‘Big Brother’ fans already growing tired of the same old faces can look forward to some new additions to the Borehamwood bungalow on Friday night, with not one but two brand new contestants believed to be going through those famous doors.
While it has already been widely reported that one of the new housemates is Helen Wood’s rival Jenny Thompson - who partook in a threesome with Helen and footballer Wayne Rooney while they were both earning money as sex workers - but less has been said about the other, although The Sun have their suspicions about the new contestant’s identity.
According to the newspaper, American YouTube rapper ‘BradTheLadLong’ will also be entering the house, with the Daily Star originally reporting before the beginning of the current series that he’d be entering the house.
Brad - who has said in past videos that he is asexual - sparked speculation that he would be entering the house back in May, with a tweet that suggested he’d be moving to a new house in the UK this summer:
Meanwhile, if Jenny and Brad do enter the ‘BB’ house this week, then it will come as a massive shock to Helen - particularly as Jenny has already vowed to make life in the house for her rival as difficult as possible.
Current 'BB' housemate Helen Wood could be in for a nasty surprise...
Helen has proven unpopular with viewers thanks to her blazing rows with several of her fellow contestants, though there are no signs of her being evicted any time soon as she was given a free pass to the final on her third day in the house.
However, Jenny has assured ‘Big Brother’ fans that she’ll be doing all she can to get Helen to walk - although it may not come to that as this week she was warned by show bosses that if her “unacceptable behaviour” continues she will be removed from the house.
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