The reality TV star died last year from her eating disorder which she had battled for most of her life.
Nearly a year after her daughter's death, Sue Grahame has opened up about her daughter's life and struggles, as she recalled the Big Brother star's final moments.
The 'Big Brother' star died at the age of 38 after battling anorexia for years.
The late star's friends said the money would go toward her funeral and an organisation helping those with eating disorders.
Nikki Grahame has entered a treatment facility to help her beat her long-term battle with anorexia
Here are two sets of words that don’t fit into the same sentence: Nikki Grahame and basic rations. The reality television star, known for her jaw-dropping tantrums, had what was arguably her biggest meltdown ever this week when it was revealed that she was going to be forced to live off a stripped back budget in the Canadian Big Brother house. After an initial and unusually calm reaction to their task loss this week, Nikki quickly descended into an all-out rage, which (unbelievably) rivals her famous ‘WHO *IS* SHE?!’ rant on the 2006 series of Big Brother UK.
Unlike many housemates, who can’t wait to get back into the real world, it seems Nikki Grahame just can’t get enough of the Big Brother house. The legend housemate was chosen by fans as an international wildcard for the house, alongside BB Australia 2013′s champion, Tim Dormer. The rules of Canada’s BB are a little different to what we’re using to on BBUK, with housemates competing for power.
Christopher Maloney will tell anyone who’ll listen about his so-called feud with Danniella Westbrook, so it’s only fitting that busybody Gemma Collins cornered him for a chinwag in the Celebrity Big Brother house. Danniella was apparently replaced by ex-Big Brother housemate Nikki Grahame. “She got replaced by Nikki Grahame because the panto production team read the papers that she had a relapse and they didn’t like that and withdrew the contract.
Since bursting onto our screens as one of the best-loved Big Brother contestants of all time back in 2006, Nikki Grahame has found herself a deep rooted spot in the nation’s heart. Now, healthier than ever, Nikki has decided that enough is enough with there being no flattering clothes for smaller girls, teaming up with online store, JJY London, to launch an exclusive petite clothing range. After Nikki’s mum has come over and pointed out a hot guy to the reality star, telling Nik to ‘go for it’, an embarrassed Nikki opens up, telling us: “I am completely comfortable with my body now.