Former co-star of Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield expresses enthusiasm about the idea of them participating in Big Brother
After a break, Big Brother is back, and it's off to a dramatic start with rifts forming within the house.Saira Khan, a former cast member of Loose Women, expressed her opinion that Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield need to live in the Big Brother house.
The renowned reality series is back on television, and thus far, it's been just as fascinating as everyone could have hoped. Saira participated in the 2016 celebrity edition, however it's unclear if Celebrity Big Brother will return.
Saira believes that Holly and Phil would be the ideal housemates if they were to return. She claims that "ratings would soar" if they accepted the challenge, even though she is aware that it would be unlikely for them to appear on the show.In 2016, Saira appeared on Big Brother.
She expressed her desire to meet Holly Willoughby and Phil Schofield there in an interview with Closer magazine. Isn't that fantastic? Though it wouldn't occur for a million years, the ratings would skyrocket."Alongside model Sam Fox, former EastEnders actor Ricky Norwood, and now-incarcerated Stephen Bear, Saira competed in the show's 18th series.
She struggled in the house; on the third day, following a fight with Bear, she sobbed in the diary room. Although many claim the show is a high-pressure environment, she acknowledged at the time that she didn't expect she would break down after such a short period of time.Saira was the second participant eliminated, but she later acknowledged that her primary motivation for appearing on the show was financial gain. She acknowledged that it's an experience that "money can't buy," but she also acknowledged that she was "paid really well" and that she subsequently received a contract extension.
For its first return since 2018, Big Brother is underway and has already produced a lot of drama. Even though they only returned on Sunday, there have already been some memorable incidents, such as the explosion of bags, the hot water prohibition, and the so-called "salmon-gate."