Angélique 'Frenchy' Morgan to return to Celebrity Big Brother
- Bang Showbiz
- 23 November 2016
Angélique 'Frenchy' Morgan has reportedly agreed to take part in the 'Celebrity Big Brother' spin-off 'All Stars vs Gold Stars'
Angélique 'Frenchy' Morgan is set to return to 'Celebrity Big Brother'.
The controversial 41-year-old model - who appeared on the reality TV show in 2014 but became the third contestant to get the boot - has reportedly signed a mega-money deal to take part in the forthcoming spin-off 'All Stars vs Gold Stars' in January.
A source told The Daily Star newspaper: "This time she is thinking bigger and better,. She wants to make a serious impact on the house so she's planning all kinds of tricks to wind them up. She knows the key to driving everyone crazy is through a lack of sleep or food so she'll be sure to lose tacks on purpose and create havoc late at night."
Although the official line-up for the show, which will see old housemates take on new contestants, is yet to be announced, it's believed bosses have also snapped up former 'Strictly Come Dancing' professional James Jordan because they know his inability to hold his sharp tongue will no doubt cause tension and lead to rows in the house.
The insider explained: "Channel 5 approached James with a six figure deal.
"The producers loved how feisty he was when he appeared on 'Celebrity Big Brother' in 2014 and they know he won't hold back."
Outspoken model Jasmine Lennard, who appeared on the show in 2012, is also reportedly in talks with producers to join the all-star special.
A source said previously: "Bringing in big personalities like James and Jasmine makes great TV and there could be a clash between the two of them."
But James isn't the only returning contestant to nab a six-figure money deal to join the forthcoming series, as reality TV couple Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag, who took part in the series in 2013, have also scribbled a mega-cash contract for the show.
The insider said: "Spencer and Heidi are very competitive and they got so close to winning last time that they're hell bent on coming out on top this time around."