Katie Price believes 'I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!' viewers can be "swayed" by the editing process.
The 45-year-old TV star appeared on the ITV show back in 2004, and Katie has claimed that the editing can have a huge influence over the outcome of the series.
She told GB News: "A lot of the editing can be swayed by who they want to sway to win."
Katie also revealed that she's fond of current 'I'm a Celebrity' contestant Nigel Farage.
The TV star insisted that "everyone deserves a chance".
She shared: "I've met Nigel a few times, he has interviewed me. I like Nigel. The politics side, I stay out of, but as a person, I have no problem with him and I like him.
"What people have got to remember, when you're in that jungle, it shouldn't matter what you do as a living.
"You're all in it together, surviving. I think it is a way to get to know a person. He is a human being at the end of the day, and everyone deserves a chance."
Nigel, 59, has reportedly received a record fee for his appearance on the show.
However, an insider recently claimed that ITV bosses have been underwhelmed by his impact so far.
The source told the Daily Mirror newspaper: "People I know working on the show think Farage is one of the least interesting campmates ever.
"He is very boring and producers have struggled with fun storylines to show a different side to him.
"He's good for Brexit and culture wars stuff, but outside of that, the local wildlife is more entertaining than he is.
"One example is a few of them were talking about their favourite movies and he couldn't come up with a single one! Politics is his life and basically outside of that he's got no personality."