Danielle Lloyd to enter Celebrity Big Brother house?
- Bang Showbiz
- 17 January 2017
'Celebrity Big Brother' producers are determined to get Danielle Lloyd into the house to face her ex-husband Jamie O'Hara
'Celebrity Big Brother' producers are determined to get Danielle Lloyd into the house to face her ex-husband Jamie O'Hara.
The 33-year-old model - who has sons Archie, Harry and George with the footballer - is reportedly being scouted by Channel 5 for a place in the infamous house, as producers believe the feud between her and Jamie would make for "seriously dramatic TV."
A source told The Sun newspaper: "'CBB' producers have approached Danielle's management to ask her to go into the house.
"With Jamie in there and him talking a lot about their relationship they clearly think she will want to set the record straight.
"The approach has been made and her management are discussing it, but Danielle might not want to keep involved.
"She can easily keep her distance and air her views on social media instead, but the offer is there.
"If she did go in it would make for some seriously dramatic TV."
Danielle - who previously appeared on the reality show in 2007 - might not be so keen on returning however, as she recently admitted her ex's appearance on the show has given her "so much anxiety" she's now "frightened" about leaving the house.
She said: "I had to stop watching the programme because it was causing me so much anxiety. But then the hate messages towards me from the public started appearing on my social media. At first I replied to some of the comments about me being a gold digger to let people know it wasn't true. But then I stopped because they just kept coming and getting worse. Some are really vile, calling me a slag and all sorts of swear words.
"I'm suffering from panic attacks and now I only go out when I have to because I'm frightened someone will recognise me and have a go. My chest feels really tight all the time because of the stress and anxiety and sometimes I can't breathe. Even the school run has become difficult because people are looking at me in the playground. I don't deserve this kind of abuse. It isn't fair."