However, there are a handful of famous faces who've tried to stir up their fans into boycotting the series given Farage's inclusion.
Nigel Farage has been unveiled as one of this year's I'm A Celeb stars
One example is comedian Kathy Burke who took to X, formerly Twitter, following Suella Braverman's sacking on Monday to issue a petulant jibe at ITV and Farage.
She penned on the social media platform: "Quick, @itv there’s another hate baiting **** available."
Actor London Hughes also took issue with Farage's casting as she penned: "If I went on #ImACeleb and found out I was on the show with Nigel Farage, I’d leave and sue for racial negligence… but that’s just me."
And journalist and author Bella Mackie said on Instagram: "I sincerely hope people don’t watch I’m A Celebrity if he’s on it this year. For real. How is this entertainment?"
GB News presenter Nigel Farage is heading to the jungle
But Farage's fans are standing firm, with a number wishing him luck after he changed his X profile picture to his I'm A Celeb promo shot on Tuesday morning.
As well as Holmes and Neesom, fellow GB News star Darren Grimes also showed his support as he penned: "Farage is reportedly in the jungle this year. This will be the first time I've watched #ImACeleb in years!"
And Britain's Newsroom's Bev Turner and Andrew Pierce also threw their backing behind Farage amid the boycott moans.
Speaking on Tuesday's episode, Bev pondered: "We are delighted that Nigel Farage is gonna be in the jungle, but what do you think at home? There are people threatening to boycott the show, they don't like him, don't like his politics..."
Andrew interjected to hit out at those crying for viewers to switch off: "Good! Well, why boycott it? Why not go watch it and see what you really think? You'll see the other side of Nigel, the side we know really well.
"He's personable, he's fun, he's generous, he's good fun. And let me tell you, if you wanted to go down to the pub and it was a choice between Nigel Farage and David Cameron, it'd be Farage hands down!"
Farage spoke to GB News ahead of his trip to the jungle to explain exactly why he's decided to take on the challenge.
He explained: "The Brexit referendum was a long time ago, and a lot of younger people don’t know who I am or what I stand for.
"This is a really big chance to reach a big audience of young people which will be good for me and good for GB News as well.
“That’s one reason for doing it. Another reason is, that for over 40 years, I’ve lived by the clock.
“Whether that’s working in financial markets, working in the European Parliament, being a radio broadcaster, a speaker or presenter, I’ve lived by the numbers. “To go away from that for several weeks is a big challenge. To confront things that are obviously frightening.
“To deal with them and come through them is a really good challenge.”