Angelique 'Frenchy' Morgan , Sham Ibrahim - Celebrity 'Big Brother' and 'Botched' star, Frenchy Morgan hosts her music video release of 'Frenchy Mafia' with Pop artist Sham Ibrahim at The Reserve Night Club at The Reserve Night Club - Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 18th June 2016
Amid rumours that there might be TWO 'Big Brother' houses this year, Rylan told fans to keep following the show's social media accounts.
‘Big Brother's Bit On the Side’ host Rylan Clark-Neal has teased a potentially significant format change to the reality TV mainstay, although he has begged his fans to stop asking him for more housemate news on social media after revealing the new contestants were going “into hiding”.
The showbiz presenter – and former winner of 'Celebrity Big Brother' in 2011 – appeared on ITV’s ‘This Morning’ on Wednesday (June 1st) to hint that a big twist to the long-running show was in the pipeline, and told fans to keep their eyes glued to Twitter for the latest news.
At the same time, he also said that he had almost revealed too much and that he wouldn’t be commenting on any further news until the new series begins next week, on Tuesday June 7th on Channel 5.
This is what reality TV was made for.
It's nice to see that Nikki Grahame hasn't lost any of the charm she displayed on the UK version of 'Big Brother' ten years ago, as she brings her legendary tantrums to the small screen once again for the fourth season of 'Big Brother Canada'.
Nikki Grahame is still her melodramatic self
Deja vu much! Any 'Big Brother' fanatic will remember series 7 back in 2006. Viewing figures reached 4.7 million as no less than 22 housemates passed in and out of the house over a period of 93 days. Tourettes sufferer Pete Bennett was the winner, with Imogen Thomas and Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace featuring among the other housemates. Sure, it wasn't as popular as series 3 which starred Jade Goody, but it came close, and one of the people that was largely down to was Nikki Grahame, then 23.
Stephanie Davies , Jeremy McConnell - 'Celebrity Big Brother' contestants step out for dinner together at Circus bar in Soho at Celebrity Big Brother - London, United Kingdom - Friday 26th February 2016
Having met in the 'Celebrity Big Brother' house, Davis and McConnell are already talking about marriage.
Outside of the goldfish bowl of the ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ house, things seem to be moving increasingly quickly for Stephanie Davis and Jeremy McConnell, with the pair apparently already talking about the possibility of marriage despite their short romance.
22 year old English actress Stephanie, most famous for her former role as Sinead O’Connor in Channel 4 soap ‘Hollyoaks’, emerged from ‘CBB’ with her profile enhanced, partially as a result of her romance with fellow housemate McConnell and breaking up with her ex Sam Reece.
Stephanie Davis with her ex-boyfriend Sam Reece in September 2015
Continue reading: 'CBB' Couple Stephanie Davis And Jeremy McConnell Are Moving In Together
She's getting these stars back into shape.
This year's 'Celebrity Big Brother' is turning out to be quite the firestorm with multiple walk-outs, immoral behaviour and full-blown rows happening left, right and centre. If housemates didn't think things could get any worse, they could be about to be proved very wrong by the arrival of TV nutritionist Gillian Mckeith.
Gillian McKeith will take away housemates' booze, ciggies and sweets
Reports have claimed that McKeith, who's most famous for her diet show 'You Are What You Eat', will return to reality TV by raising hell in the Big Brother house, though not as a contestant. She will apparently show up to teach these indulgent stars some discipline, by forbidding alcohol, cigarettes and sugary food. Basically banning everything that's keeping the celebrities sane after a hectic three weeks confined together with nothing but each other for entertainment.
Continue reading: Gillian McKeith To Stir Up Trouble In 'Celebrity Big Brother'
She wants outta there!
No-one seems to be enjoying themselves on this year's edition of 'Celebrity Big Brother'. There's already been tragic news for one housemate, formal warnings for at least four, and two people have left of their own accord. And it's only been a couple of weeks! Angie Bowie is apparently the latest to quit.
Angie Bowie desperate to leave the Big Brother house
It seems all the drunken partying is becoming too much for the 66-year-old ex-wife of David Bowie. After failing to get to sleep on Monday night (January 18th 2016), she got into a pretty foul mood. First she tried leaving the house through the front door by banging on it repeatedly, and when that didn't work she stormed into the Diary Room and demanded that they call her a cab and get her home.
Continue reading: Angie Bowie Rages At Big Brother To Get Her An Uber
David Gest leaves, Stephanie Davis loses it - what next?
Even if you don't watch the show, you can't help but know exactly what's going on in the 'Celebrity Big Brother' house. It's become one of the most dramatic shows on TV for all the wrong reasons; with death, racism, sexual tension penetrating the air, it's no wonder two contestants have already walked.
Stephanie Davis has created a firestorm
So, the drama kicked off with UKIP spokesman Winston McKenzie predictably annoying the public with his views on same-sex relationships and same-sex adoption, and he eventually got a formal warning from Big Brother not for putting across his bigoted views, but for making Nancy Dell'Olio feel uncomfortable with his sexual advances. Though neither can cause any drama now since they have both been evicted.
Continue reading: Celebrity Big Brother: The Most Dramatic Moments So Far
More additions include Daniella Westbrook and David Gest.
Yes, it's that time again; 'Celebrity Big Brother' is set to bring another set of semi-celebrities together for another stretch of high tensions, mind games, tears and tantrums, and potential love affairs. The line-up was leaked ahead of the official announcement, but it turns out that the rumours are true for this year's set.
Gemma Collins goes from 'I'm A Celeb...' to 'Celebrity Big Brother'
This year's group consists of soap actors, reality stars, international socialites and, for good measure, a politician. Most of them are cast-offs from 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here', though 'Big Brother' could prove to be even more of a rough ride than the jungle - even despite being well fed.
Continue reading: Gemma Collins Leads Line-Up For 'Celebrity Big Brother' 2016
Dustin Diamond, the 37-year-old actor best known for his role as Screech in 'Saved by the Bell', has been arrested for allegedly stabbing a man in a Wisconsin bar.
Dustin Diamond, the actor best known for playing Screech in Saved By The Bell, has been arrested after being involved in a bar brawl which allegedly left one man injured.
Dustin Diamond was arrested after a bar brawl.
The competition is heating up at the BB household.
Congratulations, you’ve made it to Friday. Now here’s your reward – a recap of last night’s Big Brother episode. Yes, we’re sorry, but not much. Spoilers below this point, in case it wasn't obvious.
The former boxing champ has caused outrage with his archaic views of homosexuality
Evander Holyfield entered the Celebrity Big Brother house on Friday, 3 January, and his gentle giant demeanour made him one of the early favourites to take home the crown when the umpteenth season of the the reality show draws to an end. It took him mere hours to end all hopes of staying in the show until the end and simultaneously become one of the most publicly despised men in Britain.
Evander seemed to have a good chance in the house at first