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Celebrity Big Brother 10 (UK)

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Celebrity Big Brother
 
 
Series 10 (Summer 2012)
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Celebrity Big Brother 10 was the tenth series of the British reality television series Celebrity Big Brother. It launched on 15 August 2012,[1] two days after the final of Big Brother 13, and aired on Channel 5 and 5* for 24 days until 7 September 2012.[2] It was the third celebrity series to air on Channel 5 as part of a contract extension of the current two-year contract with Endemol, and the fifth series of Big Brother to air on Channel 5 since they acquired the show. The series was sponsored by hair product brand Schwarzkopf Live Color XXL. It was won by comedian Julian Clary,[3] with television presenter Coleen Nolan as runner-up. First evictee, Jasmine Lennard, later appeared as a guest for a two-day stint on Big Brother 16.

Coleen Nolan returned to the house for Celebrity Big Brother 19 as an All-Star representing this series. She won this series.

Contents

Pre-seriesEdit

BackgroundEdit

Initially, only one series of Big Brother and Celebrity Big Brother was planned to air once a year over the span of two years,[4] but on 27 March 2012, Channel 5 announced that a second celebrity series would air in 2012. This is the first time that two series of Celebrity Big Brother have been broadcast in the same year. It was also only the second edition to be shown in summer instead of winter.[5] Big Brother 13 was originally planned to run for thirteen weeks but was cut back to ten weeks to accommodate this series.[5]

AdvertsEdit

The first trailer for the series was broadcast on 9 August, which showed host Brian Dowling in the Diary Room, with Big Brother telling him who would be entering the House, reacting excitedly. A teaser clip showing facial features of all the celebrity housemates was shown on 11 August 2012.[citation needed]

Edit

The eye logo for the series was revealed on 4 August 2012. The eye remained similar to the Big Brother 13 logo, but with the iconic Celebrity Big Brother star in the centre and the rest of the eye reversed.[6]

VotingEdit

The only way for viewers to vote during this series was by calling a premium rate telephone number. It had initially been announced that Facebook voting would be in effect for this series but due to technical issues during Big Brother 13, Channel 5 cancelled these plans. The public voted for who they wanted to save and they voted for their winner in the final two days.

HouseEdit

The house remained largely unchanged from the thirteenth regular series. A separate room became the gym, the theme of the bedroom changed to a new maroon colour, with changed beds and a completely new carpet, the shower door was replaced and cameras were removed from the toilets, and new rugs were placed on the bathroom floor and the entrance to the garden. The sofas were also brand new to the Celebrity Big Brother House.[7]

TwistsEdit

Live nominationsEdit

On Day 3, housemates nominated live on Channel 5, on the spin-off show Celebrity Big Brother: Live from the House. The nominations took place face-to-face in the living room, where Big Brother told housemates that they were required to nominate just one housemate to face the public vote. As a result of this, with three nominations each, Jasmine and Rhian were nominated for eviction and Jasmine was evicted six days later.

Jasmine's motherEdit

After the second live eviction, Big Brother's Bit on the Side host Emma Willis revealed that Jasmine's mother, Marilyn Galsworthy, would enter the house during the weekend, and would be controlled by Jasmine through an earpiece as part of a task. During the task, Marilyn posed as 'Shelley' a supposedly famous medium who had entered the house after causing controversy in the outside world. If the housemates sussed out that 'Shelley' was a fake, Jasmine and Marilyn would not receive their special prize - the chance to grant two housemates of their choice immunity from the impending nominations. As the housemates knew she was a fake, Jasmine and Marilyn lost the task and the nominations were carried out as normal.

HousematesEdit

Ashley McKenzieEdit

Ashley McKenzie (born 17 July 1989)[8] is an English judoka and member of the Great Britain judo squad competing in the men's 60 kg category.[9] At the 2012 Summer Olympics, he was defeated in the second round. Having received only one nomination and never facing eviction for his entire stay, Ashley made the final on Day 24. He left the house in fifth position.

