Celebrity Big Brother's Natalie Nunn kicks off at her fellow housemates

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Natalie Nunn kicked off in the Celebrity Big Brother house yesterday.

The US reality star stirs up a storm in the living area in scenes to air in tonight's highlights.


This year's Celebrity Big Brother has an 'Eye Of The Storm' theme.

Channel 5 said of the new twist: "All of the celebrity names entering the house will have been caught up in their own media storm.

"And now, the celebrities are once again putting themselves in the public eye and this time they have a lot to prove."

Natalie was keen to know what 'storm' surrounded the other housemates, but they weren't all that keen to share.

As some housemates were left upset by Natalie's questioning of their past, she hit back.


"I really want to know who I'm living with. I would like to know things about people," she demanded.

"I don't live in the UK I don't know what your guys things are. I have the right to ask what I want to ask," she added.

Natalie continued: "Why is it so f**king tense? Is your storm that bad? Then I really want to know

"I would like to know who you guys are, I'm living with you, I'm sleeping with you guys, I'm showering with you guys. I would like to know and I'm going to ask."

Elsewhere in tonight's highlights, the housemates nominate for the first time this year.

However, there was a twist with immunity up for grabs for one lucky housemate.

On launch night, Hollywood actress Kirstie Alley became Celebrity Big Brother's first 'President'. Coronation Street actor Ryan Thomas was named as vice president.

In a twist, they have the power to grant a 'presidential pardon' to one housemate to become immune from eviction.

In this evening's episode, Dan sticks up for Gabby during his nominations.

Meanwhile, Kirstie reveals how she made a fortune off of fat loss and Jermaine gets close with Chloe.


Celebrity Big Brother airs tonight at 9PM on Channel 5.

Alongside the main show, Rylan Clark-Neal hosts Bit On The Side nightly.

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