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Celebrity Big Brother (UK series 18)
Celebrity Big Brother 18 eye logo.jpeg
Series eighteen logo
Presented byEmma Willis
No. of days30
No. of housemates15
WinnerStephen Bear
Runner-upRicky Norwood
Companion showBig Brother's Bit On The Side
Country of originUnited Kingdom
No. of episodes33
Release
Original networkChannel 5
Original release28 July (2016-07-28) –
26 August 2016 (2016-08-26)
Series chronology
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Series 19

Celebrity Big Brother 18 was the eighteenth series of the British reality television series Celebrity Big Brother, hosted by Emma Willis and narrated by Marcus Bentley. The series launched on 28 July 2016, just two days after the conclusion of Big Brother 17 [1] on Channel 5 in the United Kingdom and TV3 in Ireland.[2] The series ended on 26 August 2016, making it the longest summer series to date and the third-longest series of Celebrity Big Brother in its history, behind series 15 and 17, respectively.[3] Rylan Clark-Neal continues to present the spin-off show Celebrity Big Brother's Bit on the Side. It is the eleventh celebrity series and the seventeenth series of Big Brother overall to air on Channel 5.

On 26 August 2016, the series was won by Stephen Bear with Ricky Norwood finishing as runner-up.[4][5]

Production[edit]

[edit]

The official eye logo for the series was released on 8 July 2016 when it was posted online by presenter Emma Willis. The eye is the same that was used in Big Brother 17 which was split, with black on one side and white on the other with shattered, coloured glass separating them down the middle, however the logo features a star in the middle to represent the celebrity series.[6] On 15 July 2016 a revamped eye was revealed. The revamped eye is the same as the former eye, but now split into a gold half and a white half.[7]

Teasers[edit]

On 19 July 2016, a brief 4-second "eye flash" aired on Channel 5 with the series eye logo emblazoned on a suitcase.[8] On 21 July 2016, countdown adverts started airing with clues to the housemates identities, with the clues being "Beach bod",[9] "Glamour puss",[10] "National treasure",[11] and "Iconic model".

Broadcasting[edit]

On 8 July 2016, it was confirmed that the spin-off show Bit on the Side would air an additional episode on Sunday nights on 5Star.[1] Hour-long midnight live feed also returned for the series.[12]

House[edit]

On 28 July 2016, Good Morning Britain toured the house and uploaded a 30-second video to their YouTube channel containing pictures of the kitchen area, stairs, bedroom and an empty living area. The sofa was confirmed to be Emerald Green.

The staircase was changed to gold along with the diary room door and walls. In the bedroom the gold theme continued and the carpet was changed to cream colour. The pod was also changed to a golden front with a red and orange theme inside. The bathroom was pretty much the same however all of the LED lighting was changed to a golden colour to compliment the celebrity series.

Housemates[edit]

On Day 1, fifteen housemates entered the house.[13]

Celebrity Age on entry Notability Day entered Day exited Status
Stephen Bear 26 Reality TV star 1 30 Winner
Ricky Norwood 28 Actor 1 30 Runner-up
Renee Graziano 47 Reality TV star 1 30 3rd Place
Marnie Simpson 24 Reality TV star 1 30 4th Place
Aubrey O'Day 32 Singer and reality TV star 1 30 5th Place
Frankie Grande 33 Internet personality and half-brother of Ariana Grande[a] 1 30 6th Place
Samantha Fox 50 Model and singer 1 27 Evicted
Katie Waissel 30 Singer 1 27 Evicted
James Whale 65 Radio broadcaster 1 23 Evicted
Lewis Bloor 26 Reality TV star 1 23 Evicted
Heavy D 43 Reality TV star 1 20 Evicted
Chloe Khan 25 Media personality 1 16 Evicted
Saira Khan 46 TV presenter 1 13 Evicted
Grant Bovey 55 Media personality and ex-husband of Anthea Turner 1 9 Evicted
Christopher Biggins 67 Actor and TV presenter 1 9 Ejected
  1. ^ Frankie Grande previously participated on the sixteenth series of Big Brother in the United States, where he finished in 5th place.[14]

