If rumours transcribe, Rylan Clark will go into the Big Brother house tonight. Despite being the bookies favourite to win, Rylan was voted amongst the top three celebs that Brits want to see least of in 2013, according to a recent MSN UK poll.
The former X Factor contestant took third place in the poll with 12% of the vote. Simon Cowell took first place (16%) followed by Justin Bieber in second place (14%).
It seems Brits still can’t get enough of the Games, though. Sportspeople Jessica Ennis and Bradley Wiggins are now viewed as bona fide celebrities and are the top two celebs that people want to see more of in 2013, claiming 14% and 12% of the vote respectively. Cheryl Cole proves she’s still got it, coming in third (8%).
London Mayor Boris Johnson is the politician Brits want to see more of in 2013, according to independent research commissioned by MSN UK that measures the nation’s predictions and desires for the year ahead.
Nearly a third (32%) of Brits voted Boris as the politician they want to see a whole lot more of in 2013, followed by Labour leader Ed Milliband (19%), while Prime Minister David Cameron could only muster third place with just 11% of the vote.
In fact, the PM took out the gong for the politician Brits most want to see much less of in 2013, with 30% of the vote, followed by Ed Milliband (23%) and George Osborne (13%).
However Mr Cameron can still take some comfort in the fact he was voted the person most likely to be most influential in 2013 (23%). Royal baby fever sees Kate Middleton (19%) and Prince William (12%) come in close behind.
And when it comes to sports stars we’d rather not hear about, it’s footballers Cristiano Ronaldo and David Beckham who get the red cards. One in four Brits (25%) are hoping to see less of the notorious Ronaldo in 2013, with nearly one in five (18%) wanting David Beckham to head to the bench. And after a poor performance on the track in 2012, F1 driver Lewis Hamilton crawls into third place (9%).
The bad news continues for Becks and Hamilton, with Brits predicting they’re the sports stars who’ll have the least successful years in 2013, with 24% and 13% of the vote respectively.