Big Brother stars who look unrecognisable now – from teenage rapper’s hunky glow-up to winner’s ‘pregnant lips’ | The Sun
AFTER being on camera 24 hours a day, Big Brother stars might have found it hard to sink back into anonymity.
But some memorable housemates are now so unrecognisable, even the most eagle-eyed fans would struggle to pick them out.
This week 2017 winner Isabelle Warburton, 26, stunned fans when she revealed her voluminous lips after having cosmetic work.
One troll commented her lips “looked pregnant”, but the good-humoured 2017 winner took it on the chin – joking they were “expecting twins.”
The mum-of-two, who runs a beauty salon in Warrington, is not the only former housemate who looks completely different to their Big Brother days.
As the show is set to return to our screens next year, we reveal the stars who have transformed since their TV heyday.
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James 'Kenzie' MacKenzie
At 19, Kenzie was the show’s youngest ever contestant when he entered Celebrity Big Brother in 2005.
The Blazin’ Squad rapper was most memorable for giving model Caprice a massage and throwing a strop when he was forced to wear a Humpty Dumpty suit in a dressing up game.
Since leaving the house as a slim teenager, the fan favourite – who came second to Happy Mondays star Bez – has clearly been hitting the gym.
Now carving out a career as an international DJ, the 36-year-old recently showed off his sculpted body and impressive six-pack in an Instagram picture.
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