“Celebrity Big Brother”
Is TikTok star Jeremy Fragrance moving in too?
Is that number 13 in the TV container? Allegedly, TikTok great Jeremy Fragrance will also move into “Celebrity Big Brother” on Friday.
So far, twelve candidates have been announced for the upcoming anniversary season of “Promi Big Brother”, which starts on November 18th on Sat.1. Now there are increasing signs that another participant – not yet officially announced – is the TikTok influencer Jeremy Fragrance (33). That reports the “Picture”-Newspaper.
Fragrance actually goes by the name of Daniel Schütz and has built a remarkable career as a social media persona by rating perfumes and presenting them to his almost six million followers on TikTok. He can also count on numerous followers on Instagram and YouTube.
It is said that Fragrance will take part in the new “Celebrity Big Brother” season According to reports had previously betrayed moderator Marlene Lufen (51) by mistake with an Instagram story that has since been deleted from her wardrobe, in which a portrait of the influencer could be seen. And hint number three, an official one this time: On the Instagram channel for the show is a detail shot of a white, very wide unbuttoned shirt with a matching jacket – this is how Jeremy Fragrance appears in many of his videos.
These twelve celebrities are sure to be there
Apart from the rumors about Jeremy Fragrance, twelve participants have already been determined. There are erotic model Micaela Schäfer (39), “DSDS” permanent candidate Menderes Bağcı (38), “Popstars” winner Doreen Steinert, impersonator Jörg Knör (63), reality candidate Jennifer Iglesias (24) and boxing manager Rainer Gottwald ( 56).
In a second batch of new names, the broadcaster recently introduced sports commentator Jörg Dahlmann (63), ex-US5 singer Jay Khan (40), “DSDS” participant Tanja Tischewitsch (33), “Prince Charming” candidate Sam Dylan ( 31), influencer Valentina Doronina (22) and home shopping queen Diana Schell (52).
The tenth season of “Celebrity Big Brother” starts on November 18, 2022 (8:15 p.m., Sat.1) and runs until December 7th.