I’m A Celeb’s Georgia Toffolo not impressed by her crush


She faced a ribbing from her This Morning colleagues following a flirty exchange with MP Jacob Rees-Mogg.

Yet, Georgia ‘Toff’ Toffolo has admitted that she didn’t find the politician as ‘dishy’ in real life after she previously called him a ‘sex god’ during her time in the Jungle.

Speaking on Thursday’s This Morning, the 23-year-old revealed that she does still ‘love’ the Tory MP.

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'Dish': Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo has admitted that she didn't find MP Jacob Rees-Mogg as 'dishy' in real life after she previously called him a 'sex god' during her time in the Jungle

'Dish': Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo has admitted that she didn't find MP Jacob Rees-Mogg as 'dishy' in real life after she previously called him a 'sex god' during her time in the Jungle

‘Dish’: Georgia ‘Toff’ Toffolo has admitted that she didn’t find MP Jacob Rees-Mogg as ‘dishy’ in real life after she previously called him a ‘sex god’ during her time in the Jungle

She shared: ‘I can’t say he [Rees-Mogg] was as dishy in real life! But he was fantastic all the same. Absolutely love him.’

Despite coming face-to-face with her crush, she hit back at the conservative party for ‘spinning’ her appearance with them to look like she wanted to collaborate with them on a new campaign.  

‘It was a fantastic time. It was a massive bucket list thing,’ she said of the meeting in Parliament. ‘But then they span it into this huge political story that I had been there to start campaigning – that was a load of nonsense. 

‘I hated that. It makes you not want to do anything and I don’t want to work with them on campaigns and stuff. I thought it was really cheeky of them. I want to be really neutral.’

Still a fan: Speaking on Thursday's This Morning, the 23-year-old revealed that she does still 'love' the Tory MP

Still a fan: Speaking on Thursday's This Morning, the 23-year-old revealed that she does still 'love' the Tory MP

Still a fan: Speaking on Thursday’s This Morning, the 23-year-old revealed that she does still ‘love’ the Tory MP

'There was a little frisson!' Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby teased Georgia on This Morning on Thursday for the 'sexual tension' between her and Jacob Rees-Mogg... after she openly called him a 'Sex God'

'There was a little frisson!' Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby teased Georgia on This Morning on Thursday for the 'sexual tension' between her and Jacob Rees-Mogg... after she openly called him a 'Sex God'

‘There was a little frisson!’ Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby teased Georgia on This Morning on Thursday for the ‘sexual tension’ between her and Jacob Rees-Mogg… after she openly called him a ‘Sex God’

Her discussion comes after This Morning viewers saw Rees-Mogg urging Theresa May to enlist the help of the Made In Chelsea star to reach out to young voters after meeting her.  

And Toff faced a ribbing from her This Morning co-stars Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield, after her encounter at Parliament with the 48-year-old politician.

Speaking about the I’m A Celebrity… winner’s Winston Churchill piece – which will be aired at the end of this week on This Morning – Holly and Phil teased her about the ‘sexual tension’ between her and Rees-Mogg.

A clip of Toff meeting the Conservative showed her saying: ‘I must apologise for calling you a sex god. I’m so sorry!’ Toff indeed referred to Rees-Mogg as such, when she left the jungle last month.

Aspiring MP: The Made In Chelsea star, who has been a Conservative Party member since she was a teenager, spoke to a string of top Tories as she visited Westminster to film the Churchill piece on Wednesday

Aspiring MP: The Made In Chelsea star, who has been a Conservative Party member since she was a teenager, spoke to a string of top Tories as she visited Westminster to film the Churchill piece on Wednesday

Aspiring MP: The Made In Chelsea star, who has been a Conservative Party member since she was a teenager, spoke to a string of top Tories as she visited Westminster to film the Churchill piece on Wednesday

What a tease: Holly said 'Flirting followed by Churchill. It’s the poshest thing I’ve ever seen on television!'

What a tease: Holly said 'Flirting followed by Churchill. It’s the poshest thing I’ve ever seen on television!'

What a tease: Holly said ‘Flirting followed by Churchill. It’s the poshest thing I’ve ever seen on television!’

Rees-Mogg replied: ‘I was mildly embarrassed but enormously flattered.’

Back in the studio, Holly said: ‘Flirting followed by Churchill. It’s the poshest thing I’ve ever seen on television!’ Phillip laughed: ‘There was a sexual tension there. A little frisson.’

Rees-Mogg – who is married to Helena de Chair and has been since 2007 – said Downing Street would be ‘very wise’ to use Toff as their new poster girl as she understands ‘how to reach a bigger audience’.

The Made In Chelsea star, who has been a Conservative Party member since she was a teenager, spoke to a string of top Tories as she visited Westminster to film the Churchill piece.

