Another series of ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ is about to come to an end, with just six of the original 16 contestants now battling it out for the coveted title of ‘CBB’ winner.
Over the past four weeks, they’ve laughed (occasionally), they’ve cried (frequently) and they’ve argued (borderline perpetually), but now either Danniella Westbrook, Darren Day, John Partridge, Scotty T, Stephanie Davis or Tiffany Pollard is about to earn their place in the ‘CBB’ hall of fame.
On Friday night (5 February), one of them will emerge victorious, and succeed last summer’s winner James Hill as the reigning champion of the Channel 5 series.
The only question now is… who should it be?
The past four weeks, have been as dramatic as you can expect, but this year the fireworks had started before the housemates had even arrived, with Winston McKenzie facing a backlash for his comments about gay men in his opening VT.
There was no slowing the series down from there, though, with Kristina Rihanoff shocking everyone with her pregnancy announcement, and sparks flying between Jeremy McConnell Cooke and Stephanie Davis.
And then… there was the argument that even made headlines abroad, when Tiffany Pollard was mistakenly led to believe that David Gest had died in the bedroom, when Angie Bowie was informed of the death of her ex-husband, David Bowe.
Yes, there’s been drama aplenty, and all that remains now is to see which of the remaining stars is voted winner.
Find out who gets the ‘CBB’ crown in Friday’s live final, kicking off at 9pm on Channel 5.