CBB: Is this the HUGE nominations twist?

CBB: Is this the HUGE nominations twist?

Not only is she now taking part in Celebrity Big Brother, but she's also best friends with Khloe Kardashian, whose recent pregnancy news has been a constant buzz of speculation and excitement.

The former Maidstone and The Weald MP is one of five housemates facing eviction on Friday night.

After they won the task Ann and Dapper were given the power to choose who should be saved and who should be put up for eviction - with the pair of them both agreeing Dapper, real name Daniel O'Reilly, should be safe from the chop.

Ann has previously described herself as "Puritan" during her time in the Celebrity Big Brother house, notably maintaining a strict routine and bedtime for herself and therefore those she shares a room with.

"Me and Ann agreed -thank you Ann - that she would save me", he told the other celebrities.

CBB: Is this the HUGE nominations twist?

Clearly not impressed with the prospect of looking like the bootylicious reality star, Ann retorted: "Well, I'm not going to let you touch my makeup at all tomorrow".

Channel 5 have confirmed that the live final date for this series of Celebrity Big Brother will take place on Friday 2nd February at 9pm. Having told her repeatedly that I'm a woman, I'm a she, I just got exhausted of verbally doing it and I thought I'm just going to let my body speak for itself.

Their decision caused shock among the housemates, who gasped as the news was revealed - while Maggie branded the decision upsetting as she headed off for a chat with Big Brother.

During Wednesday's episode, Ann was seen moving around the house in order to find Ashley, as Big Brother would not turn off the bedroom lights until she was in bed. There's a very uncomfortable feeling in the house and I think that everyone's picked up on that.

She said: "I understand you voted against any pro-LGBT legislation in parliament in your 23 years?"

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