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Lea Walker's Biography

 
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Lea Walker was 35 and from Nottingham when she entered Big Brother. She was a model and body artist.

Lea, who was bullied at school for being fat, has been 22 stone and then went down to just 6 stone.

Divorcee, Lea said that she was entering Big Brother not just for herself but also for her mother and her son.

Lea stayed in for a good length of time but at the end of a week of turmoil that saw the re-entrance of Aisleyne to the Big Brother house and the departure of Jonathan, Lea was evicted in a close contest with Richard - Lea had 53% of the public vote.

In a twist, a few weeks later, Lea re-entered Big Brother when she was one of the four evicted housemates voted into the house next door by the public.

However, the existing housemates chose Nikki to join them and so Lea, Grace and Mikey had to leave Big Brother once more.

Lea said before entering Big Brother that she considers herself not a freak but abnormal. The Mirror reported how friends were worried about her appearing in Big Brother and that film maker Philip Braund, who developed an idea of a documentary of her life claims Lea said:

"I have always hated the way I look and could never look in a mirror without turning away in disgust, repulsed by my own image. I have always wanted to be someone completely different and surgery changed my life. I am now happier than I have ever been."

Lea has spent £35,000 on plastic surgery and has a Staffordshire Terrier called something like "Itchykitchkoo".

She thinks her best feature is her eyes. However, for others her breasts were striking. According to The Sun: "Porn model Lea Walker nearly broke her co-star's [Tony James in Casting Couch 4] nose — with her huge breasts ..."

Back in 1975, Lea won Miss Butlins when she was four.

Somebody called Lea Walker appeared on Vic Reeves's Best and Worst of God - we have not yet established if it's the same one.

Since Big Brother, Lea Walker together with fellow housemate Richard Newman had their own radio show on Gaydar, The Dickie and Dolly Show.



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