Aubrey O'Day[edit]

Aubrey O'Day, is a singer and reality television personality from San Francisco, member of the duo Dumblonde, reality television personality, and a former member of the platinum selling girl group Danity Kane. In 2012 she competed in the fifth series of The Celebrity Apprentice, where she finished third before being fired by Donald Trump. On Day 6, she received a formal and final warning for unacceptable behaviour. On Day 30, she left the house in fifth place.

Stephen Bear[edit]

Stephen Bear, known as Bear, is a British reality television personality from Walthamstow, who was featured as a cast member on the third series of MTV's Ex on the Beach where he began a relationship with Geordie Shore star Vicky Pattison. He entered the house on Day 1. On Day 7 he was given a formal and final warning for unacceptable behaviour. On Day 9, he was cursed with eternal nomination for the duration of the series by his other housemates and faced every subsequent eviction. On Day 30, he left the house as the winner.

Christopher Biggins[edit]

Christopher Biggins, also known as Biggins, is an actor from Hackney who has starred in Porridge, I, Claudius and Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads?. In 2007 he won the seventh series of I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!. He entered the house on Day 1. He was removed from the house on Day 9 after making offensive comments.[15] Forty-four people complained to Ofcom about comments Biggins made about bisexuals, but Ofcom ruled that although the comments could cause offence, they were likely to be within the audience's expectations, and his comments were therefore found not to be in breach of broadcasting rules.[16]

Chloe Khan[edit]

Chloe Khan, formerly Chloe Mafia,[17] aged 25 is a model and media personality from Wakefield, West Yorkshire, known from her Manchester audition on the seventh series of The X Factor and for appearing on Snog Marry Avoid?.[18] She then became a Playboy model.[19] She entered the house on Day 1. She became the third housemate to be evicted on Day 16, following an eviction showdown with Marnie.

Frankie Grande[edit]

Frankie Grande is an American host of Amazon's Style Code Live, Broadway performer and "social media mogul". He is the half-brother of award winning singer and actress Ariana Grande. In 2014, he competed in the sixteenth series of Big Brother USA where he finished fifth. He entered the house on Day 1. On Day 30, he left the house in sixth place.

Grant Bovey[edit]

Grant Bovey is a British businessman who is most notable for his relationships, including marriage to former Celebrity housemate Anthea Turner. He entered the house on Day 1. He became the first housemate to be evicted.

Heavy D[edit]

Colin Newell, better known as Heavy D, is best known for appearing on Storage Hunters UK, where his catchphrase is "BOOM!" He entered the house on Day 1. He became the fourth housemate to be evicted on Day 20.

James Whale[edit]

James Whale is an English radio and television host, known for his right-wing views. He believes men and women can never be equal. He entered the house on Day 1. He became the sixth to be evicted on Day 23.

Katie Waissel[edit]

Katie Waissel is a singer-songwriter who was a contestant on the seventh series of The X Factor, where she reached the live shows and ultimately finished seventh. She entered the house on Day 1. She became the seventh housemate to be evicted on Day 27.

Lewis Bloor[edit]

Lewis Bloor is an English reality television personality, best known for starring in the ITVBe semi-reality programme The Only Way Is Essex from the tenth to the seventeenth series. He entered the House on Day 1. On Day 20 he was given a formal and final warning for unacceptable behaviour. He became the fifth housemate to be evicted on Day 23.

Marnie Simpson[edit]

Marnie Simpson is an English reality television personality, best known as a cast member in the MTV reality series, Geordie Shore from series 7 onwards. She entered the house on Day 1. On Day 30, she left the house in fourth place.

