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Celebrity Big Brother 2005

With John McCririck, Germaine Greer, Bez, Caprice, Lisa I’Anson, Jeremy Edwards, Kenzie, Brigitte Neilsen and Jackie Stallone
Well what do I say? All the stuff about John has been said already hasn’t it? I suppose there is some debate as to whether he is just playing up to the cameras and is just being cheeky when he spouts all his sexist bollocks, or whether he really is actually like that. Well, in my opinion, he is actually like that and I’ve never in my life seen or met a more disgrace of a man. And what’s worse is he is proud to be like that. The way he is sulking because he didn’t get the diet coke – well if my 6 year old behaved like, she’d be sitting on the Naughty Step. It’s outrageous that society in England brought up a person like that and quite frankly I hope that his Booby has left him for a gorgeous intelligent younger man by the time he gets out the house.
Oh dear, this has turned more into a rant than a review of celebrity Big Brother 2005. Briefly I’ll say that it’s ok to watch in the evenings for a bit of light entertainment when you’re too knackered to watch anything more intellectually stimulating; but when you have a husband who won’t let you watch it when he’s there, so you have to record it and watch it during the following day – it’s just a little bit boring. Maybe they don’t talk much, or maybe it’s the way the program is edited, but I’d like to know a bit more about the actual celebrities, not just watch them do silly tasks. I’d like the conversations when they talk about other celebrities, or when they’re telling stories about themselves. At the moment I don’t feel like I know these people any better than before they went in the house, which is disappointing.
By the way, I want Germaine to win.

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