GB News presenter made a comment to support Nigel Farage’s I’m a celeb appearance.
Breakfast presenter Martin Daubney, took to X to mock people who had called for a boycott, telling everyone that his buddy’s debut on the show was in fact a ratings triumph, but not it all is seems.
Nigel Farage, who is earning £1.5m for taking part, said he is “a hero” to some people and “a villain” to others, reports The BBC.
“In the jungle you’re going to find the real me,” the former Ukip and Brexit Party leader promised viewers.
He is the latest political figure to star on the ITV show, following former health secretary, Matt Hancock, last year.
He has said that “quite serious physical injuries” will rule him out of taking part in any labour-intensive I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! trials.
Ahead of entering the jungle, Farage told The Mirror: “Anything involving weightlifting, I’d be out. I’ve obviously had some quite serious physical injuries and neck reconstructions, and goodness knows what else.
“So they are fully aware that I’m a little bit damaged when it comes to bodily structure. But having said that, I can still do most things.
“I doubt any of the trials are actually going to kill me, although I don’t think they’ll all be a bag of fun but look, I signed up for this. It’s in for a penny in for a pound. So let’s go.”
Ant and Dec had a pop at GB News, which was quite amusing.
Nigel Farage I’m a Celeb
Martin Daubney mocked people who had called for a boycott of the show, telling everyone that his pal’s debut on the show was in fact a ratings triumph!
Turns out that was a press release from a year ago.
It is actually down 2.2 million on last year’s opener.
Otto English wrote: “Permission to laugh heartily.”