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    Posted: 04 Apr 2011 at 10:07





4th April 2011

By: Paul Robins and Peter Dyke

 

Housemates ‘booty calls’

 

 THE new Big Brother is set to be the raunchiest ever as horny housemates get the chance for sexy romps.   Frustrated contestants will be allowed to make “booty calls” with their partners in a shock new twist when the show returns this year.

 

For the first time, housemates will be able to phone up their lovers for no-holds barred sex sessions.

 

And fans will get to see all the  X-rated action under the radical plans to transform the spy on the wall programme.  The show is set to return this summer on Channel 5.  And bosses at the station say the red-hot action will turn the show into a massive ratings smash, sure to throw up even more classic moments.

 

Hard-pressed contestants will also get booze and ciggies as they are let loose to behave even more outrageously than before.  A source revealed: “Big Brother is giving fans exactly what they want. “Its going to be a non-stop blur of sex and cigs and rock ’n’ roll.”

 

BB is poised to return in August after Channel  5 bosses clinched a multimillion pound deal to bring it back to our TV screens.

 

A five-year contract with the programme’s makers Endemol will be signed in the next few days.

 

The fun will kick off with  a celebrity version, running for four weeks, followed by the “ordinary” show in September.

 

A host of outrageous contestants are being lined up for the all-star version.

 

They include hell raiser Charlie Sheen, 45 and ex Harrods boss Mohamed Al-Fayed, 78. Other names on the Big Brother wish list include scandal-hit football pundit Andy Gray, 55, The Only Way Is Essex babe Amy Childs, 21, TV host Peaches Geldof, 22, and boxer Ricky Hatton, 32. Ab Fab actress Joanna Lumley, 64, WAG and model AbbeyClancy, 25, and chart-topping rapper Tinie Tempah, 22, are also in line to go into the house.

 

Big Brother fans were devastated when C4 bosses axed the long-running show last year after 11 series.

 

 

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  Quote moonshine Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04 Apr 2011 at 15:51
while i understand the show has to move on to keep going

don't move on so much
 that the show that we liked
looks nothing like the new show

 



Edited by moonshine - 04 Apr 2011 at 15:55
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