I'M A Celebrity star Nigel Farage looked like he'd lost a lot of weight as he sunk pints after leaving the jungle.
Politican Nigel, 59, seemed in great spirits as he necked a cold one after finishing third on the ITV show.
But it's not the first Aussie pub he's visited in recent weeks, as many viewers will remember he enjoyed a trip to the Jungle Arms.
The former UKIP leader, thought to have been paid £1.5m for his Celeb appearance, was swarmed by locals during his surprise visit to the boozer.
Looking smart in a light blue shirt and tan trousers, Nigel laughed hysterically while posing for photos.
Nigel was booted out of camp last night, coming in third place behind reality TV star Sam Thompson and Championship boxer Tony Bellew.
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He's now plotting his political comeback, hinting at rejoining the Conservative party for the next general election.
The Brexit maestro was quizzed on Good Morning Britain on whether he had used his time on I’m A Celeb to groom the public for his political comeback.
He said: “I am looking at a Conservative party that is effectively in shambles. Rishi is a lame duck walking.
“As to whether I have a future in politics I have no idea right at this moment. What I will say is 'never say never.'”
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However, after being pushed further by Ed Balls he admitted that if there was a change of leadership in the Tory party then he would consider running in the next general election.
He said: “If some of those things happen – do you know what? It might happen.”
Nigel is the former leader of the Brexit Party and served as a MEP for South East England from 1999 to 2020.
He was also the leader of UKIP from 2006 to 2009 and again from 2010 to 2016.
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