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Courtney Act wins Celebrity Big Brother UK

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Tears were not in short supply earlier today as our mate Courtney Act / Shane Janek took out the crown as the winner of Celebrity Big Brother UK!

After a rigourous month of antics, trials and heart warming chats (plus her bromance with another housemate) - Court's took the win over conservative politician Anne Widdecome.

And it was clear from the start of the finale that Courtney had it in the bag - the audience went wild for her every time her name was read out.

Looking stunning in one of her "Wigs By Vanity" wigs and unicorn-esque outfits, she rocked the stage, without a costume malfunction this time :)

Boyzone star Shane Lynch finished in third, reality TV personality Jess Impiazzi came in fourth and choreographer Wayne Sleep came in fifth.

Celebrity Big Brother is a whopping 21 seasons into its run - so finding strong characters to show on air has sometimes been hit and miss - but this year was a great line up of folks who really made the show a joy to watch.

Condragulations Courtney! We are soooo proud of you! May this opportunity bring your music and shows to the UK audience in a way never been seen before! You rock.


Gay Housemate Wins Australian Big Brother and Proposes to his boyfriend upon winning

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On the same day as the USA presidential election, another vote was going down - on Australia's mostp opular mainstream TV show - and the verdict was clear for openly gay housemate, Benjamin.


Walking away with the first prize of a quarter of a million dollars, after a whopping three month stint in the house, he took the entire country by surprise by getting down on one knee and proposing to his boyfriend on National television.


His partner, also named Benjamin, accepted enthusiastically - and Australia has gone wild over the romantic request.


A big congratulations to both Benjamins! Let's hope the Australian Government moves forward and allows marriage equality, which although majoritivly popular with the Australian public, continues to be denied by the countries lawmakers.


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