Nigel Farage left gasping for air as he mutters 'I can't do this' in brutal I'm A Celeb trial preview

Nigel Farage

Nigel Farage struggles for air in the latest trial

Alex Davies

By Alex Davies

Published: 29/11/2023

- 11:43

Updated: 29/11/2023

- 12:02

The GB News star has taken on the latest trial alongside Nick Pickard

Nigel Farage has a tough time of things in the latest I'm A Celebrity trial after he and Nick Pickard were chosen to take on In Too Deep.

The pair are confined to a claustrophobic container filled with water and have to submerge themselves in order to unscrew the stars below.

In a first-look clip of the trial, Farage does his best to dive underwater to try and loosen the stars but it proves a rather difficult task to complete.

After taking a few seconds to catch his breath, the clip begins with Dec shouting: "Down he goes!"

Farage heads underwater to try and reach the star but soon pops back up gasping for air.

"I can't do this," Farage mutters under his breath, which prompts a concerned Ant to comment: "He's shaking his head."

Nick Pickard and Nigel Farage

Nick Pickard and Nigel Farage take on the In Too Deep trial


However, a determined Farage doesn't yell out the show's famous catchphrase and instead dives back down for another go.

As Farage scrambles to try and unscrew the star, Ant notices his struggles as he says: "He just can't get purchase on it, can he?"

Farage emerges looking deflated once again as he tries to catch his breath before Dec shares some advice.

"Maybe use the rungs of the ladder to help you on the way down," Dec tells him.

"Come on, Nige! You can do it mate," Pickard yells from the adjoining chamber as Farage goes back down for another go.

But Farage's luck still appears to be out as he comes back for air once again shaking his head.

"That was better though, Nige," Ant yells in an attempt to encourage the GB News star. "Keep going!"

But will Farage and Pickard do enough to bag plenty of stars in order to feed camp?

Farage submerges himself in the water

Farage submerges himself in the water to try and grab the star


Fans will have to tune into Wednesday's episode to find out for sure and, hopefully, see more of Farage in action.

ITV has come under fire in recent days for seemingly limiting Farage's airtime, including the omission of an unmissable debate about Donald Trump.

However, ITV has told GB News this wasn't as a result of pressure from advertisers and was merely an editing decision.

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