Kinga Karolkzac is a housemate from Big Brother 6. Kinga is a half Polish, half Kuwaiti market researcher from London. She is afraid of rats and believes in ghosts. Quote: "To enjoy myself and be part of the crowd.
Kinga and the wine bottle in Big Brother Series 6 | Daily Mail Online
Channel 4 was last night facing renewed calls to take the reality television series Big Brother off the air after a housemate shocked viewers with her drunken behaviour. Around 80 complaints were lodged with Ofcom, the broadcasting regulators, who also came under criticism for failing to halt the trend for ever more shocking television. During Tuesday night's Big Brother highlights show on Channel 4 , broadcast at 10pm, one of the female contestants was shown simulating sex with a blow-up dog, appearing to perform sex acts with a bottle and kissing two male housemates while topless in the house jacuzzi. Kinga Karolczak, 20, a former barmaid and market researcher from London has since apologised and said she had only been joking. The episode was edited so that her most shocking moments were relayed through the horror expressed on her housemates' faces, while she was heard on voice-over, and a verbal warning went out as the programme began transmission. Ratings for Tuesday's show peaked at 5.
Big Brother star Kinga Karolczak has launched her own YouTube channel that follows her general weight loss and fashion tips. Want the most up-to-date celebrity exclusives sent straight to your inbox every day? Sign up now and join the club! The name Kinga became synonymous with Big Brother after the housemate did the unthinkable with a bottle of wine.
The ground-breaking Channel 4 show is preparing to celebrate its 20 year anniversary. As Big Brother approaches it's 20 year anniversary, Channel 4 announced plans to celebrate the milestone by giving viewers the chance to relive some classic moments. Reality TV has come along way since the show first aired in July , with a shift in taste levels and emphasis on providing contestants with adequate aftercare. The change has led to some question whether some of Big Brother's more controversial scenes will be consciously left on the shelf ahead of the 'Best Ever' compilation show which kicks off this Sunday.