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Being crowned Queen of the Jungle has earned Devon-born Toff, 23, a presenting slot on This Morning, covering the Oscars last week.
Excited about Todd's Tyneside visit, Voodoo Director Chris Williamson told Chronicle Live: "We're thrilled to have Toff joining us in the new year.
Asked which luxury she misses most, well-groomed Toff told ITV2: "My heated rollers at home.
What exactly Toff will be working on at Google is unknown, but the company is said to be ramping up its efforts to launch its own consumer-focused VR headset as it seeks to compete with Facebook, Sony and Samsung in what is one of the hottest markets in technology today.
Toff, a former child actor who starred in sitcoms such as "Ober da Bakod," "Billy Bilyonaryo," and "Haybol Rambol," said he wants to help the youth whom he believes are "vital to the community, because like me, they are energetic, passionate, and full of ideas.
TOFF aims to amplify those voices from the margins, to locate normalcy within the ostensibly abnormal, and to restore power and self-worth to individuals who at times feel these things are denied them.
Being a toff is not an offence, any more than belonging to many other minorities is.
The 27-year-old toff admitted that he'd never even been to Fife until he was selected as a candidate.
Reasons why you can go off someone no matter how delightful they are, part one: I'm A Celeb Queen, Toff, meets fellow toff with views from Tudor times and says she "admires" him.