Nigel Farage and Nella Rose argued over cultural appropriation on the latest episode of 'I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!'.

Nigel Farage became embroiled in a row with his campmate

Nigel Farage became embroiled in a row with his campmate

The 59-year-old politician and Nella, 26, became involved in a debate about cultural appropriation, after some of the other campers mimicked her accent.

Speaking to Fred Sirieix, Farage said: "If you say that Fred, they call it cultural appropriation."

Nella then replied: "Everyone doing my accent. Is that cultural appropriation?"

Farage subsequently claimed that people only criticise "when it suits".

Asked to elaborate on his view, Farage added: "If a white person does a black accent, that's considered to be a crime - they are cancelled."

On the other hand, Nella argued that it "depends on the context".

The duo then disagreed over what's appropriate to wear to a fancy dress party.

Farage - who previously led the UK Independence Party - later added: "There is enormous confusion. I'm no further forward about what is acceptable and what is not."

Nella, on the other hand, turned to Josie Gibson to air her frustrations.

She said: "I'm just gonna focus on the people who are nice."

Nella also voiced her concerns in a piece to camera.

She shared: "I'm so disappointed in him. We’ve been getting on so well. Bro, we live together. These are your thoughts!"

Meanwhile, Nella was exempt from the latest Bushtucker Trial after she went to visit the show's medics.

ITV said in a statement: "For medical reasons, Nella Rose is being treated by the show's on-site medics and will be returning to camp shortly. As a result, she is exempt from the next trial."

Farage and Nick Pickard are now set to take on the next trial.

The duo are poised to face a challenge known as In Too Deep and scenes from the trial will air on the next episode of the show.