Davina McCall's Big Brother ban
Davina McCall refused to let her three children watch 'Big Brother' because it wasn't suitable
Davina McCall refused to let her children watch 'Big Brother'.
The TV presenter hosted the Channel 4 reality TV show from when it started in 2000 to when it ended last year but she wasn't keen on kids, Holly, nine, Tilly, seven, and four-year-old Chester seeing the programme because it wasn't suitable.
She said: "'Big Brother' was on too late and there was a lot of swearing in it! It's probably not healthy for them to watch me on TV too much because I'm not that person to them, I'm their mum."
While she wouldn't let them watch 'Big Brother', Davina - who is married to 'Pet Rescue' host Matthew Robertson - says the whole family like to view her latest TV show, 'Got To Dance' because it's suitable for everyone.
She said: "This is the first show they've been allowed to watch. We have a party every Sunday night and all kids al sit in front of the TV. It's a family programme so we can all watch it together."