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- Posted on Dec 30th 2009 10:00AM by Julian Marszalek
A High Court judge last week banned singer Boy George from taking part following a complaint from the Probation Service.
It has emerged that this year's contestants -- also rumoured to feature Pamela Anderson and former Hearsay singer Kym Marsh -- will face a decor based on Dante's Inferno and Jean-Paul Sartre's proposition that "Hell is other people". To this end, producers have created an interior that includes animal skulls, weird sculptures and a kitchen inspired by a hospital morgue.
"The famous line from Dante's Inferno is 'Abandon hope all ye who enter here', which has inspired much of what we have done to the house," said executive producer Shirley Jones.
She added: "When the celebrities arrive on Sunday night, they will definitely wonder what is in store for them."
Previous contestants have included Take That's Mark Owen, The Ordinary Boys' Preston and Dead or Alive singer Pete Burns.