Frankie was overcome by emotion after receiving the special message from his superstar sister.
‘Celebrity Big Brother’ contestant Frankie Grande got a special surprise inside the house on Friday, when he received a video message from his famous sister Ariana Grande. Frankie is entering his final week in the house and is now one of just eight contestants battling to be this series' winner.
“Hi Frankie it’s me, your sister,” Ariana began the message. “I just wanted to say how much I love you and how proud I am of you. I’ve been watching, and you’re killing it and I’m so pound of you for being fan favourite every week."
“I love you and I’m proud of you for being yourself. I miss you so much, and I can’t wait to see you. I have so much to tell you and so much music to play you, I can’t wait for you to come out. Come home soon. Not too soon, win soon, then come home.”
Frankie was extremely emotional after receiving the message and began crying as his fellow housemates comforted him. Blowing a kiss to the screen he told his sister, "I love you,” as he burst into tears. On twitter Frankie’s mother also showed her support, tweeting: “Ariana loves him so much... So happy he saw her message!! #Brother/Sister.”
After receiving the message Frankie told housemate Sam Fox that he was happy when his sister had outed him in an interview years ago. Frankie said that Ariana had described how she was bullied at school because of her brother’s sexuality. “I was like, ‘thank you’ that was a weight off my chest,” he told Sam.
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