Big Brother Spoilers

Big Brother Spoilers
Sally Bercow, frankly wife Speaker of the House of Commons, joined lineup for the new series of Celebrity Big Brother, which also includes the former pop star Kerry Katona, and American Pie actor Tara Reid.

Bercow entered Big Brother house on Thursday, as a reality show axed by Channel 4 last year, has returned after an 11-month break in the channel of Richard Desmond 5.

Program producers promise "the biggest, most colorful and interesting names around." Regardless of the fact that the promise was fulfilled, will depend on audience expectations and knowledge of some obscure TVstars reality.

Other participants include David Hasselhoff, Pamela Bach, ex-wife, the former X Factor participants Jedward, and Amy Childs, a Bafta-winning star is unlikely reality ITV2 show, the only way to Essex.

Inclusion Bercow, likely to create the most headlines. Wife of John Bercow, it has already demonstrated the ability to create ads, posing for magazine photos in one sheet. She later confessed in a magazine photo of ES theEvening Standard in February, making it "idiot."

It remains to be seen, the producers of the program prepared for the housemates, even though he is likely to involve a lot of sauce up.Bercow not the first digit of Westminster, to appear on Celebrity Big Brother. George Galloway appeared on the series in 2006, when he was a member, remembers pretending to be a cat licking cream from the hands of Rula Lenska and robot dance in tights with Pete Burns.

Capacity to return the show has featured the usual feverish speculation tabloids - mostly drowned by the work belongs to Desmond, such as the Daily Star - possible housemates, including actor Charlie Sheen. His name was not on the list circulated to the media under embargo earlier on Thursday, but there were reports of his arrival at Heathrow during the day.

Pamela Anderson and Mike Tyson also said to be lined up for the show. There remains the possibility that additional participants will enter the house during the three-week run, when it will be aired at night on Channel 5. Only 11 names were confirmed by a dozen celebrities who were to take part.

Desmond staked largely on the success of the show and said he wanted 20 million viewers per day. More realistically, he will be hoping for at least 3 million viewers for its launch and show the typical nightly audience of about 2 million people.

Other contestants London born model Bobby Sabel, a celebrity photo agency owner Darryn Lyons, Waterloo Road actor Lucien Laviscount, and Paddy Doherty, one of the stars of Channel 4 docusoap My Big Wedding Roma.

Jeff Ford, director of programs at Channel 5, said that the show will offer viewers a little light with a difficult summer is dominated by gloom about the economy and turmoil. "We need a bit of escapist fun, and this show is totally back in the right time," he said. "I just can not wait to start the chaos."

Channel 4's Big Brother dropped after 11 episodes of the main show, and seven seasons of Celebrity Big Brother in September 2010. Rating show on Channel 4 has been in decline for several years, as the race row Shilpa Shetty in 2007.

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