Jamie Raven for Celebrity Big Brother?
'Britain's Got Talent' 2015 runner-up wants to enter the 'Celebrity Big Brother' house and play tricks on the contestants
Jamie Raven wants to go on 'Celebrity Big Brother' to play tricks on the contestants.
The 32-year-old magician - who was the runner-up act on 'Britain's Got Talent' in 2015 - is desperate to enter the infamous abode so he can "hypnotise" the stars in to thinking he's the "funniest" guy ever and can make them do all the chores.
Speaking exclusively to BANG showbiz, he said: "I would try and hypnotise them in to thinking I was the nicest and funniest guy ever and then I would also make them do all the washing up and tidying up so I could just lay there and do as I wanted.
"I think it would be quite funny for a while and then they might get bored and vote me. Maybe if I did one trick every day they would let me stay."
And the magic expert - who impressed judges Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon, Amanda Holden and David Walliams during his time on the talent show with his jaw-dropping tricks - would love to see a house full of comedians for endless laughs.
He said: "I would like to go in there with Peter Kay as I think he's the funniest person ever. I'd love to meet Ricky Gervais as well, as I think he's hilarious. Jamie Oliver because he's got a great name and he could cook for everyone, that would be amazing. Ozwald Boateng because he makes the most amazing suits ever and then he could dress everyone and everyone would be happy and then I could do a little show for everyone."
Jamie will be embarking on the final leg of his Jamie Raven live tour in February.
February 4 - Ferneham Hall, Fareham
February 5 - Camberley Theatre, Camberley
February 6 - New Theatre, Oxford
February 7 - Theatre Royal, Glasgow
February 8 - New Theatre Royal, Lincoln
February 9 - Assembly Hall, Tunbridge Wells
February 10 - Grove Theatre, Dunstable
February 11 - Theatre Royal, Wakefield
February 12 - Rose Theatre, Kingston
February 13 - Princess Theatre, Torquay
February 14 - Regent Theatre, Stoke
February 21 - Southport Theatre, Southport
February 23 - Grand, Lancaster
February 24 - Charter Theatre, Preston
February 25 - Playhouse, Harlow
February 26 - Broadway, Letchworth
February 27 - Hexagon Theatre, Reading