Celebrity Big Brother 7 News
Non-participating Celebs Criticise CBB7
A number of celebrities not participating in this year's
show have come out-of the woodwork to diss' it.
For instance, Sir Paul McCartney's one-legged 'ex' Heather
Mills felt the need to say on GMTV recently that she would
rather scrub the streets with a toothbrush than appear on
As far as we know, the 41-year-old wasn't linked with a possible
appearance this year, but Heather claimed she was offered
hundred-of-thousands of pounds to appear on CBB7.
If true, that would probably have turned-out to be a bad
investment for Channel 4, because public hate-figure Mills
would almost-certainly have been the first housemate kicked-out
by the public.
Androgynous 1980s pop star Boy George, who was banged-up
last year for chaining someone to his bed, also went on record
this week to say that he was 'grateful' he missed-out on the
opportunity to appear.
The gay DJ was set to become a housemate in the last-ever
series of Celebrity Big Brother, but a Judge wouldn't allow
it because George was still on probation. Sour grapes, anyone?
Pamela Anderson is another celebrity seemingly trying to
get some publicity out-of the show, having posted online saying
that the rumours of her possible appearance on Celebrity Big
Brother 7 were 'bizarre'. Furthermore, the former Baywatch
star added: "I've absolutely never considered such a
The thing is, our mole tells us the surgically-enhanced blonde
was in talks with the producers about becoming a
contestant, but talks broke down when she insisted that she
would only appear if her former partner and sex-video star
Tommy Lee signed-up too. So, who do you believe?
Other celebs who were apparently in talks with the show's
producers before the series began include tubby TV astrologer
Russell Grant, former Hollyoaks actor Paul Danan, and controversial
snooker player Ronnie O'Sullivan.
None of them have come forward to deny it or criticise the
show though... yet!
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