Chantelle Houghton vs Jordan: The battle - Episode 5: I'll sleep with your Man !

Chantelle Houghton Lingerie

Chantelle Houghton has revealed that she fancies Peter Andre and wouldn't mind getting him into the sack. ‘I’d sleep with Peter,’ she says.

In the past his wife Jordan has accused the 24-year-old Celebrity Big Brother winner of copying her style and being a wannabe. 'She tries to look like me when I was younger. It looks dated now,’ says Jordan, 30.

But Chantelle reckons the glamour model – real name Katie Price – is wrong to call her outdated. ‘She said big boobs are out of fashion,’ she tells OK!. ‘Even after her reduction hers are bigger than mine so, yes, she's right, big boobs are out of fashion!’

Chantelle Houghton vs Jordan: The battle - Episode 4

Chantelle is Jordan, Katie Price

Reality star Chantelle Houghton has hit back at Katie Price, a.k.a Jordan, after Peter Andre’s wife accused her of stealing her style and being “boring”.

The former ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ star blasted: “I read that Jordan said I’d never really look like her as her look is ‘unique’.” “Well I’d like to know when hair extensions, fake tits and fake tan became unique, because it’s every other girl on the street!”

Chantelle added:. “The whole world doesn’t revolve around her and she needs to realise that. “She’s also said big boobs are out of fashion but even after her reduction, her boobs are still bigger than mine, so yes she’s right, big boobs are out of fashion".

Speaking to OK, Chantelle said: “The thing that gets me is people always used to say that Jordan wanted to look like Pamela Anderson, but you don’t see Pammi shouting the odds. “Also it can be said that she’s steering towards looking like Victoria Beckham with the dark hair and going really skinny, but Posh doesn’t say anything about that! “I just think ‘get over yourself’.”

Chantelle Houghton is not afraid to be a woman after all. So What ?

Chantelle Houghton arriving at Face, Essex

Chantelle & Chanelle at Faces

Guess where the news comes from ? Yep, you guessed it. From the "Mail".

In the past 12 months, there is not one article about Chantelle Houghton published in the Mail which is positive.

Anyway, here is the news: Chantelle Houghton's appears to be the latest young celebrity to already be showing signs of the dreaded cellulite. Chantelle, 24, has been a regular on the party scene since her split with fellow BB housemate, and Ordinary Boys frontman Samuel Preston. But it seems her excessive partying may be taking its toll on her shapely figure.

Chantelle Houghton showing a bit of cellulite

Chantelle Houghton stepped out in a revealing minidress to party at Essex nightspot, Faces, last night , which showed off rather more than she intended.

Dressed in a tight black mini-dress, Chantelle hit club Faces to support fellow reality show B-lister Chanelle, as she promoted her new single, 'I Want It'.

"And a flash of her leg from behind revealed the tell-tale dimpled skin on the back of her thighs, as she left the Essex nightspot. Chantelle has been seen emerging from several nightclubs over recent months looking a little worse for wear. And her antics, and newly sculpted look have earned her the former Paris Hilton lookalike comparisons with her new idol - Jordan." From the "Daily Mail"

Anyway, Chantelle's Fitness Dvd is available soon, and she will show you how to get rid of this cellulite & extra pounds.

Peter Andre: " I KNEW IT " - EPISODE 3

Peter Andre Sexy Jordan Chantelle Houghton Samuel Preston Row Katie Price photo picture

Singer Peter Andre has hit out at Chantelle Houghton and Samuel Preston's split saying that they never should have married in the first place.

In his column in New magazine, Andre claims the 'Celebrity Big Brother' stars got married for all the wrong reasons.

Andre, who met his wife Katie Price on ITV show 'I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!,' says he is not surprised the couple's marriage did not last.

"Falling in love on a reality show isn't the same as falling in love in real life," says Pete, 34.

"Not everyone can make the relationship work in real life as well as Kate and I did.

"I married my wife because I love her, not because I love fame, and that's the key to our relationship."

Autobiography...surfing on

Of course, the really big publishing phenomenon at the moment is the celebrity autobiography. Anyone who has appeared even briefly in the pages of a tabloid newspaper, or who has heard of Max Clifford, seems destined to write their life-story: Jordan, Wayne Rooney, Michael Barrymore, Billie Piper, Courtney Love, Adam Ant, Shayne Ward, Abi Titmuss, Gordon Ramsey, Kerry Katona, Chantelle Houghton and Alex Ferguson are a few of the A, B and C graders who have already published, or are about to publish, autobiographies. As many of these celebrities have writer's block factor fifty, or think syntax is something you take for headaches, they employ a ghost-writer, who invents a vaguely interesting life for them and puts it into words of one and two syllables. The finished product is then sold by the thousands in supermarkets, at 3 for 2, and/or serialized in the Daily Mail.

