, I remember your poster. I thought it was shameful what you did Nigel. Shameful.'

Sirieix went on to say his campaign was about 'demonising migrants', to which Farage responded: 'No it wasn't. In your view it was, but it wasn't.'

The First Dates star then told him that 'the average person in the UK has lost out because of what you've done', while Farage hit back: 'They haven't lost out.'

Speaking later in the Bush Telegraph, Farage said: 'I knew it wouldn't take long, I knew politics would rear its head as indeed it did. And Fred feels very strongly about it.'

Ratings: Fans have been vocal about boycotting the show over Nigel Farage's  £1.5m signing and Sunday's launch was down 2.2million viewers from the 2022 launch

Ratings: Fans have been vocal about boycotting the show over Nigel Farage's  £1.5m signing and Sunday's launch was down 2.2million viewers from the 2022 launch 

Jamie Lynn Spears, 32, said she'd made peace with older sister Britney before coming into the jungle and broke down in tears as she spoke about her teenage pregnancy.

'I think every family fights and has their stuff but I talked to her before I came here and we love each other,' she said during a conversation with Sirieix.

On having a baby at 16, she tearfully said: 'I just wanted to be normal. I wanted my baby to be normal. Everybody told me I was going to be a horrible mum. So I was like I've got to raise this baby by myself and I did.'

She added: 'They didn't want me to have the baby. A lot of people around me.'

I'm A Celebrity …Get Me Out Of Here! continues Tuesday at 9pm on ITV1 and ITVX. 

I'm A Celebrity 2023: Meet the campmates

NIGEL FARAGE

NIGEL FARAGE

Claim to fame: Former leader of the UK Independence Party  and leader of the Brexit Party.

Phobias: Nobody likes rats, snakes and I am dreading anything to do with heights.

Biggest misconception you want to dispel?: I have been demonised over the years and so it will be nice to show people I am not nasty. 

Role in camp: Lead on starting up plenty of campfire discussions. 

Aside from your family, what will you miss the most whilst in camp?: A pint in the pub and the news. 

Best & worst attributes: I

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