Renee Graziano[edit]

Renee Graziano is an American reality television personality and author. She is known for being the daughter of Anthony Graziano, a former consigliere of the Bonanno crime family and her role as a cast member of the VH1 reality series Mob Wives. Renee entered the house on Day 1. On Day 30, she left the house in third place.

Ricky Norwood[edit]

Ricky Norwood is an English actor, most notable for playing Fatboy in the BBC soap opera EastEnders between 2010 and 2015. He entered the House on Day 1. On Day 30, he left the house as runner-up.

Saira Khan[edit]

Saira Khan is an English television personality. She is best known for being the runner-up on the first series of The Apprentice, and for appearing as a regular panellist on Loose Women. She entered the house on Day 1. She was the second housemate to be evicted on Day 13.

Samantha Fox[edit]

Samantha Fox is an English dance-pop singer, songwriter, actress, and former glamour model. In 2009 she competed in the ninth series of I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!, where she finished ninth. She entered the house on Day 1. She became the eighth housemate to be evicted on Day 27.

Summary[edit]

Day 1 Entrances
  • Biggins, Saira, Frankie, Ricky, Renee, Marnie, James, Aubrey, Bear, Katie, Lewis, Grant, Chloe, Heavy D and Samantha entered the house.
Twists
  • The housemates were thrown a silent disco whilst the public voted for which housemate they wanted to be the "Secret Boss". During the disco Biggins’s music was interrupted as Big Brother told him the public had given him the role of "Secret Boss" and he would have sole responsibility of nominations. However, the other housemates were let in on the secret and were told that this was a lie. In fact they had to receive a nomination from Biggins in order to receive immunity. Later that night, Biggins nominated Saira.
Day 2 Twists
  • Biggins nominated Lewis meaning he'd unknowingly granted him immunity.
Day 3 Twists
  • Biggins nominated Heavy D meaning he'd unknowingly granted him immunity. Biggins was then told the truth about the twist and for passing, he was also granted immunity.
Tasks
  • The Housemates played Game of Phones, in which three Housemates had to stand in front of three phoneboxes whilst the others were given a fact about one of them. The housemates then had to get in the phonebox of the housemate they believe the fact is about. An incorrect answer meant they would be gunged.
Day 4 Nominations
  • The housemates nominated for the first time. Grant and James received the most nominations, therefore they faced the first eviction.
Day 5 Tasks
  • Biggins hosted a talent show with Aubrey, Frankie and Renee as judges. Samantha won after receiving maximum points.
Punishments
  • As punishment for Bear, Biggins, James, Renee and Saira discussing nominations, the hot water and electrical appliances were switched off.
Day 6 Tasks
  • For the first shopping task, Housemates separated into Humans; Bear, Biggins, Heavy D, James, Katie, Marnie, Renee and Samantha, and Artificials; Aubrey, Chloe, Frankie, Grant, Lewis, Ricky and Saira. Each Human had an Artificial to do everything they asked. This was a head-to-head task between the Humans and Artificials with the winners receiving a luxury shopping budget and the losers receiving basic. For the first round the teams were asked a series of trivia questions. The first team to answer 7 questions with out breaking the circuit would win the round. The Artificials were declared the winners.
Punishments
  • Aubrey was given a formal and final warning after spitting in Bear's food and drink then serving them to him during the Humans vs Artificials task.[20]
Day 7 Tasks
  • For the second round of the Humans vs Artificials shopping task, the teams went head-to-head to see who could get the most emotion out of the other team. This round was declared a draw. Thus since the Artificials won the first round, they won the shopping task.
Punishments
  • Bear was given a formal warning for throwing a bottle across the garden, smashing a mirror and invading Heavy D's personal space. He was then kept in a room separate from the other housemates for the night.
Day 8 Tasks
  • Frankie was given a secret task, to bring a little bit of Hollywood to Borehamwood. He had to pretend to be in a horror film, an action film and a musical. He successfully completed this task.
Day 9 Punishments
  • Lewis was told by Big Brother that the way he and fellow Housemates were acting in their dare games could be seen as bullying or out-casting other Housemates.
  • After James discussed nominations and Bear ate some of the luxury food won by the Artificials in the shopping task, both were sent to jail.
Exits
  • Biggins was removed from the house for using offensive language.[21]
  • Grant became the first housemate to be evicted.
Twists
  • Following Grant's eviction, the Housemates had to vote for somebody to receive eternal nomination. Bear received the most votes and will therefore face every eviction in the series until he leaves.
Day 10 Nominations
