Saturday, August 14, 2010

Ultimate Big Brother - Who Goes In You Decide

On August 24th, five of the regular housemates will be stuck in the house with a few contestants from both the civilian and celebrity versions of previous Big Brother seasons. Here's a list of the people who we might get subjected to again. Interesting to see that years 4, 6 and 9 aren't on that list as well as the people already booted from 11.

Michelle Bass (BB5): Blonde bunny boiler with a creepy use for the word, 'chicken'. Let's not, eh?
Brian Belo (BB8): Winner of his series, so does he really need to go back in? I suppose he was alright.
Siavash Sabbaghpour (BB10): I literally do not remember this guy. That can't be good, right?
Craig Philips (BB1): First ever winner and one of the more likeable people, so I wouldn't mind seeing him in there.
Alex Sibley (BB3): Bit of a neat freak but wasn't that exciting, was he?
Dane Bowers (CBB): This guy will just appear on anything, won't he?
Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace (BB7): One of my faves from the 7th series, so hopefully we see her in it. Plus Alan Carr's skits of her are funny.
Brian Dowling (BB2): He's barely off the telly. Last seen on an Irish reality show about a salon. Could see him in this.
Nikki Grahame (BB7): She got booted out twice during BB7 because she was a shouty bint but she'll draw viewers, even ones who can't tolerate her. Though it could be nice to see her or Charley tear John James down to size.
Nadia Almada (BB5): She's allegedly doing a song for Eurovision next year so if she doesn't sing on the show, then maybe.
Pete Bennett (BB7): Another winner from the series? Not sure to be honest.
Charley Uchea (BB8): See Nikki Grahame.
Nick Bateman (BB1): A villain, that's what we need. If Nick were actually interesting, that is.
Chantelle Houghton (CBB): Erm, no.
John McCririck (CBB): Again, no. If I have to see him in his undercrackers again, I'm suing Endemol and Channel 4.

Either way, regardless of who actually wins the series, the important thing is that it's coming to an end folks. That's probably the biggest victory of them all.

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