Courtney Act suffers EPIC dress malfunction on Celebrity Big Brother 2018

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Courtney Act entered the Celebrity Big Brother 2018 house tonight, and certainly made a name for herself.

RuPaul’s Drag Race star Courtney Act – aka Shane Jenek – was the second male celebrity to join the show this evening.

But her risqué outfit fell apart outside the house, resulting in quite the entrance.

Host Emma Willis couldn’t quite believe what she was seeing, and nor could the viewers.

You can relive Courtney’s entrance in the video below…

Courtney joined the show tonight as one of eight new male celebrities, following an all women launch on Tuesday.

A source said of her signing up: “Courtney has seen everything as a drag queen so nothing will faze her in the house.

“She’s a pro who won’t be intimidated by any of the big personalities in there and she won’t back down from a row.”

But despite the men joining, the all women starting cast will remain in charge.

In tonight’s live show, host Emma Willis will ask the women to allocate roles to the men including butlers, chefs, house cleaners and toilet cleaners.

The guys will then have to serve the women and fulfil their every demand.

Those making up the current all female line up are former MP Ann Widdecombe, Keeping Up With The Kardashians star Malika Haqq, Boris Johnson’s sister Rachel Johnson, Ex On The Beach star Jess Impiazzi and actress Amanda Barrie.

Joining them as it stands are Made In Chelsea’s Ashley James, newsreader India Willoughby and former Detective Constable Maggie Oliver, known for her work investigating the Rochdale grooming scandal.

Other men in the series include footballer turned pundit John Barnes, British ballet dancer Wayne Sleep and Comedian Dapper Laughs, real name is Daniel O’Reilly.

Also set to enter are Love Island’s Jonny Mitchell, Boyzone singer Shane Lynch, US R&B star Ginuwine, The Apprentice candidate Andrew Brady and RuPaul’s Drag Race star Courtney Act – aka Shane Jenek.

Celebrity Big Brother airs nightly on Channel 5.

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