Nikki Grahame has revealed her thoughts on this year’s Celebrity Big Brother

Celebrity Big Brother is dominating our evenings these days – we just can’t get enough of all the drama, drama, drama and it seems as though former contestant Nikki Grahame agrees.

The 33-year-old TV personality, who appeared on the seventh series of Big Brother back in 2006, spoke exclusively to Now about her thoughts on the show, in particular CBB couple Stevi Ritchie and Chloe-Jasmine.


Speaking at Wednesday night’s Jeans for Genes party which was held at Chinawhite nightclub in London, Nikki revealed:

‘The Stevi and Chloe thing is weirding me out a bit too much – it’s not real, I’m sure of that.’

She added:

‘How can she (Chloe) be attracted to him? He seems like a lovely boy but I just think it’s fake!’

Ouch! Stevi, 34, and fiancée Chloe, 24, have definitely been providing us with plenty of entertainment – in fact, during Wednesday evening’s show, cracks started to appear in the couple’s relationship, with Stevi even accusing Chloe of fancying housemate James Hill.

Nikki also spoke about Teen Mom star Farrah Abraham, 24, who has caused quite a stir in this year’s CBB house.

‘I think Farrah is a homophobe, 100 per-cent. What she said to Austin about how she can have babies and he can never have babies, was totally out of line,’ claimed Nikki, adding:

‘If there’s one thing I can’t stand, it’s a homophobe, and I want her out of that house!’

As a BB pro, Nikki confessed that her favourite to win this year’s series is US star Austin Armacost with Janice Dickinson coming a ‘close second’.

‘She is me in 40 years time,’ explained Nikki.

Speaking about Janice’s diary room collapse on Tuesday evening, the star said: ‘Her performance yesterday in the diary room was just brilliant. I can relate to it so much. I totally empathised with her. I did feel sorry for her – I mean everything was over enhanced obviously but she was just so funny!’

Watch CBB on channel 5 tonight at 9!

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Lucy Gornall