CBB Contestants Are Allowed To Bring An Outsider Into The Diary Room
Celebrity Big Brother is now in its 21st series (can you believe it?!) and this year show bosses have introduced a new twist in the attempt to mix things up, and honour 100 years since women won the right to vote.
The show's line-up is female led, and the ladies entered the famed pad on launch night, and the men will be joining them a few days later on Friday, leaving behind all their celeb pals and family on the outside.
And while they all have no contact to the real world during the show other than their fellow housemates, OK! Magazine reports that there is one exceptional circumstance in which they can.
According to Big Blagger, a website featuring all of the Big Brother rules, the guidelines state: "Occasionally Housemates may need minor medical treatment (e.g. dentist).
"On these occasions professionals will usually treat them in the Diary Room. It is prohibited to try and seek information about the outside world from these professionals."
The star studded line-up aren't even allowed to make phone calls, read newspapers or use the internet, so it looks like show bosses are pretty serious about the rules too.
Housemates are also banned from attempting to communicate with their friends and family on the outside by any means.
This includes symbols and secret messages - written or verbal. So, a random outburst telling your friends that you miss them could see you getting in trouble. Sounds pretty tough to me.
There has already been plenty of drama in the house already, as viewers have blasted the show for 'objectifying' one of this year's contestants. Uh-oh!
India Willoughby was shown sitting topless and blow drying her hair without an explanation.
Viewers slammed the broadcasters for deciding to show India's bare chest, with many believing the other female housemates wouldn't have been shown.
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