A friend and I are thinking of setting-up a ghost-writers agency in Órgiva. If there are any winners of TV reality shows, 12 year old football prodigies (with career threatening injuries), surgically-enhanced bosoms, celebrity chefs, gay priests, girl band members or card-carrying, life-style gurus out there, we can have your biography finished by next Thursday. If you have snorted coke with Pete Doherty and have photos of the occasion, this will ensure at least ten weeks on the best-selling lists.

News from the Olive Press

No talent needed in Britain to be rich

LONDON: In celebrity-obsessed Britain, Reality TV is the perfect new passport to publishing riches. No talent is needed, just a voracious hunger for fame.

Critics may rail about the dumbing down of British culture but ghost-written autobiographies by instant young celebrities head straight to the top of bestseller lists. “At the moment British culture is incredibly celebrity-driven,” said Joel Rickett, deputy editor of the industry’s weekly trade magazine, The Book Seller. “I wouldn’t be surprised if publishers aren’t sniffing around the current series of (the hit Reality TV show) Big Brother. The winner could walk out into a book deal.

“Publishers, just like any other media, are trying to ride on their coat tails,” he said. Glamour model Jordan, famous for her surgically enhanced breasts, fell in love with pop star Peter Andre on the Reality TV show I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here. For publisher, John Blake, telling her tale was an opportunity too good to miss.

“She was turned down by almost every publisher. I took a gamble and paid her a £10,000 advance. By goodness, it paid off. In hardback the book sold about 650,000 copies, and in paperback it has sold 450,000,” he said.

“Then she got pinched from me. Random House, the biggest publishers in Europe, paid her more than £300,000 for the second volume of her autobiography.”

Blake, whose publishing company is enjoying its best year ever with turnover of six million pounds, said, “I think it’s just a passing phase. First, there was Princess Diana and then came a period when every book about David Beckham sold by the tonne.” Jade Goody was mocked on the Reality TV show Big Brother as the stupidest woman in Britain.

Afterwards, she laughed all the way to the bank with her autobiography, fitness video, perfume and property portfolio. Now, Chantelle Houghton has turned the celebrity circus upside down and earned herself a six-figure advance for her story. Brought into “Celebrity Big Brother” by the producers as a fake celebrity alongside 10 genuinely famous personalities, the Paris Hilton look-alike had the last laugh, being picked by phone voters as the victor.

Her astonished cry of “Oh My God” became her catchphrase. Chantelle echoed the dreams of so many ‘twentysomethings’ who now see instant celebrity as a career option, “If you want something bad enough and you believe in it, it really is possible to live the dream.”

Chantelle and Preston: row over wedding plans


Chantelle Houghton and Samuel Preston have had a string of rows over their wedding plans.

Essex bimbo Chantelle, 22, and Ordinary Boys star Preston, 24, cannot agree on the arrangements for their big day.

SHE wants a tacky, over-the-top bash with loads of publicity - just like Jordan's wedding.

HE is horrified at the idea and is arguing for something quiet, sophisticated and elegant.

Despite vowing to tie the knot this summer, the couple cannot even see eye to eye on the choice of venue or who to invite.

And they constantly fight over whether to sell rights to the occasion to a celebrity magazine. It's tearing them apart.

"Chantelle is desperate for a lavish wedding on the scale of Posh and Becks or Jordan and Peter.

"She wants the guest list to be a Who's Who of showbiz with lots of hype. There's talk of her inviting Michael Barrymore and Jodie Marsh. Preston can't think of anything worse. He wants close friends and family. And he thinks a cheesy mag deal with harm his cool image."

The pair met in January when she was planted as a fake celeb in the BB house.

Chantelle's wedding dress is to be made by Princess Di's designer Elizabeth Emanuel. But the source added: "Even the style of it has caused rows. It's a nightmare."

Jade: Chantelle and Preston are INSANE !


Jade Goody thinks Chantelle Houghton and Preston are “insane” for getting engaged so soon after meeting.

The couple met when they shared the Celebrity Big Brother house in January this year and got engaged in April. Chantelle revealed in May that they’re currently planning a wedding for late summer.

But Jade thinks it’s all too rushed: “Who in their right mind would get engaged after knowing each other for four months? There is no way [boyfriend Jack Tweedy] and I would even consider getting married. They’re insane.”

Brits carpeted for stealing from hotels

Millions of Brits liked what they saw so much when they looked in the mirror at the hotel they were staying in that they decided to take it with them.

Thousands of others thought their hotel room carpet was so comfortable to walk on that if they sneaked it past reception and into their car boot it would save them thousands on pedicures.

Gone, it seems, are the days when pilfering items from a hotel room meant a few bars of soap and some shampoo, if new research by hotel chain Travelodge is anything to go by.

Among the unusual items to go missing from hotel rooms are mirrors, which have been taken by 2.3 million Brits, while 1.2 million have made off with the light fittings and 1.1 million have nabbed the curtains.

