There might be an ALL STAR Celebrity Big Brother in the pipeline


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by Polly Foreman |
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BB bosses are reportedly planning to bring back some of the most notable Celebrity Big Brother housemates from the past for a big ol’ spin-off show next year.

We think this is an EXCELLENT idea.

A CBB source told The Sun: “Bringing back the celebs they know will cause the drama would result in the most explosive series so far.

“Usually celebrity housemates brag about how controversial and confrontational they’ll be while being screened by producers before going in, but then nothing happens.

“This way they’ll be no dull moments as they know who’ll be worth their fee.”

This series has been stressful enough and there are quite few bores in there – just IMAGINE a house full of Stephen Bears.

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If they put Perez Hilton back in, we’re not sure we’ll be able to cope.

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Perez Hilton

This news comes after some people set up an actual campaign trying to actually ban the show. They were apparently shocked by all the controversial action of this series (so we dread to think what they’d have to say about an all-star series.

The campaign was started by Mediawatch-UK – who were apparently particularly furious about the episode when Marnie Simpson and Lewis Bloor GOT IT ON in the shower and Chloe Khan and Stephen Bear GOT IT ON in the loo.

They told the Daily Star: "If Channel 5 needs to resort to this sort of controversy to maintain any interest in Celebrity Big Brother, then perhaps the format needs to be allowed to die a bit more quietly."

Errr… it wasn't Channel 5 bonking in the toilet, MediaWatch…

They also said: "What’s most concerning here is Channel 5’s on-demand service that allows children to watch such programmes with just a box tick to say they’re old enough. Post-watershed is one thing but the internet means nudity is on the air 24 hours a day."

Big Brother should be the least of your worries with the things you can find on the internet these days, TBH.

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