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This sort of on-screen celebrity unraveling was to set the standard for the second and third Celebrity Big Brother series and boy they haven't disappointed.
Series two saw former Take That singer and all-round nice guy, Mark Owen, win it but the real interest was provided by the marital angst of not-so-funny-man, Les Dennis. Poor ol' Les was Celebrity Big Brother Two's imploding unraveling celebrity. It seemed like he was the only one in the country who didn't know Amanda was about to walk. Cringe!
Last year we were spoiled for spectacle. Celebrity Big Brother excelled themselves when they managed to get the freak show that was John McCririck, Brigitte Nielsen and Jackie Stallone, in the same house. Will we ever forget the horror of McCririck (in full frame) pulling a juicy bogey from his nostril and then greedily lapping it up or his massive moody and being denied diet coke (of all things!) by Big Brother! Or the horror on Brigitte's face, when ex-mother in-law Jackie Stallone was introduced into the Celebrity Big Brother pit. Fantastic. Baz from the Happy Mondays walked off with the prize, upsetting the bookies favorite child rapper, Blazin' Squads', Kenzie.
So on to this year and Celebrity Big Brother Four and if Celebrity Big Brother were looking for a washed up fragile celebrity who could spectacularly unravel, right down to his DNA, before a hungry public, they can only have had one man at the top of their list. Step forward Mr Michael Barrymore.
Yes folks the former multiple winner of the UK's Entertainer Of The Year is rumored to be going in to the Celebrity Big Brother House (for a fee of '150k). Already, the father of the boy who drowned in mysterious circumstances in Mr. Barrymore's pool, is asking for him to be grilled on the subject by his housemates.
What determines the size of a full grown woman's breasts? Is it primarily environmental or outside influences, or is it all "in the genes"? The final size of a woman's mature breasts is mostly determined by heredity and can range from very small AA cups to very full EE cups. Breast size varies greatly among women, but the average breast size is a B cup, and all sizes and shapes are normal and healthy, although they may not fit the conventional idea of breast beauty.
For some reason, probably the increasing popularity of breast augmentation surgery and the overwhelming number of female celebrities who are considered sexy who have this breast size, the common perception today is that the perfect breast size is a C cup. See some famous celebrity breast sizes below, and you'll see these famous women are as diverse as the rest of us. Although they may all look like they have C cups in the movies or in videos, you'll see what they've really got without the padding, under wire and inserts!
While many of us may not be happy with the appearance of our breasts, it is good to know that they do come in all sizes and shapes, and we can actually improve their appearance - whether it be increasing their size, enhancing the shape and contour of the breast, or adding to the perkiness, firmness and perfect beauty of the female form, if we are not happy with our current breast size and appearance. There are lots of ways to do this. Massage, exercise, supplementation and just an all around good diet are a few of the ways.
It's just good to know that some of the most beautiful celebrities in the world have either had a lot of help from a plastic surgeon in the breast department, or they are not as large as they are made to look on screen. It goes to show that the most important thing is that you are happy with yourself, and feeling beautiful has much more to do with confidence and other areas other than your breasts.
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