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Heidi Fleiss and Katia Ivanova up for BB boot

Lady Sovereign, Heidi Fleiss and Katia Ivanova
The trio are the first celebrites to face eviction

Rapper Lady Sovereign, former Hollywood madam Heidi Fleiss and Katia Ivanova are the first stars to be nominated for eviction on Celebrity Big Brother.

But all the housemates were punished after breaking the first rule of Big Brother and repeatedly talking about their nominations.

As a result, their food was removed and replaced by emergency supplies of porridge, beans, lentils and rice.

The first Big Brother eviction takes place on Friday, 15 January.

Fleiss, 44, discussed nominations with other housemates twice, despite a warning not to do so.

After the housemates' food was removed, she said: "It's not fair what they've done with the food. I wish they'd just punish me and leave the other guys alone

Former footballer-turned-actor Vinnie Jones offered some sympathy, saying the celebrities would "all be laughing about the food situation tomorrow and it will all be forgotten".

Meanwhile, Ronnie Wood's ex-girlfriend Ivanova has ended a brief house romance with Swedish DJ Basshunter, saying it "wasn't worth it.".

But the former waitress has failed to win over Jones - who said of the 21-year-old: "I just blank her".

He added: "I think it takes all her effort to put one foot in front of the other. She can't think of anything else."

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