Cheryl FergisonEdit

Cheryl Fergison (born 27 August 1965)[10][11] is an English actress, most notable for playing Heather Trott in EastEnders. On Day 1, Cheryl, along with fellow housemate Julie were set a secret mission in which they had to follow Big Brother's directions in order to create drama in the house. Since they performed to Big Brother's satisfaction, they won their housemates a party. She was nominated for eviction on Day 8. On Day 10, she received the fewest votes and became the second housemate to be evicted from the house, despite the bookmaker's favourites to win the show.

Coleen NolanEdit

Coleen Patricia Nolan (born 12 March 1965) is an English television presenter, author, singer, and the youngest member of the girl group The Nolans. Nolan has since been a panellist on Loose Women and a contestant on Dancing on Ice. She was nominated for eviction on Day 8. Coleen made the Big Brother Final and was declared this year's runner up, finishing in 2nd place. She later returned to compete in Celebrity Big Brother 19 as an "All star" housemate where she became the winner.

Danica ThrallEdit

Sonia Danica Thrall, known by her modelling name Danica Thrall (born 30 March 1988) [12] is a model and reality TV personality, known for appearing in the documentary Sex, Lies & Rinsing Guys and being a regular presenter on televised sex line Elite TV. She was nominated for eviction on Day 15, but survived the vote. She was evicted on Day 17 in a double eviction.

HarveyEdit

Michael Harvey, Jr (born 1 May 1979),[citation needed] aka MC Harvey, is an English musician and former non-league footballer, best known as a member of So Solid Crew. Harvey made the final on Day 24 after never facing eviction during his entire stay within the Big Brother house. He was the first to leave on finale night finishing in 6th place.

Jasmine LennardEdit

Jasmine Lennard (born 25 July 1985)[13] is an English model, known for appearing on Make Me a Supermodel and for her publicised affair with Simon Cowell. On Day 3, in the face-to-face nominations she received three votes, and so was put up for eviction with Rhian. She received the fewest votes and so on Day 8 became the first person to be evicted. On Day 11, she returned to the diary room and task room in the 'Like Mother Like Daughter' task, in which her mother, Marilyn Galsworthy, entered the house whilst Jasmine gave her instructions via a hidden earpiece.

Julian ClaryEdit

Julian Peter McDonald Clary (born 25 May 1959)[14] is an English comedian and novelist, known for his deliberately stereotypical camp style, with a heavy reliance on innuendo and double entendre. He has also acted in films, television, and on stage. He was nominated for eviction on Day 8 but survived and later went on to become the winner of the series on Day 24.

Julie GoodyearEdit

Julie Goodyear, MBE (born Julie Kemp, 29 March 1942) is an English actress, best known for playing the long-running role of Bet Lynch on soap opera Coronation Street for over 28 years. On Day 1, Julie was the first housemate to enter the Celebrity Big Brother House, where she was given a secret mission along with fellow housemate Cheryl where they both had to create drama in the house by following instructions by Big Brother through earpieces. They both performed to Big Brother's satisfaction and won a party in the garden. She became the seventh celebrity to be evicted from the house on Day 22, losing out to Martin and a place in the Big Brother Final.

Martin KempEdit

Martin John Kemp (born 10 October 1961) is an English actor and musician, best known as the bassist in the New Romantic band Spandau Ballet, as well as for his portrayal as Steve Owen in EastEnders. He was nominated for eviction on Day 19 and having survived made the Big Brother final on Day 24 leaving the house in 3rd place.

Prince LorenzoEdit

Lorenzo Borghese (born 9 June 1972),[15] commonly known as Prince Lorenzo, is a member of the House of Borghese, a cosmetics entrepreneur and animal advocate and the featured bachelor on the ninth series of The Bachelor. He was nominated for eviction on Day 8. Prince Lorenzo was evicted from the house on Day 22 after receiving the lowest amount of viewer votes.

