Nigel Farage unhappy and in difficult position after Im A Celeb fans vote

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An expert has noticed Nigel Farage appearing to be “unhappy” and “disgruntled” as Sam Thompson became camp leader during last night’s (November 27) episode of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!.

The politician was left “completely stunned” as the Made In Chelsea reality star was voted camp leader by the public, according to body language expert Darren Stanton.

The expert said the former UKIP leader, who was reportedly paid £1.5 million to appear on the ITV jungle show, displayed jealousy in his body language the moment Sam was handed the title.

“Nigel appeared completely stunned as Sam was made camp leader,” said Darren. “He flashed a surprised expression and lowered his head, which was as though to say what the hell?

“He was expecting or wanted to be made camp leader himself. That was the first thing I noticed straight away,” he added to Betfair Bingo. “Nigel wasn’t happy that Sam was made leader.

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“I don’t think Sam is going to make a good team leader if he has to make difficult decisions. I don’t think he’s got him in it to do it…

“He’s a nice guy, but he’s certainly not authoritative, which is why Nigel’s nose has been put out so much.”

But while Nigel’s nose has seemingly been put out of joint, the show’s viewing figures have reportedly taken a nosedive too, following viewers’ calls for boycott over the casting of the controversial politician and GB News host.

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The backlash seemingly resulted in initial viewing figures for the show being significantly lower than that of the previous year.

The November 19 launch saw an average of 6.95 million tune in – which is more than two million less than 2022’s 9.1 million viewers.

Saturday night’s (November, 25) episode saw another drop on previous years, with peak audience figures reaching 5.5 million, and the average at 4.8 million.

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