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Celebrity Big Brother: Channel 5 boss was 'furious' with Stormy Daniels

Celebrity Big Brother: Channel 5 boss was 'furious' with Stormy Daniels

Channel 5 controller Ben Frow has said he was "bloody furious" about Stormy Daniels pulling out of Celebrity Big Brother.The adult film star, who alleges she had an affair with US president Donald Trump, was expected to enter the house last week.Speaking at the Edinburgh TV Festival, Frow revealed they planned much of this year's show around Daniels.This included constructing a miniature White House for the series."We built a whole week around Stormy. I flew someone out to accompany her here. She disappeared on us," Frow said.
"We built the White House and whole [expletive] thing around her."
Stormy Daniels as she appeared on Monday's Loose Women
Earlier this week, Daniels appeared on ITV's Loose Women in a pre-recorded interview and told the panel that a development in the ongoing custody battle for her seven-year old daughter made her feel "uncomfortable" about staying in the reality TV house."Being a mum comes first," Daniels said, "and I wanted to be able to talk to her with everything going on."
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Frow also addressed rumours that this could be Big Brother's last year on Channel 5."I have planned for a year without Big Brother, but never say never. The contract runs out at Christmas," he said.One week into the present series, Celebrity Big Brother has been as controversial as ever with more than 1,000 viewers complaining to Ofcom when Rodrigo Alves used the N-word twice during a drunken conversation on his first night in the house.
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Big Brother does not tolerate the use of highly offensive, racially charged language in the House. Rodrigo has received a formal and final warning and if he uses such language again, he will be removed immediately. Rodrigo has apologised for his comments. #CBB pic.twitter.com/NX8scGPUkW— Big Brother UK (@bbuk) August 17, 2018
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The reality show sparked even more controversy this week after setting housemates a task based on the US border crisis.
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Finding #cbb really tasteless tonight. Genuinely shocked that they’re making a game and a joke out of what’s going on in America right now. Completely tone deaf.— Lauren Franklin (@Franklinsays) August 19, 2018
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I feel the whole point of these tasks (which were supposed to be led by Stormy Daniels) was to annoy Trump to the point where he would tweet about it - and boost #cbb ratings hugely. It’s all backfired and these tasks are distasteful. #CBBuk— Claire (@OurCluurr) August 19, 2018
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