Since entering the Celebrity Big Brother house, Pineapple Dance Studios star Andrew Stone has wasted no time in letting everyone
Last night the self-confessed 'triple threat' Andrew Stone couldn't get enough of the sound of his own voice, as he went in to great detail about his life, loves and career crushes. If that man ever releases a book, which he actually hinted at during last night's self-indulgent bore fest, it will probably sell as well as Alan Partridge's Bouncing Back but won't come with free torch or Chocolate Orange.
I'm just going to say it; I think that this series of Celebrity Big Brother could be the best one yet. Don't get me wrong, the show still lacks that natural magic spark it once had, but it has been replaced by comedy so genius that it writes itself.
Natalie Cassidy has successfully completed the first task set to her by a mischievous Big Brother. Audiences cringed at last
Who needs books when you have the possibility of Andrew Stone teaching Michael Masden the routine to Baby One More Time and seeing what Cocozza's barnet really looks like in the morning?
Celebrity Big Brother kicked off with a fantastic performance from ex-EastEnder Natalie Cassidy who was forced to flirt with
Try Googling about the current famine in Somalia and you'll see 11.9 million results but try typing 'celebrity diets' and you'll get 51 million results. Unsurprising, no, but interesting nonetheless?