I’m A Celeb winner Georgia ‘Toff’ Toffolo takes brutal swipe at ‘annoying’ show

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I’M A Celeb winner Georgia ‘Toff’ Toffolo has taken a brutal swipe at the ‘annoying’ show she won in 2017.

The 28-year-old was crowned queen of the jungle five years ago after beating her co-stars Jamie Lomas and Iain Lee to the top spot.

I’m A Celeb winner Georgia ‘Toff’ Toffolo has thrown shade at the ‘annoying’ show
Georgia took part in I’m A Celebrity back in 2017
The reality star dubbed I’m A Celeb ‘the Matt Hancock show’

The highly-anticipated 22nd series of the ITV show returned to our screens last week.

The likes of former Health Secretary Matt Hancock, Corrie’s Sue Cleaver and ITV News reader Charlene White are among those taking part.

When asked how she thinks this year’s celebrities are doing, the TV star threw shade at one of the campmates.

Speaking to HOAR at this year’s ITV Palooza, Georgia said: “Exceptionally well, it has turned into the matt Hancock show… which I’m finding a little bit.. annoying.

“Well, I think it’s a really good year.

“I mean it’s such a shame that Olivia Attwood isn’t still in there. I think that mixture just with her would have been the cherry on top.

“But Christ it’s a good year maybe it’s even better than the year that I did it.”

When asked if her opinion on Matt has changed, she said: “Probably not.

“But can I appreciate that he’s been a brilliant camp mate. Yeah, I can see… yeah, maybe it has changed a little bit…”

The MP was voted by the public to go up against Mike Tindall as camp leader.

Matt and partner Charlene managed to win the competition.

And Georgia was one of those who voted for him as camp leader.

She explained: “I live for the drama … I thought it would be brilliant and it worked!”