The former Hollyoaks star’s romance with the Irish hunk began last month when they appeared on ‘Celebrity Big Brother’.
Is Stephanie Davis and Jeremy McConnell’s romance over already? Just weeks after ‘falling in love’ as ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ housemates, the showbiz couple’s relationship is already said to be on the rocks, after McConnell posted a cryptic tweet on Saturday night.
Gemma's on-off boyfriend Stephen Mortimer has been sent back to prison for breaching the terms of his release after he moved into her house.
Gemma Collins’ boyfriend has reportedly been sent back to jail without her knowledge, as he apparently breached his conditions of being free on licence by agreeing to move in with the current ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ star.
While the former star of ‘The Only Way is Essex’ is taking part in the reality TV show, no doubt unaware of events, her partner Stephen Mortimer has been put back behind bars for another 28 days after he handed himself in to police following the breach of his licence terms.
Former 'TOWIE' star Gemma Collins entering the 'Celebrity Big Brother' house
Gest is the second housemate to walk out this series, following Jonathan Cheban.
David Gest has become the second housemate to walk out of this year’s ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ house, following Jonathan Cheban’s exit last week. Gest had been one of the favourites to win the series, but has now left ‘due to medical reasons’.
David Gest has left the ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ house.
On Sunday night’s episode David was seen resting in a special room, with a Channel 5 spokesperson explaining: ‘David has been unwell and given time to rest and recuperate in Big Brother’s spare bedroom within the house.’
Contestants John Partridge and Megan McKenna have both triggered many complaints over their remarks to (and about) Tiffany Pollard.
‘Celebrity Big Brother’ is yet again making headlines for controversial reasons, this time with some housemates becoming involved in a racism row after comments made to, and about, Tiffany Pollard.
Ofcom, the broadcasting watchdog, is assessing claims that comments housemates John Partridge said to Pollard, an American reality TV show star, were racially motivated. The comments in question came after Pollard was asked by housemates to leave the living room after she became hysterical after mistakenly thinking that contestant David Gest had died.
The remarks centred around Tiffany Pollard, an American reality TV star and contestant on 'CBB'
Continue reading: 'Celebrity Big Brother' Embroiled In Racism Row
Contestant Tiffany Pollard thought that Angie Bowie meant that fellow housemate David Gest had died.
‘Celebrity Big Brother’ has become embroiled in a new controversy, with viewers accusing the program makers of exploiting David Bowie’s death for a ratings boost after housemates had become involved in a row after misunderstanding who had actually died.
The late rock star’s first wife, Angie, is one of the contestants on the Channel 5 reality show this year, and was informed of her former husband’s passing by the ‘CBB’ team off air. Which some felt was bad enough, despite her decision to stay in the show.
'CBB' contestants thought that fellow housemate David Gest had died, rather than David Bowie
Rihanoff and her boyfriend Ben Cohen (her former dance partner on 'Strictly') are expecting their first baby in 2016.
The 36 year old Russian-born star, who entered the CBB house just four days ago with 15 other contestants, revealed the she and her boyfriend, former England rugby union star Ben Cohen, are expecting their first child together.
At around 8pm on Thursday night (January 7th), she shared her happy news with the rest of the house. “There was something [that] happened in my life before I came into the house over Christmas.”
Continue reading: Kristina Rihanoff Reveals On 'Celebrity Big Brother' That She's Pregnant
The former UKIP politician entered the house last night and immediately caused outrage after making homophobic comments during his introductory VT.
‘Celebrity Big Brother’ launched last night and already the show has come under fire after housemate Winston McKenzie was shown making homophobic comments during his introductory video. The politician was one of 16 celebrities to enter the ‘CBB’ house on Tuesday evening and there have already been calls for him to be removed from the house.
‘CBB’ housemate Winston McKenzie.
In the VT McKenzie said: “I’d cope with a homosexual in the house, I guess, I just have to be standing against a brick wall all the time.” Outraged viewers reacted quickly on twitter, questioning Channel 5’s decision to broadcast his blatantly homophobic comments.
Cheban is one of the rumoured housemates for the series, which begins on January 5th.
Kim Kardashian has seemingly confirmed that her best friend Jonathan Cheban is heading into the UK’s Celebrity Big Brother house on Tuesday. The PR guru appeared on an ‘official’ list of the 2016 housemates published by UK newspapers over the weekend and it seems Kim is already firmly behind her close friend.
Is Jonathan Cheban set for the ‘CBB’ house?
In a now deleted tweet, Kim said: ‘'OMGGGG I can't believe @JonathanCheban is doing celeb Big Brother UK. I'm dying to see this! He's going to be hysterical!!!!’ (via The Daily Mail). The 41-year-old has been heavily rumoured to be taking part in the series and was pictured arriving in London on New Year’s Eve.
