It was a wet and rainy camp in tonight's explosive episode of I'm a Celebrity - and this year's first camp argument has already happened.

Ant and Dec opened the episode with a dig at former UKIP leader Nigel Farage. Pointing out that Farage never became an MP, the duo declared he can have the 'Munching Penis' title now - in reference to tonight's challenge.

Farage later bared all in the shower, revealing his backside to a shocked Josie Gibson.

Before long, politics was inevitably brought up. Farage called former Prime Minister Boris Johnson an "act", a "shambles", before Fred Sirieix brought up Brexit.

Fred called Nigel "shameful" for showing a poster concerning migrants in the Brexit lead-up. Something Farage defended, saying it was true.

Nigel later called Fred "daft" as other camp members left the pair to it. Fred, not backing down, said Nigel is responsible for the country being worse off, "red tape" was mentioned several times.

"The average person in the UK has lost out because of what you've done. We'll have to agree to disagree."

Will that be the end of Brexit? Doubtful.

I'm a Celebrity 2023

The new series of I’m A Celebrity launched on ITV on Sunday night, when Nigel Farage, Nella Rose and Josie Gibson were dropped in the middle of the outback.

Meanwhile, First Dates star Fred Sirieix, food critic Grace Dent, former Made In Chelsea star Sam Thompson and ex-EastEnders actress Danielle Harold had to climb down the side of a skyscraper to win food, while JLS singer Marvin Humes, Hollyoaks actor Nick Pickard and Jamie Lynn Spears, the sister of Britney Spears, had to skydive into a clearing before completing a bushtucker trial of their own.

The first episode of the new series had more than two million fewer viewers than last year.

An average of seven million viewers watched the return of the show on Sunday night, according to overnight ratings, and ITV reported a peak audience of 7.8 million.

The first episode of the 2022 series had an average audience of 9.1 million and a peak viewership of 10.3 million, according to ITV overnight ratings.