  • The housemates nominated for the second eviction of the series. Heavy D, Lewis and Saira received the most nominations and faced the public vote, along with Bear who is eternally nominated.
Day 11 Tasks
  • The housemates were given a large balloon to protect on their stomach and were told that if it was still intact at the end of the task they would attend a party. In actual fact, Marnie and Saira were on a secret mission to burst the balloons of the people they wanted at the party.
Day 12 Tasks
  • Big Brother gave Samantha a talent agency for a day. She had to choose four housemates to interview. Then she had to pick one she thought would benefit most from her wisdom and be her apprentice. She chose Katie.
Day 13 Exits
  • Saira became the second housemate to be evicted.
Tasks
  • Housemates competed in a game of Nerve, where Big Brother tempted each housemate with a dare to complete. As 11 of 13 housemates were successful, they passed the task.
Nominations
  • After surviving eviction, Bear, Heavy D and Lewis each had to make a killer nomination. They chose Renee, Marnie and James respectively; and they joined eternally nominated Bear in facing eviction.
Day 14 Nominations
  • During the "Big Risk" task, Renee won the right to save herself from nomination and replace herself with another housemate. She chose Chloe.
Tasks
  • Aubrey and Frankie threw a party for all the housemates. The party items were won in a game of risk.
Day 15 Punishments
  • Aubrey was sent to jail for discussing nominations.
Day 16 Punishments
  • Lewis was sent to jail for discussing nominations.
Tasks
  • For the final part of the shopping task, the housemates were given two money bags to hold for as long as possible, exceeding a mystery time chosen by Big Brother. However, for the real task, Samantha and Ricky had already secretly predicted that Lewis would be the strongest, and so the task rested in his hands. As Lewis held the bags for longer than the set time, the housemates won a luxury budget.
Twists
  • The two housemates with the fewest votes; Chloe and Marnie, went head-to-head in a game of chance to determine who would be evicted. The housemates each voted for who they would like to leave, which would take up a proportion of a wheel. Chloe was evicted after the wheel landed on one of her sections.
Exits
  • Chloe became the third housemate to be evicted.
Day 17 Nominations
  • The housemates nominated for the third time, which were shown to the house. Heavy D, Lewis and Renee received the most nominations and joined eternally nominated Bear facing the public vote.
Punishments
  • Heavy D and Bear were given a warning after making other housemates feel uncomfortable and pouring oil in the garden causing health and safety concerns.
Day 18 Tasks
  • The housemates were sent back to school with Big Brother as the headmaster, Ricky and Aubrey as head boy and head girl, and Samantha and Frankie as prefects. Over the course of the day the housemates attended lessons and followed rules set by Aubrey and Ricky. Failure to follow these rules would result in punishments set by Big Brother.
Day 20 Punishments
  • Lewis was given a formal and final warning for unacceptable behaviour the previous night.
Exits
  • Heavy D became the fourth housemate to be evicted.
Nominations
  • The housemates nominated for the fourth time. For this round of nominations, the housemates were required to nominate face-to-face. James, Lewis, Ricky and Samantha received the most nominations and therefore faced eviction with eternally nominated Bear.
Day 21 Tasks
  • As part of this week's shopping task, the housemates had to simply remain concentrated whilst Big Brother sent in distractions in the form of family, friends and pets.
Day 23 Tasks
  • The housemates competed against each other in a game of one-upping. Marnie was pronounced the greediest over Samantha, Katie most dramatic over Renee, Aubrey most real over James, Bear most brave over Lewis, and Frankie most outrageous over Ricky.
Exits
  • Lewis and James became the fifth and sixth housemates to be evicted.
Day 24 Tasks
  • The housemates took part in a Christmas themed task with the Elves being Aubrey, Frankie, Marnie and Renee and the Reindeer being Bear, Katie, Ricky, and Samantha. The Elves and Reindeer went head-to-head in a series of festive challenges with the winners being able to nominate two housemates for eviction each, and the losers only being able to nominate one each.
Day 25 Nominations
  • The housemates nominated for the final time with anyone getting one nomination being up for eviction. Frankie, Katie, Marnie, Ricky and Samantha received at least one nomination therefore join eternally nominated Bear in facing eviction.
Day 27 Punishments
  • As punishment for eating the pies won by the winners of the task, Katie and Bear were to be pied by the other housemates.
Exits
  • Katie and Samantha became the seventh and eighth housemates to be evicted.
Day 28 Tasks
  • The housemates voted for each other in different award categories.
Day 30 Exits
  • Frankie left the house in sixth place, followed by Aubrey in fifth, Marnie in fourth and then Renee in third. Bear was then announced as the winner, meaning Ricky had finished as runner-up.

