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Brentwood’s Towie star Sam Faiers set for Celebrity Big Brother final tonight

11:37 29 January 2014

Sam Faiers

Sam Faiers

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Towie star Sam Faiers will learn her fate in the final of Celebrity Big Brother tonight.

The Brentwood boutique owner entered the house on January 3 and has made it to the final show alongside comedian Jim Davidson, rapper Dappy, The Apprentice star Luisa Zissman, model Casey Batchelor and Made In Chelsea’s Ollie Locke.

After starting the Channel 5 reality show as a strong favourite, Sam’s status with the bookies has slipped over the past few weeks and she currently sits as the fifth favourite for the crown.

Love interest Ollie Locke sits in third, with controversial figure Jim Davidson a shock favourite with the book makers.

Last night, Sam revealed she would be open to a kiss from Ollie in the house.

She added: “Ideally it would be nice to spend time with Ollie outside the house without a million cameras being everywhere, and don’t know what will happen from that or where it will progress because we haven’t spoken about it.”

The Celebrity Big Brother final begins at 9pm on Channel 5.

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