As rumours continue to swirl about who’ll be taking part in the new series of ‘Celebrity Big Brother’, ‘Apprentice’ candidate Selina Waterman-Smith appears to have offered her services to the Channel 5 show.
Selina, who was axed from the pre-recorded show in Wednesday’s episode, has been heavily critical of the current series ever since it began airing back in October.
She’s now admitted that she’d like to appear on ‘CBB’, to show the British public her happier side.
In an interview with Fubar Radio, she explained: “I didn’t go into the process with that in mind - I’m an expat and don’t even live in the UK.
“But after being portrayed so negatively on the show doing a series like that would give me the chance to show the public who I really am.”
She continued: “I know that I am such a bubbly, happy human being. ‘The Apprentice’ was negative and I'm sorry for everyone who had to look at my resting bitch face every day but I was not happy! It's obvious I wasn't and I am a happy person.”
‘Apprentice’ candidates have famously done well in ‘CBB’ in the past, with Luisa Zissman and Katie Hopkins both making it through to the final in their years, while James Hill was crowned winner of his series over the summer.
Other names who have been linked with a spot in next year’s series include axed ‘Hollyoaks’ actress Stephanie Davis, rapper Vanilla Ice and Spencer Matthews, who was forced to quit the most recent series of ‘I’m A Celebrity’ when producers discovered he had an addiction to “steroid-based medication”.