Lee Ryan and Jasmine Waltz discuss marriage on CBB
Lee Ryan and Jasmine Waltz took their budding romance one step further on last night's (13.01.14) 'Celebrity Big Brother' when they jokingly discussed getting married and inviting fellow housemate Casey Batchelor to watch them get hitched
Lee Ryan and Jasmine Waltz discussed getting married on last night's (13.01.14) 'Celebrity Big Brother'.
The Blue singer and the US actress grew even closer as they whispered sweet nothings to one another from the toilet - the only place in the house which doesn't have cameras - and they could be heard kissing each other.
Lee told Jasmine: "I'll be a good man to you if you let me."
"I'll just look after you, I'll be with you if you'll let me. I just don't want you to go back. I will look after you, I will look after you and I want you to look after me."
She replied: "You're a very, very, very good man."
The 30-year-old hunk came under fire from the public earlier in the series after kissing fellow housemate Casey Batchelor, who he was handcuffed to for the first few nights as part of a task, before spending some alone time with Jasmine in the toilet one night later.
But he has now made it clear who his main affections are for and joked with Jasmine, 31, about the pair tying the knot, and they even made a quip about having the ceremony in the house and inviting Casey to watch them get hitched.
He said: "When are we getting married?"
She replied: "Today."
Meanwhile, the show has come under fire from several members of the public after it aired explicit scenes on Sunday night's (12.01.14) show, which saw half of the housemates dressed in PVC bondage outfits for a task.
Lee, Jasmine, Luisa Zissman, 26, Lionel Blair, 82, Sam Faiers, 24, and Ollie Locke, 27, all donned the raunchy garments for the challenge, in which some whipped each other and pole danced as they aimed to produce Certificate-18 adult footage.
But the sexual scenes did not go down well with some and as of 9am yesterday TV watchdog Ofcom had received 30 complains.
An Ofcom spokesman said: "We've received complaints, which we will look at but no decision at this stage has been made to investigate."
Following the broadcast of the footage, which aired after the 9pm watershed, campaign group Mediawatch has called for the show to be regulated.
Director Vivienne Pattison told the Daily Star newspaper: "I hope Ofcom shows its teeth and comes down hard on Channel 5. Enough is enough. It's time to regulate it."