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Celebrity Big Brother UK Recap and SPOILERS – Day 2-3



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“Celebrity Big Brother UK” entered its third day today (second full day) and what is it with the “Big Brother UK” program makers and weekends? Tonight’s episode was virtually a recap on last night’s action with a few added sneaky bits we didn’t get to see earlier. But here we are at Celebrity News and Style being even sneakier. We’re going to tell you some of the things that you won’t get to see until Sunday… or Monday… depending on when Big Brother thinks you’re allowed. Yes, we have some SPOILERS for you!

First, let’s go over some of the things we missed from Day 2 in the house. First there was Jedward sharing a bath. They really are two people – John and Edward Grimes. But it’s becoming increasingly clear that they are freaked out by the idea of being considered separate people. That seems to extend beyond their fame, built on the Jedward label. They seemed incredibly uncomfortable when Essex girl Amy Childs quizzed them about girlfriends. But they were thrilled to be invited to go clubbing with her like “real Essex boys” when the whole “Big Brother” thing is over.

The talk of relationships obviously sent Jedward into a spin. They spent a lot of time today in the kitchen talking about how they will never be alone and they will always have each other. What? Have these guys got some kind of suicide pact going? Anyway, they were soon happy in each others company and taking a bubble bath – using a whole bottle of washing up liquid.

Amy Childs next tried her charms on Lucian in the sauna. But telling him she “doesn’t get his humor” soon had him upset and walking out on the up to then cozy little group in the hot house.

My impression was “OMG” and apparently that’s exactly what Sally Berkow thought of Kerry Katona from their first day in the “Celebrity Big Brother” house. Pity more of the housemates didn’t think that and vote Kerry as the biggest diva; then she wouldn’t be facing the public vote next week. But then, up against Sally and… who is that model guy again?… she looks pretty safe.

Oh and it was Darryn Lyons’ birthday.

Shocking speech of the day came from Tara Reid, who said she had been so cold in the night that her nipples had been hard. So soon post-watershed for British TV, I can’t have been the only one left staring at the screen open-mouthed.

But what about Saturday’s events in the “Celebrity Big Brother UK” house? Look away now if you don’t want to know what will be on TV in tomorrow’s episode.

Some things to look forward to are: “Jedward doing the “Egyptian Dance” and getting it so wrong. For usually such good and energetic dances, that’s funny. Tara Reid becomes the Pharaoh and the other housemates are hers to command. I bet she loved that but how will Paddy Doherty react to orders from a woman?

Paddy and Darren quiz handsome Lucien Laviscount about his lack of girlfriends. They give him some advice but you will have to tune in to the show or check right back here with “Celebrity News and Style” tomorrow to see if Lucien heeds their advice – and if he should!

“Celebrity Big Brother UK 2011” is continued on Channel 5 at 10pm BST Sunday and we will bring you all the action as it happens – in case you have a life and want to go out, instead of being glued to your TV screens.

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