Celebrity Big Brother: Little Mix star backs Courtney Act to win

Joann Johnston
January 12, 2018

While Courtney, also known as Australian performer Shane Jenek, is the first Drag Race queen in the Celebrity Big Brother house, judge Michelle Visage appeared on CBB in 2015 and ultimately placed fifth in the competition.

He told host Emma Willis: "My attitude on comedy was quite immature back then".

We're pretty sure Court's bubbly personality is going to be a welcomed addition to the Celebrity Big Brother house, and we can't wait to see how she gets along with the rest of the housemates. "It literally fell on the ground and everyone saw my bum".

Eagle-eyed viewers have speculated that she tugged at her skirt as she made her way down the stairs, ripping it off and exposing her crotch.

One fan observed: "I love Courtney Act but can't help but think it was a bit of a publicity stunt...no underwear on?"

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Popular UK girl band Little Mix's member Jade Thrilwall tweeted: "In honour of Courtney Act joining the house and already delivering the most iconic entrance". I know you didn't mean it in that way, ' as Ann once again apologised.

Find out which celebrities have joined the Celebrity Big Brother house for 2018.

This year, eight male celebs have entered in Channel 5's surveillance house alongside the female participants.

The series launched this week with an all-female line-up that includes transgender TV presenter India Willoughby, former Coronation Street actress Amanda Barrie, ex-MP Ann Widdecombe and Ex On The Beach star Jess Impiazzi.

Competing on this season's Celebrity Big Brother in the United Kingdom.

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