Celebrity Big Brother Housemates Get TV Task
Contestants presenting and starring in a variety of TV 'programmes'...
The Celebrity Big Brother housemates have finally been given a task that they might be pretty good at - making their own TV shows.
With most of the contestants either having experience of working in television or hoping for a career in the media after they leave the house, we will expect them to be naturals at the BBTV task - which involves them hosting and starring in a range of programmes.
The task has seen Ashley McKenzie and Martin Kemp cast as children's entertainers "The Growlers", while Coleen Nolan and Julian Clary have been working together hosting a BB shopping channel - and will probably be hoping they don't have to put the experience to good use when they leave the house.
Former Coronation Street star Julie Goodyear has been reading the house news, revealing comments that the housemates had made about one another in confidence.
The biggest reaction came when she read out a comment that MC Harvey had made about herself - drawing gasps of shock from the HMs.
He had said: "For a woman who has been given an award by Her Majesty the Queen, her behaviour has been very unprofessional.
"The way she has been behaving is a disgrace. She should be setting an example as a 70-year-old woman who has lived through the World Wars."
Julie, Martin and Prince Lorenzo Borghese are all up for eviction this evening, with Julie the favourite to go after a recent backlash against her.