Even doorknobs and carpets are not safe, with 900,000 and 450,000 Brits respectively admitting to pinching these from a hotel room.

Of the Brits heading off on holiday this year, 11 per cent are planning to swipe items from their hotel rooms.

Top of their most wanted list are towels, followed by ashtrays, drinking glasses, slippers and bathrobes.

Travelodge noticed a increase in branded ashtrays going missing from its hotels earlier this year, about the same time that Chantelle Houghton – who as a Paris Hilton lookalike was branded 'Paris Travelodge' by her friends – was appearing on Celebrity Big Brother.

"As a no-frills hotel chain, we don't offer luxury items like slippers and bathrobes and it means we don't have much of a problem with items going walkabout," said Kyle Rowe, Travelodge operations director.

"However, we did see a lot of our branded ashtrays go missing and appear on an auction site after Chantelle appeared on Big Brother.

"At the end of the day, replacing items comes at a cost which drives hotel room prices up, particularly for four and five star hotels which lose more luxurious items."

More than 40 per cent of Brits say the main reason they take items from hotel rooms is to get as much value as possible from their holiday

Liz McClarnon talks about Chantelle



EX-ATOMIC KITTEN babe Liz McClarnon has shown concern over Celebrity Big Brother winner Chantelle Houghton's premature leap into writing an autobiography.

The Former Kitten, who shot to fame with hits including It's OK, admits that although she's too private to write an autobiography, she still believes that Chantelle has jumped the gun.

Liz told us: "I couldn't write an autobiography because I'm too private. I don't know why Chantelle has written a book, I think she should have waited."

But just because publishingf is out of the question for Liz, we may see her in films at some point but she stresses that it would have to be with US actor Josh Hartnett.

She added: "I have had a lot of offers to do with films. My leading actor would have to be Josh Hartnett. Phwoar!!!"

Jordan not happy ! Feeling insulted ! EPISODE 2

Ordinary Boys singer Preston made himself an enemy when he said he would rather die than have a wedding like Jordan and Peter Andre’s pink extravaganza when he marries Celebrity Big Brother housemate Chantelle Houghton.

“No one has asked them to have a wedding like ours,” Jordan told OK magazine.

“I’d rather kill myself then marry Preston.”

“I’m sure he wouldn’t say it to our faces, but Chantelle should at least pick someone who can dress!”

“He wears skinny jeans, these are for women not men. He dresses like my granddad. If he thinks that’s stylish then God help him!”

Jordan want to be the only couple in the village: EPISODE 1

In what appears to be a jealous outburst, glamour girl Jordan has been slamming new kid on the block Chantelle Houghton.

Jordan, real name Katie Price, slated the reality TV star and her fiancé Preston by saying she is "sick to death of reading that they're getting married...It's boring now."

Strong words coming from the woman who flaunted her pink wedding in glossy mags and on television shows and who has just announced she wishes to renew her vows at Disney World.

The model was speaking in an interview with Heat magazine when she said that no-one can compete with her: "There's no couple like Pete and me.

Pete and Jordan got married after meeting on I'm A Celebrity and the model believes Chantelle and Preston, who met on the set of Big Brother, are trying to knock them off their throne.

She said: "If anyone else is trying to be like us, they should stop now."

Yes Katie, that's how we all felt the months surrounding your big day!

"I liked her in the Big Brother house, but get a job now. Let's see if you can do something."



BY ANYONE'S admission, they make an unlikely couple. He's a privately educated, middle-class lad who favours politics over partying and boasts a Prime Minister among his ancestry.



She's a dizzy Essex girl who's not quite sure what a member of parliament is and, until recently, scraped a living doing make-up at Debenhams and impersonating Paris Hilton.


Yet this week, Chantelle Houghton and Sam Preston announced that they plan to wed - and soon. "I'm over the moon. It's what I've wanted for the past few months," a beaming Chantelle tells us, flashing a diamond engagement ring which belonged to her new fiance's mother. "We haven't set a date but it will be in a few months."

Preston, for his part, says of his new fiancee: "She's like a soulmate. I could never be bored with her and that's what you look for in a wife."

Since meeting in the Celebrity Big Brother house just 14 weeks ago, they've been virtually inseparable.

Not a day goes by without a new picture of them looking longingly into each other's eyes, be it cuddling in a taxi and even giggling on a camel in Morocco.

This week, Preston, 24, was househunting for the couple in Brighton and there are even rumours that Chantelle, 22, is pregnant after she ditched her clingy pink outfits for floaty numbers and cut down on drinking at showbiz bashes. Perhaps tellingly, she told the Mirror this week that both she and Preston are big fans of children.

So far, so romantic. But more cold-hearted observers have questioned whether they are enjoying the profits of their dual fame even more than the first throes of passion.