Veteran actor seemed confused upon his entrance to the CBB 14 house, but interviewer Emma Willis remained cool and defended him
Gary Busey made one of the most memorable Celebrity Big Brother entrances ever when the new series launched last night on Channel 5.The 70 year old actor, famous for starring in the cult action moviesPoint Break, Predator 2 and Lethal Weapon as well as roles in TV shows ‘Entourage’, ‘Gunsmoke’ and ‘Texas Ranger’, had a bizarre and slightly awkward encounter with presenter Emma Willis as he was interviewed at the steps of the celebrity house.
Gary Busey made a bizarre entrance to the 'CBB14' house on Monday night
When Willis asked him what sort of housemate he would be, he replied “come and see me later” before gurning for the audience. The rest of his interview was erratic, and as Willis tried to shepherd him up the stairs and into the house, Busey kept asking for “three more questions”.
If at first you don't succeed, dust yourself off and try again. Rylan Clark may not have the talent to write timeless lyrics like that, or even win The X-Factor, but he proved he had what it takes to entertain Celebrity Big Brother views to finally win a reality show.
Speaking to host Brian Dowling, Clark said: "Honestly, through the past year, people have been picking up the phone for me and I really appreciate it." He's not wrong, but given that he's appeared in two high-profile shows, it's not the greatest of achievements. But fair play to Rylan, after the disappointment of an X-Factor boot out, it must have taken a lot to thrust himself back into the public eye. Perhaps a lot of money, we don't know. "They hated me three months ago. I've been the biggest fan of Big Brother." And Speaking about his nemesis Speidi, he said: 'I don't have any ties to Heidi and Spencer, but they're a genuine couple. I wish them the best of luck in life. They are absolutely made for each other.
"The reason I came on this show is to show people who got me wrong. You can call me whatever you want, but don't ever call me fake," he added. "One thing they gave me in the house was a headache."
Things are getting tense in the Celebrity Big Brother house, just two days after the show’s kickoff, but would anyone have any other way?
The whole basement/luxury upstairs quarters scenario has become the source of a lot of the tension in the house, as those downstairs get increasingly cross with the lucky upstairs residents. The other reason for the problems? American reality show duo Speidi, aka Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt, who gained international stardom (well, sort of) on MTV’s scripted reality drama thing The Hills. According to the pair, Spenser’s portrayal on as the villain of The Hills was for entertainment purposes only and it didn’t matter that he was painted black for the world to see, as long as the checks were rolling in. Maybe not a villain, but certainly a bit annoying, if the first couple of days on CBB are anything to go by.
During that time, Spencer managed to tee off a bunch of his fellow contestants, before he and Heidi moved up to the luxury rooms at the surprising decision of Frankie Dettori. Their run didn’t stop there, however, as Heidi got into something of a bikini body contest with page three model Lacey. Overall, it’s your standard drama this year. If you enjoy watching semi-famous people, lounging about their opulent surroundings and complaining about anything and everything – Celebrity Big Brother – tune in for more.
Celebrity Big Brother is back. Ok, so we kind of predicted that Lindsay Lohan might be going into the house, so we're sorry for disappointing you on that score - turns out she really was just wandering around London and having dinner at various fancy restaurants for no reason. The nearest thing we got to the notoriety of Lohan was The Hills' twosome Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt, the latter of whom turned up dressed as a U.S. Army Sergeant. But we're getting ahead of ourselves.
First up was X Factor joke Rylan Clark and jockey Frankie Dettori, who were tasked with deciding between the rest of the contestants as to who enjoyed champagne in the main house and who would settle for water in the 'basement.' While Rylan wore an outfit that you'd probably expect from someone who danced with fashion pandas on The X Factor, Frankie surprised us all with a nice fitting jacket, flat cap and jeans. An early contender for best dressed.
Continue reading: Celebrity Big Brother: Forget Who's Gonna Win, Who Was Best Dressed?
The new series of the reality show started last night (January 3rd 2013) with 'X Factor' 2012 contestant Rylan Clark and jockey Frankie Dettori being the first to arrive. They were tasked with deciding which celebrity from each pair that arrived would be cast into the darkness of the basement and which would enjoy the house luxuries. Former Volkswagen model Paula was selected for the basement instead of 'Heartbeat' star Tricia Penrose.
However, it was only hours before Paula complained that she was feeling a 'little ill' and was advised to re-enter the main house by the BB doctor. Just how ill she is is uncertain; certainly, she doesn't seem sick enough to have to leave the house, but she has struggled with alcohol dependency for a large chunk of her life, even being turned away from the show in previous years for failing psychiatric tests according to TV psychologist Jo Hemmings who worked on the show when it aired on Channel 4. 'Paula Hamilton - because sending an alcoholic who failed her C4 psych tests three years ago is SUCH a good idea... #cbb', she wrote on Twitter.