I'M A Celebrity star Fred Siriex made his thoughts on Nigel Farage very clear ahead of the new series.
The First Dates legend shared a meme that a fan had tagged him in which featured Drake pulling faces.
The first photo of the rapper had him looking away in disgust, with his hand up – gesturing to be left alone.
Beside that picture the fan had written Nigel Farage.
The second snap was Drake smiling and pointing to the camera, with "Fred Sirieix" written next to it.
Fred shared the image with three laughing-crying emojis and clapping hands.
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The politician's pending entrance into the jungle has also caused a stir with another campmate.
Sam Thompson has vowed not to even speak to the former UKIP leader.
Speaking to Hollyoaks star and last year's runner up Owen Warner on Hits Radio, he said: "We’ve got Nigel Farage – Big Nige!
"I can barely talk to my Mum about anything serious let alone a politician, so I think I’ll leave [chatting to Nigel] to other people."
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The Sun exclusively revealed that Nigel Farage will be subjected to a never seen before opening challenge with Josie Gibson and Nella Rose.
They will be trying to win time for stars taking part in challenges back in the jungle camp.
A source added: “It’s a huge series opener for Sunday, bigger and better than ever.
"A lot of thought went into who was best to pair with Nigel to create the best TV and bosses reckon they’re a magic trio.
“It’s the huge series opener and with the never seen before out-of-Queensland twist, it’s clear that ITV haven’t come to play this year – it truly is bigger and better than ever.”
The news of Nigel joining has left some fans furious after it was reported that he is being paid a staggering £1.5million for the stint.
Campaign group Best for Britain have called on people to boycott the show, insisting that "giving a divisive populist like Nigel a nightly primetime platform is not good for our country".
It has launched a new campaign calling on the public to pledge to boycott the show in opposition to its "platforming of far-right figures".
Nigel has said he wants to prove that he's no "mean-spirited, nasty little Englander" during his time on the show.
The politician believes his decade-long campaign for the UK to leave the EU has left him "demonised" by the public.
Nigel, 59, said: “My crime was to stand against an establishment view. I was for many years the lone voice saying Europe wasn’t where we should be, so I’ve been a little bit demonised.
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“I am hoping those who hate me might hate me a little bit less afterwards. But it’s a gamble. And the idea that somehow the things I represent — mean-spirited, small-minded, nasty, the ‘little Englander’ — all those accusations that have been flung at me over the years just aren’t true.
“If we can dispel some of those misconceptions, then that will be a good thing too.”
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