The I’m A Celeb Winner, Georgia Toffolo, Was Offered A Job During Live TV Interview

Georgia Toffolo from London UK, came to our attention when she joined the Made in Chelsea cast in the seventh series of the show. After that, the 23-year-old star braved the wild on I’m A Celebrity 2017 show and was crowned Queen of the jungle. The reality star, known as Toff, was crowned on Sunday evening after more than nine million votes were cast.

Georgia is interested in politics, having studied at Westminster University, but also wants to be a host on a TV show. When the hosts of Good Morning Britain interviewed the newly crowned Queen of the jungle, they offered her a job, live on air.

You can watch Toff’s GMB interview here:

When Piers Morgan asked the reality star what she wants to do next, she answered: “I want to do what you guys do – I want to try it.”

They were more than happy to offer her a job on the show with Piers saying “We could have a vacancy on this desk,” and Susanna added: “You could come sit next to me!”


The 52-year-old TV host added:  “We always like to rejuvenate the cast.”

And even though, she will earn a whopping £5 million following her win, according to The Sun she was being paid just $17,340 for her stint in the jungle, making her this year’s lowest-paid star. That still might look like a lot of money but it’s nothing compared to the $400k that British professional boxer, Amir Khan, was paid.

The I’m A Celebrity 2017 winner also told the host of  Good Morning Britain that she failed to pay her rent before heading into the jungle.

“The first thing I said to my mum after coming out was: “Mum, I haven’t paid my rent”.

“I don’t think I’ll be having that payday [a reported £5 million in earnings] but it would be nice,” she added.

The 23-year-old adorable reality star won over everyone with her enthusiasm for life, which made some people think that she is not altogether that smart. But according to comedian and fellow camp mate Shappi Khordsandi, she’s smarter than she lets on.

Celebrity talent scout Barry Tomes told The Daily Star: ” Her agents have played a blinder. A lot would have turned down such a low fee but they obviously took it knowing her character – it’s the right kind of programme for her.”

“She will make more than a million pounds in a year. If they play the game, she could earn up to £5 million in the long-term.”

Barry Tomes also added: “Kids around eight or ten years old watch the jungle and they really like her… She’d be good on a show like Blue Peter. Something where she can get stuck into some challenges.”

An unnamed insider told The Daily Star that the London-born will now take an extended break from reality shows.

Source: Unilad