Twist in the Fairy Tale for BB Celebs; Your Daily Guide to the Best Shows on the Box PICK OF THE DAY CELEBRITY BIG BROTHER: THE LAUNCH (9Pm Channel 5)

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Twist in the Fairy Tale for BB Celebs; Your Daily Guide to the Best Shows on the Box PICK OF THE DAY CELEBRITY BIG BROTHER: THE LAUNCH (9Pm Channel 5)


ONCE upon a time there was a reality show that couldn't die. Everyone who gazed upon it felt a little bit soiled by the experience, but they were powerless to look away as people they vaguely recognised, and many who they had never seen before in their lives, competed to see Who Was The Most Celebrity-ish Of Them All.

Yes, the theme for CBB 2015 is Twisted Fairy Tales, and producers must surely be hoping a bit of the magic that turned Frozen and Maleficent into massive box-office hits will rub off on their own ratings, which were lower last year than one of Snow White's dwarves.

The launch show is always worth tuning in for as Emma Willis gives us a tour of the new house (sadly, not made out of gingerbread) before we find out which of the rumoured celebs have signed on the dotted line for this year.

Past form tells us to expect at least one glamour model, some bloke with muscles, a reality show veteran, somebody who's famous for going out with somebody else you couldn't pick out of a line-up, plus a mouthy American you've never heard of. …

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