Tiffany Pollard's 'David Is Dead' Moment Is Being Immortalised In A Museum
If you're a Celebrity Big Brother fan, you'll know that series 17 of the show was one of the most iconic seasons ever.
Not only did it star Gemma Collins, but it also played host to what is arguably the most well-remembered CBB moment ever - the 'David is dead' scene.
Need a reminder? Here you go...
After finding out ex-husband David Bowie had sadly died, Angie Bowie went to tell housemate Tiffany Pollard.
However, panic quickly ensued, as Tiffany assumed Angie was referring to David Gest - who was also starring on the show at that time.
David Gest sadly passed away just months after the scenes aired.
Unsurprisingly, the whole thing went down in TV history, with fans referencing it on a regular basis.
And now the moment is about to reach peak icon status, as it's set to be immortalised in a museum.
Yes, you heard that right - a museum really is paying homage to Tiffany Pollard.
From May 18, Brooklyn-based museum THNK 1994 will open 'David's Dead: A Celebration of Tiffany Pollard.'
A statement from the museum reads: "While this will be a celebration of her entire oeuvre we will focus on her masterpiece David's Dead, which we believe is the pinnacle of reality television, roughly 7 minutes of pure unbridled chaos in the celebrity UK Big Brother house wherein David Bowie's widow gets the news of his death and has to tell someone, she tells Tiffany who thinks she's talking about David Gest (Liza Minnelli's "ex-husband") who is also in the house and has been sick in bed."
Reacting to the news, Tiffany said on Instagram that she is "truly beyond flattered and humbled."
David's Dead: A Celebration of Tiffany Pollard will show at THNK 1994 until 3 June.
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