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Calum Best showed off his 'natural' bulge on Celebrity Big Brother... it's The Dredge

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Ah, the Celebrity Big Brother drama continues. On yesterday’s installment, Calum Best donned head-to-toe Lycra for the superhero task and used it as an opportunity to brag about the size of his bulge.

Best entered the diary room and stated that he was “loving” his costume

I’m packing, as you can see, Big Brother, I am very much in my element.

calum best Source: Channel 5

When asked if he had any assistance, he replied, “Of course not Big Brother, this is a natural flow of character here.”

Cue the aubergine emojis.

Tweet by @TeamCalumBest Source: TeamCalumBest/Twitter

Elsewhere in Celebrity Big Brother, Chloe Ferry gave Jedward’s John a lapdance and it was as excruciating as you might imagine. (Heat)

Source: iBlogDaily/YouTube

It looks like Ed Sheeran will be embarking on a European tour soon. The singer told MTV that he’ll be kicking off his tour in March after the release of his new album.

March. Pretty soon after the album. I don’t know when we’re coming with dates but I know we’re coming with dates soon. I definitely know it’s starts in March, in Europe.

Might a Dublin date be on the cards? Well, there is a date free in Croke Park…

Had a chat with @zanelowe about ÷ & other bits. Watch it on @AppleMusic http://apple.co/_EdSheeran

A photo posted by Ed Sheeran (@teddysphotos) on

Michael Flatley has broken his silence about his intention to perform at Donald Trump#s inauguration. The self-proclaimed Lord of the Dance told the Irish Independent that it was a “great honour” to be asked to perform, but that he would not be dancing himself.

Instead, he will introduce the other dancers in his company.

We have performed for many presidents. It is always a great honour to be asked.

Meanwhile, Gerald Kean, who dated Flatley’s ex Lisa Murphy, has weighed in. Kean told The Sun that he has no issue with Flatley’s decision to perform.

I’ve no problem with it whatsoever. More power to him I say. I wouldn’t be a fan of Donald Trump at all and I certainly didn’t think he’d get this far but there’s no controversy in him performing for me.

And finally, Riverdance are continuing to distance themselves from Flatley.

Got that?

And the rest of the day’s dirt…

  • Will Jennifer Aniston return to television? That’s where the roles are… (People)
  • Justin Bieber looks like his old self again. Side fringe and everything. (Daily Mail)
  • Louis Tomlinson has broken up with his girlfriend just weeks after the passing of his mother. (3AM)
  • Here’s Made in Chelsea’s Binky ‘cradling her bump’. (We’ve got many months of this to come, people.) (Daily Mail)
  • Malia Obama has landed an internship with top producer Harvey Weinstein. Wonder how she landed that one? *thinking face emoji* (Page Six)

Yesterday’s Dredge: Amal Clooney has a ‘bit of a belly’ so Daily Mail thinks she’s pregnant >

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