The Reform Party has sent an email round to subscribers begging them to go ‘against the establishment’ and vote for its founder, Nigel Farage, to be crowned King of the Jungle.
Chairman and close friend of Nigel, Richard Tice, 59, addressed the Party’s followers in an email with the subject line, ‘Make sure Nigel is crowned King of the Jungle on Sunday’.
Nigel founded the party in 2018 alongside financial businesswoman Catherine Blaiklock and Richard has led the party since 2021.
The email sent on Friday read: ‘Over the last few weeks, our man has been superb standing for Brexit in the face of Remainder campmates who have constantly challenged his views on air.’
The former UKIP leader was asked by campmate Nella Rose, 26, why ‘all black people’ hated him and was berated by Frenchman Fred Sirieix, 51, for his ‘shameful’ Brexit campaign.
Nigel Farage has made it down to the final four contestants on this year’s I’m A Celebrity and Reform leader Richard Tice thinks he can go all the way and win the series
Richard Tice, 59, addressed the Party’s followers in an email with the subject line, ‘Make sure Nigel is crowned King of the Jungle on Sunday’
The email from Richard also referenced the latest clip of Nigel taking off his shirt while singing karaoke which has since been seen by thousands on X and TikTok.
Richard wrote: ‘He even stunned viewers by giving his own karaoke rendition of Right Said Fred’s classic I’m Too Sexy. It stole the show.
‘Remember, Nigel is not the bookies’ favourite to win. The establishment will try everything to prevent him from winning. Nigel has won against the establishment before and once again he needs your help to beat them. Let’s help him become King of the Jungle.’
The email contained a link to download the I’m a Celebrity app and included the voting number at the bottom.
Richard has been vocal about Nigel’s time in the jungle and last week blasted ITV for their attempt to ‘cancel’ Nigel by airing a video in which the former UKIP leader makes a racial slur.
GB News presenter Richard slammed the ‘ITV wokerati’ and claimed I’m a Celeb had ‘become rather dull’.
Richard added: ‘The last thing they want is for Nigel to win it. And so the production staff, they’re cutting him out.’
The idea of Nigel’s win ‘going against the establishment’ is a common slogan used by his fans on X and TikTok along with ‘Nigel for the win’.
The email from Richard referenced some of Nigel’s antics in camp, including him taking off his shirt while singing karaoke
The Reform Party sent an email round to subscribers urging them to go ‘against the establishment’ and vote for its founder, Nigel Farage, to be crowned King of the Jungle
It comes after Nigel’s publicity team were accused of ‘stopping at nothing’ in an attempt to win fans by decorating social media feeds with mocked-up pictures of him being projected onto well-known sites.
In one image the Brexit Party founder is seen on the side of one of London’s famous black cabs and another shows him on a billboard on the side of a building in New York’s Times Square.
It was claimed Nigel’s team would ‘stop at nothing’ as they were desperate to see him win over the public and be crowned King of the Jungle this year, but they insist they are not trying to force a triumph on his behalf.
A representative for Nigel told MailOnline: ‘Throughout his time in the jungle, Nigel’s team have continued to think of innovative and fun ways to help spread the word as we became concerned that he was being denied TV time.’