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I’m A Celeb star Nigel Farage broke camp rule despite warning from bosses

I’m A Celeb star Nigel Farage broke camp rule despite warning from bosses

Eliminated ITV contestant Frankie Dettori opened up about the ex-politician's rule-breaking

ITV viewers enjoyed another drama-filled episode of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! last night.

YouTube favourite Nella Rose - who has been the centre of much controversy during her stint on the shot - became the second big-name star to receive the chop, leaving the jungle and heading home.

The social media star's exit follows Italian jockey Frankie Dettori's departure from the gruelling reality series.

Frankie was the first star to be voted off by the public, and his subsequent leaving interview with hosts Ant and Dec resulted in a bombshell revelation.

The 52-year-old sportsman opened up on an 'incident' that had occurred between his former campmates Grace Dent and Jamie Lynn Spears behind the scenes.




Recalling his first few days Down Under, he recalled: "I met the first five of my camp, then I met the other five, it took a bit of time to get round the camp.

Frankie was the first celebrity eliminated.

"Then obviously we had the incident with Grace [Dent], Jamie Lynn [Spears] as well, so that put a dampener on the week.

"We had to re-group, and we had to re-focus, we did the tasks, the rain didn't help."

MasterChef star Grace was the first to leave the show, calling it quits after just one week on 'medical grounds' which caused viewers to become concerned for her health.

US singer and actor Jamie Lynn Spears left the show in the days that followed, also on 'medical grounds', after admitting she was struggling with the distance away from her children.

Though the 'incident' Frankie referred to may well have been about their premature departures from the show, many viewers believe that something else may have gone down between Grace and Jamie Lynn.

Frankie alluded to an 'incident' that happened between Grace and Jamie Lynn.

And it sounds as though Frankie isn't done dropping bombshell revelations about events that occurred in the Aussie jungle that weren't aired on TV.

Speaking to The Sun since leaving the show, the award-winning jockey has also opened up about a particular rule that was being broken by one of his campmates, for which they allegedly faced no repercussions.

According to Frankie, infamous politician Nigel Farage received numerous warnings from producers about showering naked, after the ex-Brexit frontman was spotted doing so during the first few episodes of the show.

"We were told to keep our swimmers on!" Frankie told the publication. "The shower is miles away from the camp so we don't know what's going on.

"I am not going to go and spy on Nigel's butt!"

Nigel Farage was seen showering in the nude.

Nigel shocked viewers earlier in the series after being captured on camera with his fully bare bottom on display whilst showering at the creek.

This Morning presenter Josie Gibson was unlucky enough to have been walking past at the exact moment that Nigel was showering in the nude, exclaiming: "Frickin' hell!"

She later praised him in the Bush Telegraph: "Fair play to him, he just gets on in there and at least he's clean."

The show's host Dec later joked: "Good job he didn't turn around, we might have seen the honourable member!"

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Topics: Im A Celebrity, ITV, TV And Film, Celebrity