Rhian SugdenEdit

Rhian Marie Sugden (born 11 September 1986)[16] is an English glamour model and Page Three girl. She was nominated for eviction on Day 3 with Jasmine Lennard but survived the vote. She was then nominated again on Day 12 and was evicted on Day 15.

Samantha BrickEdit

Samantha Brick (born 1971) is a journalist who is publicly known for a column in the Daily Mail which read, Why Women Hate Me for Being Beautiful.[17] On Day 17, she was the fourth housemate to be evicted, after losing votes to Coleen and Danica.

The SituationEdit

Michael Sorrentino (born 4 July 1982),[18] aka "The Situation", is best known as a cast member on the American reality show Jersey Shore. He was nominated for eviction on Day 8, but survived. On Day 24, finale night, he finished in fourth place.

SummaryEdit

Weekly summary
Day 1 Entrances
  • Julie, Cheryl, The Situation, Julian, Rhian, Harvey, Samantha, Prince Lorenzo, Danica, Ashley, Coleen, Jasmine, and Martin entered the House.[19]
Tasks
  • Julie and Cheryl were given a secret mission in which they had to cause as much drama as they could by following Big Brother's instructions through an ear piece which was handed to them through the diary room on the launch. The task saw Julie and Cheryl have a fight about an affair Julie had with one of Cheryl's ex-boyfriends. The task ended with an argument climaxing with Julie throwing a drink in Cheryl's face. They both successfully passed the task and won the house a soap opera themed party in the garden.[20]
Day 2 Tasks
  • Julian and The Situation were called to the Diary Room in order to participate in "The Moment of Truth" task, in which they found two boards matching phrases to the other housemates' faces. As the pair were giving the answers, the other housemates had to stand behind a podium with a corresponding bubble they believe represents them the most, peeling off a square from the podium to reveal whether they are correct. Julian and The Situation had to match every housemate and statement correctly in order to pass. As they incorrectly matched Danica, Julie, Martin, and Rhian, they ultimately failed the task.
Day 3 Tasks
  • As part of the female housemates' secret mission, they must flirt with Prince Lorenzo in hopes of being picked as his princess. The princess will be given royal treatment from Lorenzo for the rest of the day, showered with gifts provided by HRH Big Brother. Prince Lorenzo chose Samantha to be his princess.[21]
Nominations
  • The first round of nominations took place live, face-to-face on Channel 5. Each housemate was given an envelope containing pictures of all the other housemates. Each of them then had to choose one housemate to nominate and show this housemate's picture to the rest of the group, giving a reason for their nomination. Jasmine and Rhian both received three nominations and will face the first public vote on Day 8.[22]
Day 4 Tasks
  • Julian and Julie became team captains, in which they had to judge the other housemates' talents and then select each housemate to represent their team. A vote on the Big Brother website determined involving representatives Ashley and Harvey, saw Ashley's team winning along with captain Julian a VIP party that night.
Day 6 Tasks
  • In order to win a luxury shopping budget, housemates were given £1000, and had to spend as much of it as possible.
Day 7 Tasks
  • As part of winning a luxury shopping budget, Big Brother chose Jasmine and Rhian to spend the £725 budget, exclusively outside the House. In the late night hours, they were transported to a local Morrisons, each taking turns in a trolley dash. If they spent more than the budget, they would lose all the groceries. Their groceries totalled £438.65, successfully allowing them to bring all the groceries back to the House.
Day 8 Nominations
  • Housemates nominated at night soon after Jasmine's eviction. Julian received five nominations, whilst Cheryl, Coleen, Prince Lorenzo and The Situation all tied with three nominations each, therefore all five housemates faced the public vote.
Exits