Big fan: Rees-Mogg - who is married to Helena de Chair and has been since 2007 - said Downing Street would be 'very wise' to use Toff as their new poster girl as she understands 'how to reach a bigger audience'

Big fan: Rees-Mogg - who is married to Helena de Chair and has been since 2007 - said Downing Street would be 'very wise' to use Toff as their new poster girl as she understands 'how to reach a bigger audience'

Big fan: Rees-Mogg – who is married to Helena de Chair and has been since 2007 – said Downing Street would be ‘very wise’ to use Toff as their new poster girl as she understands ‘how to reach a bigger audience’

Rees-Mogg told Mail Online: ‘I would certainly encourage the Conservative Party to benefit from her appeal as far as possible and take all the advice she is willing to give.

‘I think she has two million followers on Instagram and that is rather more than the Conservative Party sadly – indeed it is probably about 100 times what the Conservative Party has.’

Elsewhere, the reality star revealed in her in-depth chat with This Morning on Thursday that she is set to launch a self-confidence campaign with the much-loved mid-morning stalwart.   

Having been open about her struggles with her skin, Georgia admitted that she hopes her open discussion about her insecurities can help others in a similar situation. 

Support: Elsewhere, the reality star revealed in her in-depth chat with This Morning on Thursday that she is set to launch a self-confidence campaign with the much-loved mid-morning stalwart

Support: Elsewhere, the reality star revealed in her in-depth chat with This Morning on Thursday that she is set to launch a self-confidence campaign with the much-loved mid-morning stalwart

Support: Elsewhere, the reality star revealed in her in-depth chat with This Morning on Thursday that she is set to launch a self-confidence campaign with the much-loved mid-morning stalwart

‘I’ve struggled with my skin for years and I’ve actually, if I’m honest, really hidden,’ she added. ‘I was embarrassed and I didn’t like it. But I’ve realised that everyone has insecurities. 

‘So I felt it was the best way to do it, now that I’m in the limelight more than I was. I have to embrace that and speak about it.’

She also added that she her time on I’m A Celebrity helped alleviate her skin issues as she was restricted from gluten, wheat, sugar or salt and stress.

Insecurities: Having been open about her struggles with her skin, Georgia admitted that she hopes her open discussion about her insecurities can help others in a similar situation

Insecurities: Having been open about her struggles with her skin, Georgia admitted that she hopes her open discussion about her insecurities can help others in a similar situation

Insecurities: Having been open about her struggles with her skin, Georgia admitted that she hopes her open discussion about her insecurities can help others in a similar situation

‘When I was in the jungle my skin cleared up a lot,’ she explained. ‘In fact, it’s never been so good as it was in Australia and I can’t figure out what it is. We’re going to look into that on the show. 

‘When I came out and got back to my normal life and it really flared up again. We were on such basic rations of food, that may be a factor. Also, maybe the environment played a part. 

Adding: ‘I loved not having my phone and it’s really the first break I’ve had. I was in there three and a half weeks. It’s the first time off I’ve had since I left school. 

Stress: She also added that she her time on I'm A Celebrity helped alleviate her skin issues as she was restricted from gluten, wheat, sugar or salt and stress

Stress: She also added that she her time on I'm A Celebrity helped alleviate her skin issues as she was restricted from gluten, wheat, sugar or salt and stress

Stress: She also added that she her time on I’m A Celebrity helped alleviate her skin issues as she was restricted from gluten, wheat, sugar or salt and stress

Clear: She explained: 'When I was in the jungle my skin cleared up a lot. In fact, it’s never been so good as it was in Australia and I can’t figure out what it is. We’re going to look into that on the show'

Clear: She explained: 'When I was in the jungle my skin cleared up a lot. In fact, it’s never been so good as it was in Australia and I can’t figure out what it is. We’re going to look into that on the show'

Clear: She explained: ‘When I was in the jungle my skin cleared up a lot. In fact, it’s never been so good as it was in Australia and I can’t figure out what it is. We’re going to look into that on the show’

‘I went straight into working, so maybe the lack of stress – which is funny as some people would think being covered in bugs would be stressful. The food must have had a massive impact too. 

Continuing: ‘There was no gluten, no wheat, no sugar, no salt, nothing! I’m thinking of doing an allergy test. On This Morning we’re going to try and get to the bottom of the skin problem – as I’m sure it’s an issue that affects so many people out there. 

‘I think stress might play the biggest part because I got it so late. Basically, it started when I began on television. It was really late. I didn’t really have any spots at school, there’s no family history of it either.’ 

Environment: She added: 'When I came out and got back to my normal life and it really flared up again. We were on such basic rations of food, that may be a factor. Also, maybe the environment played a part'

Environment: She added: 'When I came out and got back to my normal life and it really flared up again. We were on such basic rations of food, that may be a factor. Also, maybe the environment played a part'

Environment: She added: ‘When I came out and got back to my normal life and it really flared up again. We were on such basic rations of food, that may be a factor. Also, maybe the environment played a part’

 





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