Celeb Big Bro: Jasmine's mum enters house!
The mother of Celebrity Big Brother evictee Jasmine Lennard has become the latest person to enter the house - surprising the others with her arrival on Saturday afternoon. Actress Marilyn Goldsworthy entered the house as part of a task entitled Like Mother, Like Daughter - calling herself 'Shelley' and taking instructions via an earpiece from her evicted daughter. And although she is on a mission to try and oonvince the others she is an actual new housemate, several of them have remained unconvinced. Harvey was among those who shared his suspicions, telling the others, "She's come in here to do something," while Ashley agreed. "There's no picture on the wall...funny how we haven't got a task today," he pointed out. Harvey also noticed that Marilyn - who is attempting to convince the others that she has entered the house following her involvement in an undisclosed scandal - has been touching her hair, and has accused her of wearing an earpiece. However Marilyn responded by telling him, "I'm just a hair flicker of the world." Her entry into the house comes following Jasmine's elimination on Wednesday night, followed by Cheryl Fergison, who was evicted on Friday.
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An entertainment writer with a diverse taste in TV and film, he lists Seinfeld, The Sopranos, The Chase, The Thick of It and Detectorists among his favourite shows, but steers well clear of most sci-fi.