Nigel Farage spills Donald Trump secrets on I’m A Celeb – but they’re NOT shown on camera by ITV | The Sun

NIGEL Farage spilled his Donald Trump secrets on I'm a Celeb – but they weren't shown on camera by ITV.

The former Ukip leader reportedly discussed his ally Trump with his campmates a couple of days ago.

But ITV bosses edited the conversation out of that night's I'm a Celeb show.

Speaking on GB News, reporter Ben Leo said: "If anyone has watched tonight’s show, they will be wondering why the only contribution from Nigel was him saying ‘I love the Jungle, it’s beautiful’.

"I’ve discovered that a couple of days ago, Nigel had a discussion about his ally and good friend Donald Trump.

"The campmates seemed very interested, but we have not seen that on television.

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"Why have ITV not played that?"

An insider told The Sun: "Nigel only mentioned Trump briefly and casually.

"It wasn't like he was spilling huge secrets.

"And of course, the show has to edit down 24 hours a day down into an hour's TV."

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ITV said: "We are a 60-75 minute Entertainment show and the content featured is a fair and accurate representation of life in camp.

"It is always our intention to broadcast a show that is a fair and accurate representation of life in camp for all our celebrities."

Farage's political allies reportedly believe that ITV is playing "insane dirty tricks" against him – and that producers have deliberately cut down his airtime.

Aides have reportedly sent a letter complaining that ITV broke its contract with Farage by showing him naked.

One friend told the Mail: "We are watching very closely. Something is not right. Is there a bigger game afoot?"

Former UKIP and Brexit Party chief Farage signed up for the jungle in a deal reportedly worth up to £1million.

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