If you’ve been scratching your head, wondering where you know one Big Brother housemate from, we may have the solution.
Farida, 50, has featured on television before – and lately.
Furthermore, the make-up artist has met previous BB hosts Emma Willis and Rylan Clark!
It’s time to put you out of your misery: she was a participant on Blankety Blank as well as Come Dine With Me.
Viewers have been digging since Farida’s Big Brother debut, with a footage from her appearance on Blankety Blank swiftly circulating on Twitter.
The clip in question has been viewed over 100,000 times and sees host Bradley Walsh ask her: ‘Farida, when I’m on telly, I aspire to be more like Rylan Clark. The trouble is, he’s got way more [blank] than me.’
Revealing the answer on her whiteboard, Farida had written ‘jazz.’
Before Rylan launched a really cheeky insinuation, the studio crowd burst out laughing.
‘Can I just check, that does say jazz, doesn’t it?’, he quipped.
Farida was clearly having a great time and couldn’t stop laughing, as were the other celebrity guests, including Emma, Iain Stirling, Anita Rani, and Sue Perkins.
Big Brother fans were taken aback by Farida’s previous TV performances.
One person tweeted: ‘omg i thought i recognised her’.
‘As soon as Farida appeared I knew I’d seen here before!!’, wrote another.
Farida, from Wolverhampton, claimed she applied for the programme to offer Asian representation before moving into the new Big Brother house.
‘I’m very proud of who I am and I feel like Asian women and Asian culture is underrepresented on TV,’ she said.
‘A lot of people think that wearing a headscarf might stop you from having opportunities, whereas for me, it’s been completely the opposite. I embrace it with confidence and it’s actually given me lots of opportunities.
‘I want to let people know that us Muslims, we really aren’t suppressed. I’m far from suppressed – I used to be a holiday rep!’
On the part of the crazy social experiment that she was looking forward to the most, she said: ‘I’m looking forward to everything honestly, I’m just going to embrace it.
‘I believe in living for the moment and I want to remember that I’m one of thousands of applicants who made it inside the house.’
With the first eviction approaching, Farida has a theory about why her roommates could vote for her…
‘People will nominate me because they feel intimidated by the fact that I’ve got potential to win this, it’s as simple as that,’ she said.
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Farida has already shown to be popular with fans, and she has considered what she would do with the £100,000 prize money.
I’d probably invest in setting up online training courses to teach hair and makeup. I’ll need to be smart and invest it properly because, don’t forget, I’m a businesswoman.’
Big Brother continues on ITV2 and ITVX.