Scotty T’s cooking is the recipe for success with Celebrity Big Brother’s Kristina Rihanoff

PUBLISHED: 17:59 29 January 2016 | UPDATED: 18:20 29 January 2016

Kristina Rihanoff visits the Alan Day showroom in Hampstead

Kristina Rihanoff visits the Alan Day showroom in Hampstead


Strictly Come Dancing star Kristina Rihanoff will be dancing for joy if her favourite Scotty T waltzes off with the Celebrity Big Brother crown.

Scotty T is still Kristina Rihanof'fs favourite to win Celebrity Big BrotherScotty T is still Kristina Rihanof'fs favourite to win Celebrity Big Brother

During a visit to Hampstead, the pregant star revealed she is still hooked on the show and has been glued to her former housemates’ antics since she was evicted.

During a visit to see the mechanics at Hampstead car showroom Alan Day Volkswagen, where she recently bought herself a new Golf car, the star said: “I have been glued to the TV every night watching the dramas as they happen. It’s amazing to see how it is all unfolding.”

Kristina, 38, who announced her pregnancy on the show, still has her money on former housemate Scotty T to win.

The dancer, who has admitted being “like a hoover” and eating everything in sight during her pregnancy, said Scotty won her over with his skills in the kitchen.

She said: ”Scotty is a young man just having fun in the Big Brother House and that’s why I backed him to win.

He gets on with everyone and aside from anything else he’s a good cook! ”

Alan Day managing director Paul Tanner said: “It was lovely to see Kristina again. She had to dash off to Strictly Come Dancing rehearsals when she took delivery of her Golf but wanted to come back and thank the staff for looking after her so well.

Kristina is expecting her first child with rugby ace Ben Cohen later this year.

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