Frankie Dettori named Big Brother Dictator
This week's 'Celebrity Big Brother' shopping task sees Frankie Dettori appointed a Dictator - with his housemate secretly instructed to plot a revolution against him
Frankie Dettori has been appointed the Dictator by Big Brother.
The jockey must give out strict orders to his housemates and dish out punishments for misbehaviour in this week's shopping task - but unbeknownst to him, the others must secretly plot a revolution in order to pass the task.
Frankie has appointed Neil 'Razor' Ruddock and Ryan Moloney as his bodyguards, who must accompany him everywhere, including his luxurious Golden Palace - the gym - while the other housemates must spend their time in the main house and garden, with basic, unbranded canned food, and obey the orders they are given.
Later today (15.01.13), one housemate will be called to the Diary Room and told they are the Leader of the Revolution, who must initiate secret missions to secure the success of the revolution.
The leader's first task will come after the Dictator - who is to seize all hair and beauty products and have them locked away by his guards - announces he wants all housemates to come to him and shower him with compliments to pledge their allegiance. The chosen housemate must offend Frankie and be sent to the jail that has been erected in the garden. Unbenownst to the group, the cell houses hidden explosives which will be needed to blow up Frankie's statue during tomorrow's (16.01.13) revolution.
Later, the Dictator will announce he wants two female housemates to join him for dinner, and the women will be given a phone tapping device to hide in the palace. They must also steal the keys to the trunk of the banned items without being caught.
Today will end with the housemates treated to a silent disco - but playing in their headphones will be a revealing conversation between Frankie and Big Brother about his housemates.