CBB house has royal makeover
The 'Celebrity Big Brother' house has been transformed into a palace which contains chandeliers made from golden champagne glasses and silk bed sheets
The 'Celebrity Big Brother' house has been transformed into a palace.
The stars on the new series of the reality show will be treated to a spectacular setting which contains chandeliers made from golden champagne glasses, silver cutlery, and marble statues at the property in Elstree Studios in Borehamwood, Hertfordshire.
This refurbishment is all part of 'Big Brother' bosses' plans to lull them into a false sense of security before they drop in a few "twists" to keep audiences entertained.
A source told the Daily Star newspaper: "We want to make them feel at home. That way, when we drop in a few shocks and twists, it will cause chaos. They must never forget that Big Brother is always in charge!"
The bedrooms have also been given a makeover with beds draped in silk sheets and golden-edged sofas.
Keeping with the theme, the garden had undergone a trim and contains trees which are sculpted into the shapes of animals and birds, while the outdoor bathroom has been replaced with a swanky smoking area which features leather chairs and golden lions statues.
Emma Willis, 37, is will return to present the main show which is due to kick off on January 3, 2014.
It is rumoured that 'The Only Way Is Essex' star Sam Faiers, N-Dubz' Dappy - real name Costadinos Contostavlos - outspoken TV personality Katie Hopkins and former glamour model Katie Price are set to star in the next 'Celebrity Big Brother'.