Celebrity Big Brother

The presenter left Good Morning Britain shortly after Ofcom announced it was launching an investigation.
It's been two decades since *that* incident involving chalk, a leopard print dressing gown and some rather fruity language.
The Big Brother house opened its doors to a bunch of celebrities for the first time 20 years ago.
The Big Fat Gypsy Weddings star urged people not to “underestimate” coronavirus.
The presenter said her felt like he’d “won the lottery”.
The reality TV star – real name Colin Newell – also regularly appeared on the Arsenal fan channel AFTV.
Her Celebrity Big Brother entrance went down in the history books.
Jackie was known for the uttering legendary line "Yeah… Jackie" as she entered the Celebrity Big Brother house in 2005.
This week in entertainment we’re celebrating twenty years of Big Brother, this series of Celebrity Gogglebox comes to a close and Zara Larsson releases her latest music video, filmed during lockdown.
Big Brother: Best Shows Ever aired the moment from CBB4 as part of its 20th anniversary specials.
About Celebrity Big Brother
Since it first threw open its doors in 2001, the 'Celebrity Big Brother' house has gone on to become one of Britain's most notorious residences. Hosted by Emma Willis (formerly Davina McCall and Brian Dowling), 'CBB' started out as a smaller counterpart to the original 'Big Brother' series, but over the years it's earned a name for itself separately from the main show, and is now one of the giants of reality TV. During its time on the air, it's been responsible for some landmark reality moments, including the arrival of Jackie Stallone, George Galloway's stomach-churning impression of a cat, the romance between Chantelle Houghton and Preston, not to mention Denise Welch frolicking in a hot tub with no top on. In latter years, there have also been arguments aplenty, whether it's Julie Goodyear squaring up to Coleen Nolan, Pete Burns laying into Jodie Marsh or Katie Hopkins telling Perez Hilton exactly what she thinks of him. The January 2017 series took on an 'All Stars And New Stars' theme, with some former housemates returning to live with a batch of new famous contestants, while 2018 saw the 'Year Of The Woman', kicking the January run off with an all-female line-up.