Gay Irish farmer Cian makes good first impression as the first housemate into Big Brother house
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Gay Irish farmer Cian makes good first impression as the first housemate into Big Brother house

GAY Irish farmer Cian Carrigan became the first housemate to enter the Big Brother house in what has been revealed to be the show’s final series.

The 23-year-old from Co. Tipperary looked shocked as he made his way through the crowd and when he discovered he was the first contestant.

“I’m not able,” he kept repeating as he wandered around the empty house, before making a beeline for the alcohol.

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In his introduction clip, Cian announced: “I deserve a place in the Big Brother house because you have not had a 23-year-old gay farmer from the heart of Ireland!”

Meanwhile host Emma Willis revealed that growing up, Cian wanted to be either a wrestler or… a Spice Girl.

It may be early days, but the Irish housemate appeared to make a good first impression on Big Brother fans.

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Meanwhile it was revealed earlier in the day that this season of Big Brother will be the last.

Production group Endemol said they had failed to reach an agreement with Channel 5 for future series, however they added they “are excited about future possibilities for Big Brother in the UK”.

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Could there be an Irish winner on the British edition’s swansong?

You can catch Big Brother on Channel 5 every night at 9pm, except on Saturdays, when it airs at 10pm.