Ed Sheeran's tattooist for Celebrity Big Brother?
- Bang Showbiz
- 6 March 2017
Ed Sheeran's tattooist Kevin Paul is wanted by bosses of 'Celebrity Big Brother' for the summer series,
Ed Sheeran's tattooist is set to enter the 'Celebrity Big Brother' house this summer.
Producers are trying to put together their line up for the forthcoming series of reality TV show and are desperate to bag Kevin Paul - who has made a name for himself after inking the flame-haired hunk as well as carrying out etchings on the likes of Rihanna, Harry Styles and Dappy - as they think he'll spill the beans on his celebrity clients.
A source told the Daily Mirror newspaper: "Kevin has been tattooing some of the most famous people int he world for years and counts many of them as friends. The 'Celebrity Big Brother' team believe his tales of the stars would make him a very popular and interesting housemate. His profile is massive at the moment because of his work on Ed - his friendship with arguably the biggest pop star on the planet."
Details on the new series are being kept tightly under wraps for the time being but it's believed bosses are considering a pairs theme, following the success of Speidi and Jedward in the winter installment in January, and are keen on the Cheeky Girls.
A source explained to The Sun newspaper: "Show bosses think this could be the best year yet and the pairs theme is already shaping up nicely. Gabriela and Monica have never done '...Big Brother' -- they've been waiting for the right moment."
The girls - known for parading their pert posteriors in gold hot pants - made a name for themselves in 2002 when they auditioned for 'Popstar: The Rivals' and went on to have four top 10 hits between 2002 and 2004, including 'The Cheeky Song (Touch My Bum)'.
However, it looks like bosses will need to work extra hard if they're serious about securing the Romanian-born pop duo as they recently admitted they're not keen on adding any drama to their lives at the moment and aren't keen on the television show.
Gabriela said: "The show is too much stress and drama... we don't need any of that."