Frankie Grande allowed to film live show from CBB house
Frankie Grande has been allowed to shoot his fashion segment for his online show 'Style Code Live' while he's been locked up in the 'Celebrity Big Brother' house.
Frankie Grande has been allowed to film his fashion segment for 'Style Code Live' from the 'Celebrity Big Brother' house.
The 33-year-old musical theatre star has been given permission by Channel 5 bosses to shoot his web-based show on numerous occasions while he's been locked away.
The flamboyant actor filmed his first segment just days after he arrived in the famous abode where he appeared to rate his fellow housemates' fashion sense and style.
Speaking to his co-hosts Lyndsey Rodrigues and Rachel Smith, he said: "Hey guys, It's Frankie! Have you missed me? I've definitely missed you guys ...
"...I've been noticing a lot of fashion trends we've been talking about on Style Guide in the house."
Amazon's 'Style Code Live' is a daily live show, which allows fashion enthusiasts to discuss and shop the latest trends.
However, an insider has claimed that, despite the clever editing of the online programme, Frankie - who is the older brother of pop star Ariana Grande - hasn't actually communicated with anyone on the outside world.
The source told The Sun newspaper: "Frankie doesn't leave the house, nor speaks or meets with anyone from the outside while filming for 'Style Guide'."
Meanwhile, Frankie isn't the first star to be given special treatment while inside the abode as Sam Faiers was also granted permission to continue her column for OK! magazine while she was locked up within the four walls in 2014.
Rylan Clark-Neal was also allowed to leave the house to rehearse for 'The X Factor' live show in 2013, while Mario Falcone was granted approval to visit the US embassy during his time on the programme in the summer series.