  • Jasmine became the first housemate to be evicted the House, after receiving the fewest votes to save.
Day 10 Tasks
  • Housemates participated in the task "The Majority Rules". In this task, the housemates were asked questions and instead of answering the correct answer, housemates had to ensure that they voted with the majority. Anyone who didn't vote with the majority were gunged.
Exits
  • Cheryl became the second housemate to be evicted from the House.
Day 11 Entrances
  • Jasmine's mother, Marilyn Galsworthy entered the House for the "Like Mother, Like Daughter" task. (See tasks).
Tasks
  • Marilyn introduced herself to the other housemates as a new housemate, celebrity psychic 'Shelly'. However, 'Shelly' was actually on a secret mission by Big Brother and was controlled by Jasmine herself throughout the day via. a special earpiece.
Day 12 Nominations
  • Danica received six nominations, whilst Rihan, Samantha, and The Situation all tied with three nominations each. All four of them will face the public vote on Day 15.
Tasks
  • Julian was set a task to read the housemates a bedtime story and was provided with a picture book filled with images of each housemate and an object of description. If Big Brother was satisfied with Julian's narration of the story, then he will be awarded with a special prize. He successfully passed the task, and was awarded with a visit from his two dogs in the Diary Room.
Day 13 Tasks
  • For this week's shopping task, housemates participated in a task called "Gods and mortals", in which Julie and Martin were selected to be the Gods, whilst the other housemates were the mortals. The Gods set a series of challenges for the mortals, which included blindfolding them to beat the hairs out of Medusa's heads using a bat. If the mortals passed each of the challenges, they would become a God. After completing the challenges, the Gods faced in ultimate battles each other for power. Prince Lorenzo had won the final battle, against Martin. It was later revealed that the housemates successfully passed the task, and were awarded their weekly shopping budget.
Day 15 Nominations
  • Another round of face-to-face nominations occurred again, shortly after Rihan's exit from the House. Coleen and Danica received the most nominations along with Samantha, to which they will all face the eviction on Day 17.
Exits
  • Rhian became the third housemate to be evicted from the House.
Day 16 Punishments
  • The Situation was punished by Big Brother, after being caught cheating during the face-to-face nominations on Day 15. As a result, his nominations for the upcoming eviction were voided and was ultimately banned from nominating during the rest of the series.
Day 17 Tasks
  • Coleen hosted a daytime chat show, where she and the other female housemates discussed a series of topics set by Big Brother. This included Samantha's views on a successful marriage, Danica's attitude to flirting, and Julie's thoughts on being a celebrity.
Exits
  • Samantha became the fourth housemate to be evicted from the House.
  • Danica became the fifth housemate to be evicted from the House.
Day 19 Nominations
  • The final set of nominations began, without the exception of The Situation. Julie received the most nominations, and will face the public vote alongside Martin and Prince Lorenzo on Day 22.
Day 20 Tasks
  • Housemates became television stars for a two-day task. Julie had to read the news, whilst Ashley, Prince Lorenzo and Martin appeared together on a kids show.
Day 21 Tasks
  • The television task continued, with Harvey and The Situation competing against each other as quiz contestants, and Julian and Coleen hosting Big Brother's shopping channel, entitled Big Brother's Big Deals.
Day 22 Exits
  • Prince Lorenzo became the sixth housemate to be evicted from the House.
  • Julie became the seventh housemate to be evicted from the House.
Day 24 Exits
  • Harvey left the House in sixth place, followed by Ashley in fifth, then The Situation in fourth, and Martin in third. Julian was announced as the winner of the series, meaning that Coleen was the runner-up.

