Shilpa Shetty

Jade was unaware she was being filmed on Indian Big Brother when she received the tragic news of her cervical cancer diagnosis.
The Channel 4 series on Jade's life sought to unpack the events of 2007.
"She'd become the most hated girl in Britain," Davina recalls in a new Channel 4 documentary, 10 years after Jade's death from cervical cancer.
'WE are NOT pushovers and they MUST know that being callous and rude will NOT BE TOLERATED.'
Jade's exit still makes for uncomfortable viewing, even a decade on.
‚ÄėCelebrity Big Brother‚Äô started out on Channel 4 as a week-long experiment to put six nice-enough celebrities in a house
Apparently, neither Shetty nor the paper's editors have actually read 'Animal Farm'.
While the exchanges might seem harmless, they are indicative of an ingrained attitude that Irish people are fair game for mocking and stereotypical slurs. The drunken Irish, the stupid, backwards Irish, the bog Irish with accents so thick you can barely understand them.
The ‚ÄėCelebrity Big Brother‚Äô house is preparing to re-open its doors, giving a whole new batch of stars the chance to join
You see Ofcom is there to regulate the broadcasters and their editorial judgement, not the Big Brother housemates. As a man of (admittedly self-diagnosed) sane mind and moral I do indeed object to any bullying that occurs in the house but that alone does not a valid complaint make.