I'm a Celebrity
Hundreds of viewers complained after remarks made by Lorraine during the former UKIP leader's I'm A Celebrity stint.
The presenting duo apparently had a very different favourite for the jungle crown earlier in the week.
The MasterChef star was forced to step away from the show last month on medical grounds.
The controversial series didn't exactly go out on a high...
Here's exactly how I'm A Celebrity viewers voted during this year's final.
It was previously reported the former UKIP leader had become the highest-paid campmate in I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here! history.
"I wonder what was said..."
The latest series of I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here! has been among the most controversial ever.
The First Dates star has also shared his side of the story.
The YouTube personality has spoken out about her previous confrontation with the First Dates star.
About I'm a Celebrity
I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!' is an ITV reality series that sees a bunch of well known faces dumped in the Australian jungle and forced to live together in a camp. Hosts Ant and Dec (and Holly Willoughby in 2018) then put them through a series of Bushtucker Trials in order to win food to eat, before the public begin to vote them off when one of them is then crowned the King or Queen of the Jungle. The first series aired in 2002 and was won by Tony Blackburn, with Phil Tufnell, Kerry Katona, Joe Pasquale, Carol Thatcher, Matt Willis, Christopher Biggins, Joe Swash, Gino D'Acampo, Stacey Solomon, Dougie Poynter, Charlie Brooks, Kian Egan, Carl Fogarty and Vicky Pattison going on to win subsequent series. The 2016 run features contestants Adam Thomas, Carol Vorderman, Jordan Banjo, Joel Dommett, Larry Lamb, Lisa Snowdon, Ola Jordan, Sam Quek, Scarlett Moffatt and Wayne Bridge. This year also sees the introduction of new ITV2 spin-off show 'Extra Camp', which will be hosted by former show champs Vicky Pattison, Stacey Solomon and Joe Swash alongside comic Chris Ramsay.