Nominations tableEdit

Day 3 Day 8 Day 12 Day 15 Day 19 Day 24
Final
Nominations
received
Julian The Situation The Situation,
Prince Lorenzo
Samantha,
Prince Lorenzo
Samantha,
The Situation
Prince Lorenzo,
Martin
Winner
(Day 24)
9
Coleen Rhian The Situation,
Julie
The Situation,
Samantha
Samantha,
The Situation
Julie,
Martin
Runner-up
(Day 24)
9
Martin Jasmine Coleen,
Rhian
Danica,
Harvey
Samantha,
Julian
Julie,
Julian
Third place
(Day 24)
6
The Situation Coleen Coleen,
Cheryl
Danica,
Prince Lorenzo
Coleen,
Danica
Banned Fourth place
(Day 24)
10
Ashley Prince Lorenzo Danica,
Julian
Danica,
Rhian
Danica,
Coleen
Julie,
Martin
Fifth place
(Day 24)
1
Harvey Danica Danica,
Julian
Danica,
Coleen
Danica,
Prince Lorenzo
Prince Lorenzo,
Julie
Sixth place
(Day 24)
2
Julie Coleen Prince Lorenzo,
Coleen
Rhian,
Danica
Danica,
Coleen
The Situation,
Prince Lorenzo
Evicted
(Day 22)
7
Prince Lorenzo Jasmine Cheryl,
Julian
Julian,
The Situation
Julian,
Julie
Julie,
Harvey
Evicted
(Day 22)
10
Danica Jasmine Julian,
Prince Lorenzo
Martin,
Samantha
Samantha,
Ashley
Evicted
(Day 17)
14
Samantha Rhian Julian,
Rhian
Rhian,
Danica
Coleen,
Danica
Evicted
(Day 17)
9
Rhian Martin Samantha,
Cheryl
Martin,
The Situation
Evicted
(Day 15)
8
Cheryl Rhian The Situation,
Samantha
Evicted
(Day 10)
3
Jasmine Danica Evicted
(Day 8)
3
Notes 1 none 2 3 4
Against
public vote
Jasmine,
Rhian
Cheryl,
Coleen,
Julian,
Prince Lorenzo,
The Situation
Danica,
Rhian,
Samantha,
The Situation
Coleen,
Danica,
Samantha
Julie,
Martin,
Prince Lorenzo
Ashley,
Coleen,
Harvey,
Julian,
Martin,
The Situation
Evicted Jasmine
Fewest votes
to save
Cheryl
Fewest votes
(out of 3)
to save
Rhian
Fewest votes
to save
Samantha
Fewest votes
(out of 3)
to save
Prince Lorenzo
Fewest votes
to save
Harvey
Fewest votes
(out of 6)
Martin
Fewest votes
(out of 3)
Ashley
Fewest votes
(out of 5)
Coleen
Fewest votes
(out of 2)
Danica
Fewest votes
(out of 2)
to save
Julie
Fewest votes
to save
The Situation
Fewest votes
(out of 4)
Julian
Most votes
to win

NotesEdit

  • ^Note 1 : On Day 3, housemates nominated face-to-face during a live broadcast. In a change to the usual format, each housemate was only allowed to make one nomination. The housemates were then allowed to discuss the nominations for the rest of that night.[22]
  • ^Note 2 : Shortly after Rhian's eviction on Day 15, housemates were required to nominate two housemates for eviction, face-to-face. The housemates were then allowed to discuss the nominations for the rest of that night. A double eviction took place on Day 17, meaning the three or more housemates with the most votes faced eviction.
  • ^Note 3 : On Day 16, The Situation was punished after being caught cheating during Day 15 face-to-face nominations. Big Brother deemed his votes void and banned him from nominating for the rest of the series. Another double eviction took place on Day 22.
  • ^Note 4 : For the final two days the public were voting for who they wanted to win rather than to save.

Ratings and receptionEdit

On 15 August 2012, the launch show drew 2.7 million viewers, and is down on the ninth series earlier in January which drew 3.5 million viewers.[23] On 7 September 2012, the finale show drew 2.1 million viewers, and again is down on the ninth series by a million viewers.[24]

Television ratingsEdit

Official ratings are taken from BARB and include Channel 5 +1.[25]

Official viewers (millions)
Week 1 Week 2 Week 3
Saturday 1.82 1.73 1.75
Sunday 2.31 1.89 2.15
Monday 2.22 2.28 2.32
Tuesday 2.37 2.44 2.28
Wednesday 2.96 2.42 2.18 2.14
1.54 2.18
Thursday 2.10 2.43 2.32 1.92
Friday 2.18 2.15 2.46 2.41
Weekly average 2.30 2.11 2.14
Running average 2.30 2.21 2.18
Series average 2.2
blue-coloured boxes denote live shows.

ReferencesEdit

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