THIS Geordie Shore star is going into the Celebrity Big Brother house TONIGHT


Geordie Shore

by Polly Foreman |
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We don't mean to scare anyone, but this series of Celebrity Big Brother is STRESSING US OUT.


First Kim Kardashian's sex tape pal, Ray J, left because he had a tooth abscess. Then Brandon Block left because he was just having a bit of a mare.

And the first eviction hasn't even happened yet! It'll only be ruddy Speidi left at this rate. They'd never leave.

But we can all breathe a big sigh of relief, because not one but THREE new housemates are being sent to the Borehamwood Bungalow tonight.

And one of them is reportedly Geordie Shore's Chloe Ferry.

Chloe Ferry

A source told The Sun Online: "If the celebs thought they’d drawn the short straw being locked up with Stacy and Austin, they’ve not seen nothing yet.

"Chloe has no filter – she will cause total pandemonium with or without a drink."

Total pandemonium indeed.

This comes after Chloe posted a veery cryptic tweet earlier this week reading: "Am a strong believer in things come when you least expect it."


Chloe Ferry's not the only one who's been hinting they're heading into the house – yesterday Stephen Bear (last season's winner) posted a clip of Big Brother's Bit On The Side with a paw emoji as the caption.

Veeery interesting.

But he'd previously dismissed rumours that he's heading back into the house, insisting that he just isn't cool enough.

Poor little Bear.

He tweeted: "I can officially say I’m not doing CBB in Jan. I wasn’t cool enough."

If you don't remember, Bear bounded into the house, pissed everyone off, made some sexy noises in the loo with Chloe Khan, and basically provided the most exciting month of telly we've ever seen.


Bear also recently (before the show started) tweeted: "Can't wait for January" coupled with a house emoji.

You ruddy tease, Bear.

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