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Back to school for CBB contestants


Heavy D came in for more stick

Heavy D came in for more stick

Heavy D came in for more stick

The Celebrity Big Brother contestants have been sent back to school in the latest task on the reality show.

Housemates have been given school uniforms to wear and must follow rules, take part in activities and learn lessons to earn rewards or face discipline.

Singer Aubrey O'Day and former EastEnders star Ricky Norwood have been appointed Head Girl and Head Boy, while Big Brother is the Headmaster.

In footage that will air tonight, Heavy D and Stephen Bear are the first to break the school rules and are sent to the naughty corner.

As part of the task O'Day and Norwood make a school yearbook for the group, awarding prizes in various categories.

They choose Lewis Bloor and Marnie Simpson as those most likely to become millionaires after the show, saying: "You'll have your own spin off show."

Renee Graziano is dubbed most likely to keep it real while O'Day is named most competitive.

Bear is picked as most likely to cause drama and Katie Waissel is chosen as most likely to make people laugh.

James Whale is named most likely to act fake, Bear is named most likely to sacrifice someone else for personal gain and Norwood is chosen as most likely to have done themselves proud in the house.

Heavy D is picked as the housemate most likely to have let themselves down.

Samantha Fox is chosen as the most likely to be loved by the public.

The overall superstar prize is awarded to Frankie Grande.

Later, Bear writes the name of Chloe Khan, who was evicted on Friday, in jam on the yearbook in the overall superstar category.

Graziano, Heavy D, Bloor and Bear are up for eviction this week.

They were put up for the chop by the rest of the contestants in nominations that were screened to the whole house in Sunday night's episode.

:: Celebrity Big Brother is on Channel 5 at 9pm.