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Celebrity Big Brother star coming to Romford club

PUBLISHED: 14:00 19 February 2018

Former Celebrity Big Brother star Jordan Davies will be visiting Yates' in South Street, Romford, on March 3. Picture: PA Archive/PA Images/Ian West

Former Celebrity Big Brother star Jordan Davies will be visiting Yates' in South Street, Romford, on March 3. Picture: PA Archive/PA Images/Ian West

PA Archive/PA Images/Ian West

Former Celebrity Big Brother and Ex on the Beach star Jordan Davies is set to appear at a club night in Romford.

The Welsh reality television personality will be appearing at Yates in Romford on Saturday, March 3.

Davies appeared as a housemate on the 20th series of Celebrity Big Brother, and was the third housemate to be evicted, and also appeared in the third, fourth and fifth series of MTV show, Ex on the Beach.

He is currently starring in ITV2’s Ibiza Weekender.

A manager at the bar in South Street said that Jordan would be arriving at around 11pm on the night, and that he would be meeting and greeting fans whilst also having his own VIP booth.

They said that the theme for the night is a ‘white party’ - where everyone is encouraged to wear white clothing - however they said that this is not mandatory.

They also said: “We’re expecting a lot of people to come to the night because it is already pay day weekend, and Jordan will be coming down to meet and greet fans and to see the sights of Romford.

“He will arrive at the club at around 11pm-midnight and will then stay for a few hours for drinks and things too.”

Tickets for the event cost £7.

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