Belfast Telegraph

UK Website Of The Year

Bullies beware, says Christopher Biggins as he enters Celebrity Big Brother

By Staff Reporter

Published 29/07/2016

Christopher Biggins enters the Big Brother house
Christopher Biggins enters the Big Brother house
Samantha Fox enters the Big Brother house

Panto star Christopher Biggins issued a warning that he will not tolerate bullies as he became the first famous face to enter the Celebrity Big Brother house.

The 67-year-old will join 14 other celebrities to compete for the winning title.

Upon entering he issued a warning to bullies.

He said: "I don't like bullies and I will not sit back and see someone bully someone else. I would not put up with that. Bullies beware."

The pantomime regular said he would be prepared to do "anything" to win.

Loose Women's Saira Khan (46) was the second in, vowing that there is "no subject that is taboo for me", just ahead of Frankie Grande (33), the brother of popstar Ariana Grande.

Glamour model Samantha Fox is rumoured to have signed a six-figure sum to take part, while Katie Waissel, who competed in the 2010 series of X-Factor, said she hoped the show would allow people to see a new side to her. "When I was on the X Factor I think people got to see the wrong side of me," she said, adding she thought this would be a good chance to "show people what I'm like in my 30s".

The other contestants are Geordie Shore star Marnie Simpson; Lewis Bloor from The Only Way Is Essex; Grant Bovey, ex-husband of Anthea Turner; model Chloe Khan; reality TV man Stephen Bear; singer Aubrey O'Day; broadcaster James Whale; Renee Graziano from Mob Wives; Eastenders' Ricky Norwood, and Heavy D from Storage Hunters.

Belfast Telegraph

Your Comments

COMMENT RULES: Comments that are judged to be defamatory, abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted. The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator’s decision is final. It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases, tribunals and active legal investigations. We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse. Problems with commenting?

Read More

From Belfast Telegraph