Winner of '​I'm A Celebrity' Toff Has Already Been Offered A Job On 'Good Morning Britain'

After being crowned Queen of the Jungle in this year's I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!, Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo already has the job offers rolling in thick and fast - including one from Good Morning Britain, no less.


The Made in Chelsea star was crowned Queen of the Jungle last night, pipping Hollyoaks' Jamie Lomas to the win after seeing off other a-listers such as third-placed Iain Lee.

Her triumph came as little surprise to most people, having reportedly been the most backed contestant ever - winning viewers over with her positive, never shying away from a challenge (or showing the boys how it's done) and just generally being likeable and a massive laugh.

Speaking to Piers and Susanna on this morning's show, she said: "What would I like to do moving forward? I want to do what you guys do. I want to try it. But I mean, who knows?

"I'm so overwhelmed. This morning I was swinging on my hammock happy as Larry and now I'm sat at the Versace hotel with the crown on my head just taking every minute as it comes right now."

"We could have a vacancy on this desk, that's no problem at all," Piers responded.

Susanna chimed in: "Yeah you can come and sit next to me any morning you like!"

"We always like to rejuvenate the cast," Piers added.

Good Morning Britain / ITV

It's expected that this won't be her first job, either. According to Mark Borkowski, head of Borkowski PR, Toff will be inundated with lingerie and fashion deals, endorsement offers and maybe even a book deal.

"She's got a very bright future in front of her," said Mark, speaking to The Sun Online. "She won't be an immediate millionaire but she's on the road to make a million.

"She's TV gold, isn't she? She' obviously got a lingerie deal - she's had a lot of bikinis in there.

"She's a smart girl, she's definitely got a future."

I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here / ITV

Last year's winner, Gogglebox's Scarlett Moffatt, reportedly walked away with £70,000 ($96,000) - less than half what some other contestants were paid.

However, she's not done badly at all, having scored a fitness DVD and landing a presenting spot on this year's Extra Camp spin-off show.

We'd be up for seeing Toff on morning TV - what do you reckon?

Featured Image Credit: I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here / Good Morning Britain / ITV

Jess Hardiman

Jess Hardiman is a journalist who graduated from Manchester University with a BA in Film Studies, English Language and Literature, and has previously worked for Time Out and The Skinny among others.

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