'Big Brother': Axed Andrew Tate Reveals Plans To Launch His Own Rival Show

And it's going to be called 'Daddy's House'. Grim.

Axed ‘Big Brother’ contestant Andrew Tate is continuing his vendetta against the show, by announcing his intention to launch his own reality TV rival.

Andrew was booted out of the house earlier this week, when an old video of him hitting his ex-girlfriend with a belt was posted online by The Sun.

However, he’s since spoken out, insisting that the video was consensual and the belt was made of felt.

Andrew Tate
Andrew Tate
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He has now revealed plans to launch his own rival show, revealing that media interviews he’s given since being given the axe from ‘BB’ mean he has the finances required.

In a post on his Facebook page, which shows him sitting in a sports car with a wad of cash at hand, Andrew explained: “I've got £100k in cash, I'll get my own mansion, my own contestants, and I'll make the show good.

“Everyone who gets in gets paid £1,500 instantly to cover costs. Any money raised from adverts broadcast will go into the prize pot for whoever wins.”

He’s now looking for six men and six women to take part in his show, which he promises will feature “no rules” and “unlimited alcohol” (which doesn't sound too different from regular 'BB', if we're being honest).

Andrew claims the new show will be (perhaps dubiously) titled ‘Daddy’s House’, and anyone who wants to take part needs to upload a 60-second clip on YouTube, and email it to him.

Meanwhile, in the actual ‘Big Brother’ house, Laura Carter recently disclosed exactly what went down between her and Marco Pierre White Jr, and some viewers are still calling for Ryan Ruckledge to follow Andrew out the door due to a recently-unearthed transphobic tweet.

‘BB’ continues on Thursday (16 June) at 9pm on Channel 5.

Andy Hill

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