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I’m friends with CBB’s David Potts – I know he’s not fake or playing a game, insists Jess Wright

JESS Wright has heaped praise on her pal and Celebrity Big Brother star David Potts ahead of tomorrow’s final.

David, 30, quickly became one of the favourites to win after entering the Celebrity Big Brother house earlier this month.

Jess has heaped praise on her CBB pal David PottsSplash

She insisted the Ibiza Weekender star is definitely not fake and is the ‘most real’ in the houseShutterstock

The pair met while taking part in Celebrity Karaoke ClubMonkey

But some of his fellow housemates have branded him “too much” and claimed he has been “trying too hard” for attention.

However Jess, 38 – who previously appeared on Celebrity Karaoke Club with the Ibiza Weekender star – has insisted that, with David, what you see is what you get.

Speaking exclusively to The Sun, she said: “I love [David], he just cracked me up every day.

“I think it’s unfair to say he’s fake. I actually think David’s probably one of the most real in there, because he isn’t shy about saying how he feels.

“He doesn’t want conflict and he’s not rude. However he’s not someone that would be up someone’s backside because it might get him votes.”

Jess is a reality TV veteran herself having starred on The Only Way is Essex from 2010 until she quit the show in 2016.

And Jess, who shares son Presley, one, with husband William Lee-Kemp, confessed she would love to do Celebrity Big Brother herself one day.

She said: “I think it would be really interesting and quite character building.

“I’m quite a people person and I’m always up for a laugh – but I do think you’d get quite bored in there.

“I’d be the one up trying to get everyone dancing and singing because I’d want to have fun.”

Last year Jess, William and Presley moved into their dream Essex home and they live just minutes away from her parents, brother Mark and his wife Michelle Keegan and other brother Josh and his wife Hollie.

And Jess isn’t ruling out one day getting the whole family together for their very own reality show.

She said: “It would be extremely crazy because we’re all such strong personalities.

“But I think if it was something that had a theme to it, or something challenging where we could do different things… but a fly on the wall would be crazy because it’s mad whenever we get together!”

Jess is working with Start for Life on the new If They Could Tell You campaign which aims to support parents in building stronger bonds with their children while nurturing their future mental health.

Jess said: “It’s something that the NHS provide which I never knew about and I wish I had.

“It’s basically a manual for from when you fall pregnant until two years and beyond.

“It’s there for when you need help or you want to ask some questions. As a new mum you can feel like you’ve been thrown in the deep end – and I definitely had questions!”

“You can really get some solid advice and feel more secure when dealing with your child.”

Jess with son Presley and husband WilliamInstagram



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