Day 5: Celebrity Scrapheap twist planned for tonight’s show

Channel 5 have confirmed that tonight’s live show will feature the Celebrity Scrapheap
The public have been voting since Wednesday, on the Big Brother app, for which celebrity they want to become ‘Star of the Show’.

It will be up to this Housemate to decide which of the other celebrity Housemates are going to be chucked out with the trash and onto the Celebrity Scrap Heap in the Garden. And all those remaining on the Scrap Heap on Sunday night will be up for nomination and face the public vote.

DAY 1

HIT 1 – THE STAR OF THE SHOW IS ANNOUNCED circa 10.10pm

During tonight’s live show, the public vote results will be revealed to the House and one of the celebs will become ‘Star of the Show’.

The Garden shutters will open and the Celebrity Scrap Heap will be revealed. The ‘Star of the Show’ will then have to choose two Housemates to send straight to the scrap heap.

The Housemates must immediately change into drab jumpsuits. Whilst they are on the scrapheap they will only have scraps to eat, delivered to them in a scrap bucket. This is where they will live for the duration of the task.

HIT 2 – THE PARTY circa 10pm

After two Housemates have been sent to the scrap heap, the ‘Star of the Show’ will be told that the next morning they will be asked to immediately send another celebrity to the Scrap Heap. In order to help with their decision Big Brother is going to throw them a party which all the Housemates, bar those on the celebrity scrap heap, are invited to.

The Living Area will be transformed with gold framed posters of the ‘Star of the Show’ reading “Big Brother starring XX” and there will be other gold decorations.

The guests will get to enjoy champagne and canapés but it’s not all fun and games as the ‘Star of the Show’ will be working the room, and it’s up to the guests to impress and avoid being named least entertaining in the morning.

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