Celebrity Big Brother 2015: Dancing On Ice Star Jason Gardiner Is Set To Enter The House

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As we edge closer to the launch of Celebrity Big Brother, the rumours around potential housemates are coming in thick and fast.

The latest name to come forward in connection to the reality show is, Australian choreographer, Jason Gardiner.

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The 43-year old, best known for being a caustic and controversial judge on ITV’s Dancing on Ice, has reportedly agreed to sign up after being offered a “big money deal” by the television show’s producers.

A source told the Daily Star, “Jason would be perfect for Celebrity Big Brother because he’s so unpredictable and won’t hold back.”

Whilst we’re certain that he would be a major hit with the viewing public, we’re not quite sure where he fits in with the UK vs. USA theme.

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Last month, it was announced that the famous Borehamwood abode has been revamped and kitted out with British and American iconography.

The housemates would also be flying the flags for their respective countries as they’re pitted against each other in a series of tasks, challenges and twists.

On the problem of Jason being an Australian native, the source added, “It’s still being decided where he would fit in.”

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We’re voting for Team UK because he has featured as a judge on a British television show!

Some of the Americans that have been rumoured include Austin Armacost, Janice Dickinson, Dina Lohan and Hulk Hogan.

While over on the British side, Dan Osborne, Sherrie Hewson, Natasha Hamilton, Danniella Westbrook and Gemma Collins have all been pinned as potential housemates.

Celebrity Big Brother returns on Channel 5 later this month!

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