Georgia Toffolo has vowed to get former Prime Minister Boris Johnson a deal to break into the I'm A Celeb jungle.
The 29-year-old TV personality, who won the show herself in 2017, revealed her plans after confirming she had brokered Nigel Farage's huge £1.5million paycheck to appear on the show last year.
Georgia, the owner of Visionary Talent Agency, which represents numerous influencers and models, told The Sun: “Boris, if you want to go to Oz, you know the girl who will mentor you. “I'm the girl.
Speaking about Nigel's impressive salary package, she continued: “Hey, I was so proud of myself for negotiating that deal and I would do the same for anyone.”
Georgia also runs Wild Pack, a raw dog food company, and revealed how proud she is of the successes of both of her companies.
Georgia Toffolo, 29, has vowed to get former Prime Minister Boris Johnson a deal to break into the I'm A Celeb jungle
The TV personality, who owns Visionary Talent Agency, said: “Boris, if you want to go to Oz, you know the girl who will take care of you” (Boris pictured in 2022)
She revealed her plans after confirming she was the one who brokered Nigel Farage's huge £1.5million paycheck to appear on the show last year (pictured Nigel came third on the show).
You say, “It's so common for women to feel uncomfortable about their success and what they do.” With that in mind, I won't be as embarrassed about these things anymore.
Georgia was friends with Nigel before getting him the deal and dated his former advisor, financier George Cottrell – known as “Posh George”.
An ITV insider said at the time: “It was certainly a first for a former I'm A Celeb winner to broker a deal for another contestant.”
“Nigel has been offered the chance to go into the jungle several times but Toff made it happen this time.” “Everyone involved in the deal is thrilled.”
This came after Georgia went to Parliament on Thursday morning with her beloved dog Monty to campaign against glycotoxins in pet food.
It has launched a campaign to remove glycotoxins, also known as AGEs, from dry dog food to protect dogs across the UK from their harmful effects.
“And Britain is a nation of dog lovers.” I'm lucky to have this platform, I've gained enough knowledge on the subject and I think I'm the right person to take on this role.
“It's scary and I'm nervous about taking on these big dog food companies, but I feel like it's time to get our dogs back to health.”
Georgia won the ITV show in 2017
Speaking about Nigel's impressive salary, Georgia said: “Hey, I was so proud of myself for negotiating that deal and I would do the same for anyone.”
Georgia also runs Wild Pack, a raw dog food company, and revealed how proud she is of the successes of both of her companies
“This isn't about getting dogs across the country to eat Wild Pack.” “This is so much bigger than just my business: This is about us standing up for our dogs, who support us through thick and thin assist.”
According to Wild Pack, glycotoxins are created by the dehydration process required to produce kibble, the dry biscuit-shaped dog food found in homes across the UK.
They contribute to a variety of ailments, including lethargy, extreme dehydration, and even certain types of cancer.
Georgia is now calling on dry dog food manufacturers to completely remove glycotoxins from their products in the hope that this will help Britain's pooches live longer, healthier lives.