Just seconds after entering the home of Celebrity Big Brother, Jimmy Savile made a cold comment towards the housemates gathered.
Savile, who was exposed as a sexual predator after his death in 2011, was greeted with cheers when he visited the famous Borehamwood bungalow in January 2006.
The series is remembered for the scene where George Galloway pretends to be a cat, the “bullying” Michael Barrymore with Jodie Marsh and Chantelle Houghton all won despite not being a celebrity.
But one moment that gave viewers goosebumps was when Savile entered the house for two days as part of a special mission – in scenes that Channel 4 is unlikely to air again.
The disgraced TV presenter is said to have been paid £150,000 for his two days of work in which he helps housemates fix things, like on the show Jim Will Fix his.
During an extremely awkward appearance on the 10th, Savile made some disturbing comments while greeting all the celebrities.
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He told basketball legend Dennis Rodman: “I want you to know I have a violent temper but you have nothing to fear from me.”
After hugging Coronation Street star Rula Lenska, he exclaimed, “I want to marry all the ladies for at least 24 hours.”
One of the most horrifying interactions occurred when Savile grabbed Chantelle’s hand as she nervously giggled.
Jimmy said before kissing her hand: “I know that many people love you, but they don’t love you with sincerity and tenderness.
Kissing her hand again, he shivered adding: “I always tell the truth even when I’m lying.”
Then Michael Barrymore knelt before Saville, whom he knew outside the house, as if he were bowing before him.
Evil Savile then told his housemates that he was there to fix something for them and started walking around the house.
While Rula was cooking, Savile told her she looked “a lot better” than on TV “in the flesh”.
He went on to talk about his experiences with The Beatles star John Lennon and asserted that Pete Burns’ voice is almost identical.
The following evening, Savile began a conversation about prison by asking housemates if anyone had “been in jail”.
He joked that being in the Big Brother house was his first time being “inside” – then began praising Michael while discussing his career.
In Diary Room, an emotional Michael says: “When he walked in, I was blown away because it was him and he never let you down.
“I don’t think I’ve seen Jim and heard Jim talk and be very personal and kind to me. I started to feel good there and thought we were going.”
While his housemates were writing to Savile with their requests, he turned his head around the door and uttered some strange words.
“Don’t forget the ladies, I come home most weekends,” he said before leaving as the women giggled awkwardly.
Among the requests were a jumbo jet flight for Michael, two Oscar tickets for George, a role in EastEnders for Preston and Chantelle a request to be a pop star.
When he left the house on the first day, Jimmy unsettlingly explained why he wouldn’t spend the night there.
He claimed he couldn’t stay because he came from a “red-blooded part of the country” and wouldn’t be able to contain himself.
The next day, Savile returns to the CBB’s home to grant their wishes, including a personal video message from home to Pete and care equipment for Dennis.
George was given two tickets to the BAFTAs, Chantelle received a CD of her ‘fake’ song (when she was posing as a pop star, and arrangements were made for Preston to meet the owners of the BAFTAs). EastEnders.
The most vile gift was when Savile told American actress and model Traci Bingham that he would reveal privately that her wish for something “personal for her” would come true.
On his last night, he danced around the living room with his housemates while the theme tune Jim would fix was played through the speakers.
Savile then said goodbye to each of them, then asked if he could go around and do each one again before leaving.
On the 18th, Savile’s name was mentioned again – but under much more sinister circumstances.
The housemates all sat together in the living room while Barrymore went to the Diary Room to lay out his nominations for the upcoming eviction.
In what appeared to be an edited discussion of Savile, Pete Burns said: “He’ll take his secrets to the grave and beyond, Mr. Savile.”
In response to Pete’s comment, George said ghostly: “No one has a secret to survive in the grave.”
This was before Savile’s heinous crimes as a predatory sex offender were exposed following his death in October 2011 and there was absolutely no indication that Pete or George knew. anything about Savile’s crimes.
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Savile died in October 2011 after being hospitalized shortly before from pneumonia.
In the days leading up to his death shortly before his 85th birthday, Savile is quoted as saying, “Too many women, too little time.”
He added: “I had an ability to bounce back, but this time I can’t seem to give it back.”
Although there were some questions about his private life and the allegations during his lifetime, most of them were dismissed, although he was quietly banned by the BBC from hosting Children in Need.
Following his death, investigations were organized into the culture of the BBC, his longtime employer, as well as criminal investigations into other well-known sex abusers. .
The likes of Rolf Harris and Stuart Hall became involved in the investigation of Savile’s crimes during Operation Yewtree by the Metropolitan Police.
Now, a new Netflix documentary promises to reveal how a public figure can maintain such a dark and complicated secret life.
On its official website, Netflix said: “TV star Jimmy Savile has captivated an entire nation with his eccentric and philanthropic personality. But the allegations of sexual abuse show a side. unseen side of him.”
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