As a showbiz couple, the pair may not quite be giving Posh and Becks a run for their money yet but there is huge earning potential.

"It has been proven that contestants who get together post-reality shows make a lot of money - Jordan and Peter Andre being the prime example," says celebrity PR Mark Borkowski. "As single entities, Chantelle and Preston were running out of gas. So it was highly likely they'd get their acts together and team up." Negotiations are already believed to be under way to sell pictures of their wedding to the highest bidder - with a £1million starting figure.

Chantelle already has a £280,000 contract with a celebrity magazine and sold her life story for a TV documentary - E4's Living The Dream - for £50,000.

Modelling has made her instantly recognisable and an assignment for Marks & Spencer alone bagged her £150,000. She pocketed a further £50,000 for endorsing Motorola phones and now has the same showbiz agent who has managed to keep Jade Goody in the limelight since her BB stint four years ago.

While Preston's passions include politics, Chantelle - who left school at 16 and describes herself simply as a "blonde bimbo" - asked fellow CBB contestant George Galloway: "Does (being an MP) mean that you work in that big room with the green seats?"

She relished the opportunity to go on reality TV but Preston maintains that he isn't driven by fame and insists he isn't "whoring" himself for cash. Unfortunately, his bandmates aren't so sure. Ordinary Boys bassist James Gregory says: "We want to be respected for our music, not because our singer is on TV having a drunken fumble with a blonde."

And it's hardly surprising that Preston's hard-done-by ex, Camille Aznar - who he both proposed to and dumped within days of leaving the house - is also perplexed by the pairing.

"I'm surprised they got together because Chantelle and I are so different," says universityeducated Camille, 25. "We have different interests, personalities and backgrounds.

"He loved that I had a politics degree and a masters. We sat for hours discussing politics and the state of the world, and had a real connection. Then he leaves me for someone so different..."

While it's hard to imagine Preston discussing anything more complex with Chantelle than what sandwich to have for lunch, he has defended his decision to dump sophisticated brunette Camille for the dizzy blonde. "I'm not playing a game," he insists. "I'm not bothered whether she has blonde hair or fake nails. I like her because she's the way she is. We had an almost instant connection, of the kind I never thought I'd experience."


Meanwhile, Preston is currently looking to buy a house with a £500,000 price tag - something he'd never have been able to do before.

His group, the Ordinary Boys, has had a top 10 hit with the re-release of their single Boys Will Be Boys, he has had a regular DJ slot on Virgin radio and will tour with Robbie Williams this summer.

Not bad for a band the industry had all but given up on.

"I saw them at the South by Southwest festival last year and I thought 'this is completely over'," admits Conor McNicholas, editor of music bible NME. "If you'd told me last November that we'd have the Ordinary Boys on our cover by February, I'd have laughed at you."

Though Preston is now at pains to present himself as a Jack the Lad - a perfect match for Chantelle's shallow, lads' mag image - he's actually far posher and wilier than that.

Preston attended the exclusive £9,660-a-year Sompting Abbotts prep school, near Brighton. Before he'd even reached his teens, he'd already enjoyed success as an actor, playing Liz Hurley's son in the BBC drama Christabel in 1988.

His great-great-great-great grandfather was Prime Minister Earl Grey and, as his mum's family came from America, before he started up his band he had a cultured career working at New York's Museum Of Modern Art.

"My dad came from a really good family," he confesses. "My parents were really middle-class - we weren't allowed to watch telly when we had dinner."


Chantelle's dad, cabbie Alan Houghton, is also adamant that the couple's romance is genuine. He even claims to be unperturbed about the fact that Preston - who proposed to his first girlfriend, Laura Van Der Wee, at 15 - has been engaged twice in just three months. "Preston has good intentions," he says. "You can't help who you fall in love with. There is a chemistry between them and I think it's fabulous news."

Fellow CBB contestant Jodie Marsh is less convinced about the engagement. "Is it a sham? What do you think?" she scoffs. "All I'll say is that they have very clever agents."

Even George Galloway believes that behind Chantelle's ditzy image she is "as sharp as a tack". But Chantelle, who pocketed £25,000 when she won the show, insists that what you see is what you get.

"I haven't got pound signs in my eyes," she insists. "I haven't even thought about the money."

With her happy-golucky personality it's hard not to warm to the girl from Wickford who has unwittingly entered her dream celebrity world.

It's equally hard not to wish her every happiness in love, especially as she has "been cheated on by more or less every man I've been out with".

Obviously, opposites can - and do - attract. But the unlikely lovers must know that theirs is a marriage made in millionaire heaven.


And even if it ends in tears, more cash will inevitably roll in. "I wouldn't place any bets on them staying together long-term," says Borkowski. "But at least they would be able to make more money from a divorce." Is it a sham? Well, they do have a clever agent. Even if it ends in tears, the split will be a huge earner

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