At least five LGBTI people have entered the latest series of Celebrity Big Brother in the UK.
Among them are Frankie Grande [below], brother of US pop singer Ariana. The star has previously appeared on the American version of the reality show, and boasts 1.5m Instagram followers.
The second biggest name, for UK readers at least, is probably former Page 3 girl Sam Fox [below].
A lovely day for a walk in the woods , #nature #beautifulday #happy and looking forward to #estionia #thisweekend see events on Face Book for details love #samanthafoxofficial #samanthafox #samfox #samanthafoxforum
A photo posted by Samantha Fox (@samanthafoxofficial) on Jul 13, 2016 at 2:08am PDT
They’re joined by UK actor and TV presenter Christopher Biggins [below], who is reported to be the star receiving the highest payment to appear on the show – a cool £150,000 [$198,000, €177,000].
— Christopher Biggins (@onebiggins) 16 April 2016
Joining Biggins, Grande and Fox is Geordie Shore star Marnie Simpson [below], who came out as bisexual earlier this year.
A photo posted by Marnie Simpson / MarnieGShore (@marniesimpson) on Jul 19, 2016 at 3:21am PDT
Last but not least is reality star Aubrey O’Day [below], who is married to a man, but who has said in the past that she has no sexual preference.
Previous contestants on the Channel 5 show have included showbiz blogger Perez Hilton and controversial columnist Katie Hopkins.
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