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Scott Disick for Celebrity Big Brother?

Published 03/12/2015

Scott Disick
Scott Disick

Celebrity Big Brother bosses are reportedly prepared to pay big money for Scott Disick in the hope he'll let slip some "juicy" Kardashian gossip.

Scott Disick could be set for a stint on Celebrity Big Brother, with bosses reportedly offering him around £660,000 ($1 million) to appear.

According British newspaper Daily Star, producers are keen to get the reality star on board after the drama surrounding his relationship with Kourtney Kardashian. They have children Mason, Penelope and Reign together but ended things in July (15) after regular fallouts about Scott's partying.

“They want him to open up about the Kardashians because viewers will love it," a source told the publication. "There’s a good chance he’ll let slip some juicy details.”

Celebrity Big Brother is due back on Channel 5 in January (16), with bosses clearly eager to ensure some controversial characters appear. Among the rumoured line-up is Strictly Come Dancing's Kristina Rihanoff. The dancer has hit headlines for romances with contestants in the past and caused a stir when she was spotted in rival show The X Factor's audience recently.

Strictly's Ola Jordan, who is thought to be leaving the dance show, could also appear. Also tipped to star is Made in Chelsea's Spencer Matthews, who was recently forced to leave the I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! jungle after admitting to steroid use. It's even been rumoured he is heading to rehab to deal with his addiction.

“My admission to the production team I was still taking these pills led to the conclusion it would be unsafe for me to stay, a decision I found extremely hard to stomach. I pushed back but ultimately the show’s duty of care prevailed and bags had to be packed," he later explained of his exit.

“Taking these pills was a serious error of judgement, which I hugely regret. I have disappointed my family, friends and fans and would like to apologise."

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