So there we have it. Toff has won I’m a Celebrity 2017. But what’s this? A conspiracy!
Intent skeptical viewers of the ITV show have noticed ‘proof’ that Georgia Toffolo won the series right from the very start.
But how can that be when the start is not the end and the end is not the start? Well…
According to some, the Made in Chelsea star received more airtime than any other contestant, thus quashing the hopes of the public seeing a better side to some of the ‘bullies’ of the camp like Dennis Wise and Amir Khan.
Toff, the bookies favourite, is rumoured to be commencing work on her own ITV2 series.
One viewer wrote:
So from the very 1st show I said Toff would win because of her airtime - next rear I'm def [sic] gonna place a bet and be rich.
Toff was really lovely and had a great can-do spirit, but she was so clearly positioned by ITV with a premium of airtime to win. If Shappi had gotten even half of Toff's screen time she would have made it a lot further.
— Just Jack (@JSonofbod) December 10, 2017
#ImACeleb heavily editing toff tonight so she gets all the air time. Producers must have had a tenner on her!
— Gareth Frost (@gazfrost3) December 10, 2017
A source 'close to Toff' told the Mirror:
Georgia is in an enviable position now. She will be in the next series of Made in Chelsea, but beyond that there are lots of options and lots of interest.
The last two winners of I'm A Celebrity were female, in Scarlett Moffatt and Vicky Pattison, and both have ended up working with ITV on projects.
But Channel 4 will be keen to keep Toff as one of their stars on E4 as she also recently appeared on their Celebs Go Dating series. So she will have some tough decisions to make in terms of TV, but the future looks very bright.
There is going to be some real competition to make her good offers.
A TV source said:
She was a big star on E4 but is undoubtedly now a much bigger TV personality in the mainstream thanks to ITV, and they would like to keep her and work with her more.
It's a real old-fashioned TV tug of war between the channels.
In a post-victory interview, Toff said she wished to prove the haters wrong and show that she's more than just reality TV and bush tucker trials.