Bianca Gascoigne confirmed for Celebrity Big Brother - report
Bianca Gascoigne and Lee Ryan are among the stars rumoured to be taking part in the upcoming all-star version of Celebrity Big Brother.
Bianca Gascoigne has reportedly been confirmed to take part in the upcoming all star version of Celebrity Big Brother.
While the 30-year-old's involvement in the reality show was rumoured earlier this week (beg28Nov16), Digital Spy have now spoken to a show insider who "confirmed" that Bianca will be competing in Gold Stars vs All Stars in January (17).
"Bianca is preparing to enter the Celebrity Big Brother house in January," the source told the outlet. "She's sorting everything out, booking all of her hair and beauty treatments so she looks her best."
Bianca, the stepdaughter of former footballer Paul Gascoigne, is no stranger to reality television, having appeared on shows including Love Island in 2006, which she won alongside Calum Best, and Celebrity Coach Trip in 2010.
And now Celebrity Big Brother bosses are reportedly hoping Bianca's outspoken attitude will shine through when she makes her entrance into the famous house.
"Bianca makes great TV because she's got a big personality and isn't afraid of speaking her mind," the source added.
Another name linked to the upcoming series is Blue singer Lee Ryan. Fans of the show will remember he caused a scandal when he appeared on the programme back in 2014, after getting involved in a love triangle.
After first finding love with Casey Batchelor, Lee then famously dropped her for Jasmine Waltz. Following Jasmine's eviction, Lee attempted to rekindle his relationship with Casey.
And Lee's bandmate Antony Costa told heatworld that he is hoping the singer will make a return to the show.
"Never say never. He'd be mad not to. I think he'd be brilliant," Antony told the outlet. "He was brilliant in it. A lot of people still come up to me to this day and go… 'Ah your mate Lee was proper good man'... I'm thinking yeah he's a single man, good luck to him."
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