Big Brother 2014: Ashleigh Coyle, Marlon Wallen and Jale Karaturp join house
Six more loud-mouthed contestants have joined last night's cohort
Six more housemates have joined the Big Brother pad as the second launch night welcomed the likes of London blogger Toya and self-confessed ladies man Marlon.
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Last night’s cohort had just 24 hours to settle into their new futuristic surroundings before their claustrophobic world was shaken up for the first time.
Viewers can expect trouble from 33-year-old Jale, whose strong opinions on immigration and ability to ‘tear someone apart’ with words suggest she may be in for some booing this series.
Then there’s ‘angelic school leaver’ Ashleigh, who dreams of becoming a model and hates lazy people, and saracastic actor Chris, who describes finding love in the house as his ‘worst nightmare’.
Ash from Manchester is used to spending his summers ‘working and getting wasted’ in Ibiza, while aforementioned Jack the Lad Marlon reckons he can ‘probably get in the knickers’ of any girl he likes. This year’s female contestants might just have something to say about that (almost certainly involving swear words).
Feisty Toya is one to watch out for – the 29-year-old once auctioned an ex-boyfriend’s possessions on eBay after he mistreated her, sent him the link to purchase his items back and gave the money to charity.
The new housemates join Catholic lingerie model Danielle, ‘playboy bunny with a law degree’ Kimberly and cheeky Essex boy Winston among an eclectic bunch of faces.
This year’s 'Power Trip' twist will see the wannabe celebrities compete for the chance to control events in the house and manipulate their rivals.
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