Nominations table[edit]

Day 3 Day 4 Day 9 Day 10 Day 13 Day 17 Day 20 Day 25 Day 30
Final
Nominations
received
Bear Not
eligible
James,
Ricky
Aubrey Aubrey,
Ricky
Renee Renee,
Ricky
Samantha,
Ricky
Frankie Winner
(Day 30)
9
Ricky Not
eligible
Grant,
James
Bear Lewis,
Chloe
Not
eligible
Lewis,
Heavy D
James,
Lewis
Katie Runner-up
(Day 30)
8
Renee Not
eligible
James,
Grant
Saira Lewis,
Marnie
Not
eligible
Heavy D,
Lewis
James,
Ricky
Samantha,
Marnie
Third place
(Day 30)
6
Marnie Not
eligible
James,
Frankie
Heavy D Heavy D,
Aubrey
Not
eligible
Heavy D,
James
James,
Frankie
Ricky,
Samantha
Fourth place
(Day 30)
10
Aubrey Not
eligible
Grant,
James
Bear Lewis,
Saira
Not
eligible
Heavy D,
Lewis
James,
Lewis
Marnie,
Samantha
Fifth place
(Day 30)
6
Frankie Not
eligible
James,
Grant
Bear Lewis,
Marnie
Not
eligible
Lewis,
Marnie
James,
Lewis
Marnie,
Katie
Sixth place
(Day 30)
5
Samantha Not
eligible
Bear,
Marnie
Heavy D Heavy D,
Chloe
Not
eligible
Heavy D,
Lewis
James,
Lewis
Frankie Evicted
(Day 27)
5
Katie Not
eligible
Grant,
James
Bear Heavy D,
Saira
Not
eligible
Heavy D,
James
James,
Ricky
Frankie Evicted
(Day 27)
5
James Not
eligible
Grant,
Bear
Bear Saira,
Heavy D
Not
eligible
Aubrey,
Heavy D
Lewis,
Marnie
Evicted
(Day 23)
23
Lewis Not
eligible
James,
Ricky
Heavy D Aubrey,
Heavy D
James Renee,
Heavy D
Samantha,
Aubrey
Evicted
(Day 23)
16
Heavy D Not
eligible
James,
Renee
Bear Lewis,
Saira
Marnie Renee,
Katie
Evicted
(Day 20)
19
Chloe Not
eligible
Katie,
James
James James,
Saira
Not
eligible
Evicted
(Day 16)
2
Saira Not
eligible
Bear,
Grant
Heavy D Heavy D,
Katie
Evicted
(Day 13)
7
Grant Not
eligible
Renee,
James
Evicted
(Day 9)
8
Biggins Saira,
Lewis,
Heavy D
Marnie,
Grant
Ejected
(Day 9)
N/A
Notes 1 1 2 2 2, 3 2 2, 4 2, 5 6
Against
public vote
none Grant,
James
none Bear,
Heavy D,
Lewis,
Saira
Bear,
Chloe,
James,
Marnie
Bear,
Heavy D,
Lewis,
Renee
Bear,
James,
Lewis,
Ricky,
Samantha
Bear,
Frankie,
Katie,
Marnie,
Ricky,
Samantha
Aubrey,
Bear,
Frankie,
Marnie,
Renee,
Ricky
Ejected none Biggins none
Evicted none Grant
Fewest votes
to save
none Saira
Fewest votes
to save
Chloe
Evicted by wheel
(out of 2)
Heavy D
Fewest votes
to save
Lewis
Fewest votes
(out of 4)
to save
Katie
Fewest votes
to save
Frankie
Fewest votes
(out of 6)
Renee
Fewest votes
(out of 3)
Aubrey
Fewest votes
(out of 5)
Ricky
Fewest votes
(out of 2)
James
Fewest votes
(out of 4)
to save
Samantha
Fewest votes
to save
Marnie
Fewest votes
(out of 4)
Bear
Most votes
to win

