Celebrity Big Brother 2017: Danielle Lloyd rejects offer to enter house

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Danielle Lloyd will NOT enter Celebrity Big Brother 2017 for a showdown with Jamie O’Hara.

The model, who previously appeared on the show herself back in 2007, ha been approached by show bosses to return to the house.


According to The Sun newspaper, it was hoped if Danielle said yes there could be "some seriously dramatic TV" as she and Jamie confronted one another.

A source told the tabloid: “CBB producers have approached Danielle’s management to ask her to go into the house.

“With Jamie in there and him talking a lot about their relationship they clearly think she will want to set the record straight.

“The approach has been made and her management are discussing it, but Danielle might not want to keep involved."

Danielle and Jamie divorced in 2014 and while Jamie has rarely mentioned Danielle by name on the show, he has spoken about his 'ex wife' a number of times.

But she has now ruled out heading into the house to have her say.


"Everyone has been begging me to go back in," Danielle explained this week. "There were discussions, but it would cause more problems. Jamie's face would be a picture. It's not even about the money."

She told OK! magazine: "I think [Jamie's] gone in there trying to make people feel sorry for him for having no money and implying that his ex-wife takes it all.

"But no, Jamie, you messed up, you cheated, that's your responsibility. Accept what you did was wrong and move on.

"Jamie forgets I had my own money and career before him."

Danielle continued (via DigitalSpy): "He's obviously never respected me because he humiliated me when he cheated on me and now I feel like he's humiliating me again.


"I'm getting daily abuse since he's been in there. Even if I post a picture of a meal, it's like, 'Did Jamie pay for that for you, slag?' or, 'You're such a c**t for taking your husband's money.' I don't deserve that."

Celebrity Big Brother 2017 continues nightly on Channel 5.

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