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Will Luisa’s boob mean early exit from Celebrity Big Brother?

| 16.01.2014

Apprentice runner-up Luisa Zissman could be next for the chop after shocking viewers with yet more raunchy behaviour.

During a drink-fuelled game of truth and dare with fellow housemates Jasmine Waltz, Lee Ryan and Dappy outspoken Zissman allowed the N-Dubz front man to kiss her neck and then move a few inches down south in scenes that have been deemed inappropriate by many viewers.

Zissman, along with other housemates – excluding Casey Batchelor and Linda Nolan – have been put up for eviction after latest evictee Waltz opted to save love rival Batchelor and house matriarch Nolan.

Waltz was booted out after losing a four-way vote-off with 7/4 show favourite Jim Davidson, Zissman and journalist Liz Jones.

And despite the close relationship she enjoyed with both Zissman and Blue singer Ryan the American “actress” opted to save Batchelor and Nolan as she would “rather they stayed in the house and everyone else came out” with her.

Zissman has been a divisive character in the  house,  having blazing rows with Dappy, Lionel Blair and Davidson on separate occasions, prompting the Big Break funnyman to ask if housemates should just form a queue for arguments.

Luisa is now a 10/1 outsider to win the show and judging by the boos she received when her name was mentioned at the recent live eviction she looks more likely to get the chop next than to be named Queen of the house.

Jones, who has become increasingly reclusive in recent days, represents Zissman’s best chance of survival but this latest tryst with Dappy could spell the end of what has been a turbulent time in Borehamwood for the 26-year-old.

Meanwhile, Made in Chelsea cast member Ollie Locke and fellow reality shower Sam Faiers of The Only Way is Essex fame are the second and third favourites to win the show outright at 2/1 and 7/1 respectively.

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James Curtis

After studying for a degree in journalism and gaining his NCTJ, James contributed to a wide range of papers, online publications and broadcasters including the South London Press, Press Association and Sky Sports News before joining the Ladbrokes News team.