Notes[edit]

  • ^Note 1 : On Day 1, the public voted for Biggins to become the "Secret Boss", and believed he had sole control over who was nominated in the first week. However, the housemates were aware of his position, and were told that the housemates he nominates will actually receive immunity. He chose Saira on Day 1, Lewis on Day 2 and Heavy D on Day 3. For completing the task, Biggins also received immunity.
  • ^Note 2 : On Day 9, the housemates each voted for one housemate to receive 'eternal nomination'. Bear received the most votes and will face every eviction until he is either evicted or reaches the final.
  • ^Note 3 : Shortly after Saira's eviction, the three eviction survivors; Bear, Heavy D and Lewis were told they had to give a killer nomination each to decide who would face eviction. On Day 14, Renee was saved from eviction and had to replace herself with another housemate. She chose Chloe. After James and Bear were saved, the two housemates with the fewest votes: Chloe and Marnie, went head-to-head in a game of chance to determine who would be evicted. The housemates each voted for who they would like to leave, which would take up a proportion of a wheel. All housemates except Chloe and Bear voted to evict Chloe, with Chloe and Bear voting Marnie. James was revealed to have received the most public votes to save and given the task of spinning the wheel. Chloe was evicted after the wheel landed on one of her sections.
  • ^Note 4 : The nominations were face-to-face. This week was a double eviction.
  • ^Note 5 : The housemates were separated into two teams for the festive themed head-to-head challenges. The Elves were Aubrey, Frankie, Marnie and Renee whilst the Reindeer were Bear, Katie, Ricky and Samantha. The Elves won two nominations to give each, whilst the losing team only had one nomination to give each.
  • ^Note 6 : This week the public were voting for who they wanted to win. Bear won with 35.9% of the final vote, whilst Ricky was runner-up with 34.57%. Renee was third with 14.66%, Marnie was fourth with 5.51%, Aubrey was fifth with 4.82% and Frankie finished sixth with 3.54%, however none of these figures take into account the vote freezes between each position.[22]

Ratings[edit]

Official viewers (millions)
Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4
Saturday 2.00 1.87 1.83 1.62
Sunday 2.11 2.13 2.19 2.15
Monday 2.35 2.03 2.03 2.02
Tuesday 2.15 2.15 2.03 1.95
Wednesday 2.00 2.21 2.12 2.37
Thursday 2.71 2.31 2.29 2.30 2.21
Friday 2.13 2.23 2.05 1.97 2.14
1.87 2.05 1.64
Weekly average 2.19 2.10 2.01 2.07
Running average 2.19 2.15 2.10 2.09
Series average 2.1
blue-coloured boxes denote live shows.

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