Yes, that’s right, the politician everyone wishes they hadn’t heard of has joined the platform precisely noone has heard of - which is basically the UK’s answer to Cameo, where languishing celebrities record personalised messages to fans for extortionate prices.
British messages for British people.
In joining Thrillz, Farage joins a roster of some famous and some not so famous faces who also flog their wares for around £50 a video, and what a squad he’s now in.
Wow, Thrillz is really attracting the rich and famous and even the royal heights of the celebrity class, sort of.
We’re sure flag-waving Farage would love to work alongside the likes of royalty - though we know Harry’s not exactly his favourite, but for now he will have to settle with a lookalike who flogs messages for £45.
In another news, Thrillz also has an Ed Sheeran lookalike, who is a different person.
Barack Obama... lookalike
This is more like it, Farage is really mixing with the most prestigious of politicians... or their lookalikes. Fake Obama charges between £200 and £2000 for a little vid, so even knock off politicians are deemed more valuable than Farage, who’s starting price is £74.
Farage has finally got a politician friend to hang out with in the virtual world of Thrillz - it’s just a shame it’s George Galloway.
Galloway - who is still yet to eat his hat over a failed election prediction - says he’s temporarily unavailable (perhaps prepping his hat in the oven) but it’s nice Thrillz has a healthy balance of right-wing “characters” and left-wing “characters”.
McKeith - once known for excavating people’s crap on television - can now be hired to chat s**t of a fortunately less literal kind for £500 a pop.
How much? £25. Ah, right. Yeah, you’re alright thanks.
Digby - or ‘that bloke off Made In Chelsea’ - is temporarily unavailable, according to his bio, but when he’s not busy doing whatever models and Z-list TV stars do (press ups maybe?), Digby does shout outs to random fans.