She’s already Queen of the Jungle but could Georgia ‘Toff’ Toffolo soon become Queen of Daytime TV as well?
During an appearance on This Morning on Thursday, the I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! winner was offered a role on the show by none other than Phillip Schofield himself!
While talking about Toff’s fascination with law and politics, Phillip said: “You could be our political correspondent!”
“Imagine!” gasped Toff.
“I am imagining!” replied Phil, adding: “I already have the framework of the deal in my head!”
Well, viewers certainly wouldn’t say no!
Toff spoke on the show about wanting to get young people more involved in politics.
“I’ve spoken about politics a lot over the years and the main issue I championed was general engagement in politics,” she said.
“If you don’t agree with me, great, tell me why.
“People might laugh at my interest in politics as reality TV doesn’t tend to go hand in hand [with it]. And there’s the blonde hair. And I tend to go out a lot.”
Toff arrived back in the UK yesterday after winning I’m A Celebrity 2017 on Sunday night with a whopping 71 per cent of the vote.
“It’s really overwhelming,” she said.
“I am normally so talkative but when it all happened I didn’t have anything to say!
“It was just so amazing. All the fans, the press… I’ve never had that before. Of course, I’ve been on Made In Chelsea, but this is a different level. Coming through arrivals [at the airport], the kindness of people coming to the airport just to say hi to me.”
Toff added: “I really thought no one would like me in there, so to hear that [about the voting stats], I don’t know what I was worrying about! What an honour!”
The reality star, 23, said she signed up for the jungle in order to have a life experience.
“I left school and went straight into Made In Chelsea,” she explained.
“I have a lovely life but I’ve never had any challenges. Friends went off on gap years, I stayed in London. When the opportunity arose, I said, ‘Go on, do it. See if you can prove to yourself you’re strong.’ I never thought I’d do the things I did in there.”
Toff said she really enjoyed her jungle experience – even if she was a tad miffed when Jamie Lomas made that remark suggesting she wasn’t as strong as the boys.
“It’s the only thing that grinds my gears. I’m so passive,” she said.
“Obviously, biologically, men are bigger, which is an annoying fact of life, but doing the jungle made me realise women more than make up for it mentally.
“We all pulled our weight in there.”
Toff also spoke during the interview about struggling with her skin for the last ten years.
She was allowed to bring foundation into the jungle by show bosses, despite make-up usually being a banned item in camp.
“If I’m being honest, I kind of hid behind make-up,” she said.
“I would never have admitted that before the jungle. I wear a lot of make-up to cover up my spots and yes, that is just me.
“The amazing thing about the jungle is that obviously I’m allergic to something because my skin hasn’t been like this since I was 12 years old!
“I’m glad it’s been spoken about in the press. Yes, I took in foundation and I’m not ashamed to say I cover up my spots. Lots of people get them. It’s embarrassed me over the years but I’m a lot more confident now.”
This Morning airs weekdays at 10.30am on ITV.