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Breaking News – Viewers call I’m A Celebrity a fix after Toff wins

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Fans of I’m a Celebrity… Get me Out of Here have called on ITV to release viewing figures in the wake of Georgia Toffolo’s victory on Sunday night – because they’re convinced the result was a fix.Her cheerful nature and bravery in the face of stomach-churning jungle challenges made the Made in Chelsea star – nicknamed Toff – a firm audience favourite.But some viewers have now suggested her victory was assured long before she was crowned the 2017 Queen of the Jungle on Sunday.Fans have claimed producers deliberately ensured the Made in Chelsea star, nicknamed ‘Toff’, was given more air-time than her fellow contestants, in a subtle bid to influence voting.When Toff pipped actor Jamie Lomas and radio presenter Iain Lee to the post on Sunday night, it prompted one fan to brand the result a ‘f***ing farce’ – before demanding the channel make its voting stats public.Some even accused ITV of clever editing in a bid to portray the 23-year-old in an way that will appeal to voters, with one pointing out we haven’t seen ‘95% of of the day’ in camp.Toff has already been predicted to make a whopping £5million off the back of her win, with ITV reportedly fighting against E4 – home of the show that made her famous, Made in Chelsea – to hire her as a presenter, as well as plotting a spin-off show of her own.She won the hearts of viewers thanks to her fearlessness while taking on trials, which included being locked underground while bugs were poured on top of her.But despite her unexpectedly game attitude to being plucked from her cosseted world and deposited in the bush with little more than a toothbrush, many fans of the show remain convinced her victory was assured from the outset.One tweeted: ‘Heavily editing Toff tonight so she gets all the airtime. Producers must have had a tenner on her!”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,’ another posted.A third wrote: ‘OMG it’s Toff, not like we’ve all known that since they started giving her the most air time on day 1.”So from the very 1st show I said Toff would win because of her airtime – next year I’m defo gonna place a bet and be rich,’ a fourth agreed.Toff has already appeared on ITV shows This Morning and Good Morning Britain to talk about her win.She is also confirmed to appear on Sunday Brunch this weekend.The demographic who are most likely to vote for I’m A Celebrity winners is 16-24 year olds, an age bracket that Toff fits in to herself.The series has also included many shots of her washing in the jungle show, clad in just skimpy bikinis.MailOnline has contacted ITV and is awaiting comment.ITV could benefit from Georgia’s win, as it’s reported that they’re keen to sign her up for more shows on the channel.According to the Mirror, ITV2 is keen to give the reality star her own series, and even envisage the 23-year-old as a presenter for their channel next year.A source said: ‘Georgia is in a enviable position now. S
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