SAM Thompson has sparked rumours of a jungle feud ahead of I’m a Celebrity after vowing not to speak to one of his campmates.
Made in Chelsea star Sam, 31, will enter the I’m a Celebrity jungle at the weekend along with a whole host of famous faces.
Among those taking part is politician Nigel Farage – and he told last year’s runner-up Owen Warner he’ll leave chatting to him to his fellow campers.
Speaking to Hollyoaks star Owen 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.”
The show may not kick off until Sunday but complaints about Nigel being on it have already started flooding in – with more than 1000 angry viewers have got in touch with regulator Ofcom.
Campaign group Best for Britain have called on people to boycott the show, after it was reported that Nigel is being paid a staggering £1.5m for a stint in the jungle.
They insisted 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”.