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Key moments: Male model Alex Sibley hid in a bedroom and mimed to 1975 KC and the Sunshine Band hit That's The Way (I Like It).
But it was Goody who attracted most of the headlines thanks to her shaky grasp of general knowledge and verbal gaffes. I thought that was abroad." "Do they speak Portuganese in Portugal? " Romance: Scouse marketing co-ordinator Scott Turner and student Nush Nowak, from Malvern, Worcestershire, provided all the will-they-won't-they moments.
Winner: Portuguese transsexual Nadia Almada, then 27, went from 50/1 outsider at the start of the show to storm to victory. " Romance: Maxwell Ward and Saskia Howard-Clarke took on the geezer and "geezer bird" mantle.
The bank clerk had not told housemates she used to be a man. Almada, now 32, has fallen off the showbiz radar after having a number 27 "hit" with A Little Bit of Action in December 2004. And dancer Anthony Hutton got amorous with nurse Makosi Musambasi in the hot tub.
Key quote - Phillips to Bateman: "I just thought you were genuine. You're making it hard for me to believe what anyone else has said." Romance: The big romance of the series was between car designer Paul "in many ways I've lived the life of an international pop star" Clarke and Welsh hairdresser Helen "I like blinking I do" Adams.
After the show, the pair moved in together but have since split.
Key quote - Makosi Musambasi on the Beckham baby naming convention: "What am I gonna call this baby? " Romance: Musician Pete Bennett, from Brighton, fell for high-maintenance model Nikki Grahame despite her excruciating temper tantrums but they split after the show ended.
Key moments: "Nasty" Nick Bateman created headlines in both broadsheets and tabloids by writing notes with a smuggled-in pencil which he showed to contestants to influence their voting.But it was data strategy manager Jon Tickle - evicted after four weeks before returning for the last two - who provided the laughs with his eccentric ways and wacky inventions.Winner: Stout beat IT administrator Ray Shah into second place. Stout, now 38, has done some TV presenting work as well as writing columns for Scottish newspapers including The Sunday Post. I can't believe it." Romance: Insufferably soppy duo Michelle Bass and Stuart Wilson had viewers reaching for the sick bucket, particularly when they were left wondering what the couple were up to when they hid under a table.Winner: Fun-loving Irish air steward Brian Dowling, then 23 - who beat Adams in a live final - impressed viewers with his caustic witticisms. Went on to present a number of shows including Saturday morning children's TV show SMTV Live on ITV.Dowling, now 30, was last seen playing Captain Hook in Peter Pan at Dublin's Tivoli Theatre last winter.
Sam and Amanda Marchant are doing their bit for Sport Relief Big Brother twins Sam and Amanda Marchant are set to run a three-mile three-legged race for Sport Relief this weekend.