Celebrity Big Brother’s Kirstie Alley plans to ‘have sex non-stop’ if she finds the right man in the house

The Look Who's Talking actress admitted she would be happy to find 'a nice single guy that she fancied' during her stint on the show.

In a frank interview with The Mirror Kirstie, 67, said she entered the house on a "whim" and spoke about how her co-star John Travolta would make a great housemate as he "gets on with everyone".

She said: "I would probably just sh*g them like non-stop. Yeah, probably out in the garden. But it’s not really why I’m here.

"I wouldn’t be able to do Love Island. I’d be able to do Sh*g Island. Love Island is a little deep for me."

Kirstie – who said her ex going into the house would be her worst nightmare – has already been accused of being drunk by fans as she entered the house.

The Cheers actress entered the house excited about being on the Channel 5 reality show but her erratic behaviour saw her ask if she was going to be assassinated when she was made the secret President of the house and fans wondered what was wrong.

Some decided Kirstie was drunk, despite the contestants not having access to excess alcohol before they enter the house.

One wrote: "Kirstie is already so drunk… #CBB"

A second added: "Is Kirstie already drunk? #cbb"

Another asked: "Has Kirstie been drinking? #CBB"

A fourth added: "Is Kirsty drunk or on something ahahaha I'm screaming #cbb"

Tonight’s live launch will see 12 big name stars enter the completely refurbished house.

Bosses chose a Love Island themed décor for the pad, complete a luxurious hot tub, pool and funky bar.

This series has been the most costly ever – with the big name stars commanding fees that total £2.3million.

Former Emmerdale actress Roxanne signed a deal worth £750,000 along with Stormy who signed on the dotted line for the same figure.

The series will last for a total of three weeks, with Emma Willis hosting the show tonight and throughout the live evictions.

Rylan Clark-Neal is back hosting Big Brother’s Bit On The Side which will air straight after the main show ends.

The future of the hit show remains in doubt as bosses try and work out whether to continue the pricey franchise or end on a high note.

For now, they’re throwing money at celebrities in a bid to inject life into the format which some fans have branded “tired”.

As well as given the house an overhaul, earlier this week The Sun Online exclusively revealed how bosses had ditched the show’s cameramen and replaced them with robots.

The Microsoft Azure Media Analytics system recognises facial expressions, language and keywords to effectively pin point dramatic moments – meaning producers don’t have to pour over hours of footage to pull out the best bits

Following the launch tonight, Celebrity Big Brother continues every night, bar Saturdays, at 9pm on Channel 5.

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