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raceguy120390 wrote:Genuine question: Aside from the Angie Bowie/David Gest situation, which they couldn't have possibly predicted, when was the last time they cast someone solely to dish on their more famous ex and they didn't wind up being a dud (or Helen Wood)?
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Celebrity Big Brother is about to get political with the promise of a ‘culture clash of modern Britain’
Celebrity Big Brother is set to return this summer, and it looks like it’s going to be more controversial than ever with a rather relevant political theme.
From last year’s mass walk-out threats to that infamous ‘David’s dead’ moment, at this point, it was pretty safe to think that the programme had seen just about everything.
In its eighteenth series, the Big Brother bosses have focused on a topic sure to get those in and out of the house talking, with the brains behind the show revealing that the new series of the reality show is going to present a ‘culture clash of modern Britain’, starting with a revamp of the all seeing eye logo.Formed from a multi-coloured Union Jack flag, the design features a mix of images that are said to represent the UK including a polling station, security cameras and a hand grasping a sign that says ‘we are all immigrants’.
Channel 5 said: ‘This summer, Big Brother presents a must-watch culture clash of modern Britain.
‘At a time of political upheaval and tough questions about unity in the UK, Big Brother brings you an alternative look at Britain.’
The channel said this series would serve up a ‘summer of contrasts, conflicts and collaboration… and more fireworks than you could imagine, as a selection of people, from a range of backgrounds, come together in the ultimate social experiment.
‘The United Kingdom of Big Brother… and everyone is welcome.’
While there is a list of rumoured celebrity housemates, including the likes of Katie Price, The Cheeky Girls and reality star couple Charlotte Crosby and Stephen Bear, we can’t help but think they might throw in a few politically pumped housemates.
The first that comes to mind is the ever politically present, Russell Brand.
With his own YouTube news channel, The Trews, it’s safe to say that the comedian would have a fair share of things to say while under 24/7 surveillance.
The Trews is not to be confused with Donald Trump’s ‘fake news’, of course.
Perhaps a visit from pop princess turned mum of three, Lily Allen, would be the perfect ingredient to stir up opinions in the house?
While many may see her as the voice of the younger generation, if her interview on political journalist Robert Peston’s show last year is anything to go by, it could potentially get a little bit awkward.
But the most interesting character to be added to the house at this point in time would have to be Donald Trump’s ex-wife, Ivana Trump.
It wouldn’t be the star’s first visit to the house after her stint in 2010, but we’re guessing by the £2 million that CBB bosses have offered her to return to the show, that it might be the most explosive.
A source speaking with the Daily Star said: ‘ There’s every chance Ivana will reveal intimate or embarrassing information about Donald.’
Read more: http://metro.co.uk/2017/05/11/celebrity-big-brother-is-about-to-get-political-with-the-promise-of-a-culture-clash-of-modern-britain-6628604/#ixzz4giuVQmPB
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ohboy wrote:no one cares about the eye? ok, fine....i need someone to care about this eye and be so kind as to explain to me the significance of the trash pile at 10 o'clock. tyia.
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