Hollyoaks star in talks for Celebrity Big Brother and admits he’s tempted by the pay cheque | The Sun

HOLLYOAKS star David Tag has revealed he’s in the early stages of talks to take part in Celebrity Big Brother.

ITV confirmed they would be bringing back the iconic show next year following the success of the civilian version – and it seems they have already got to work casting people.

David – who is best known for playing Sylver McQueen on the Channel 4 soap for four years – is tempted to enter the famous house, if the money is right.

He told us: “I’m in talks for possibly Big brother, but I'm not sure yet like that's just very early stages.

“It's always worth the meeting. But I don't know. This series was actually really good so that's why I thought maybe.”

When asked if it depends what the money is, he replied: “Yeah, exactly.”

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On Hollyoaks, David’s character Sylver was crushed to death while trying to rescue Mercedes’s son Bobby.

Since then David has had a few bit parts, but has teased an exciting project for next year, that he says would be “the next step” in his career.

In the meantime, the actor is going be very busy over the festive period – transforming into the baddie, Fleshcreep, in Jack And The Beanstalk at Rochdale’s Middleton Arena.

He will be joining from December 16th  up until the 29th after making the decision to do a shorter panto run this year.

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David explained: “In the past I've done two pantos the past two years and they've been very, very full on.

“The fact that now that I have two small children, I just thought I'll just do a shorter stint this year, and then at least, I can be here for most of Christmas and then be able to help out and enjoy it a bit more with my family.”

Find out more and book tickets here.

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