Chantelle Houghton is set to release 'I Want It All' on Spotify.

Chantelle Houghton

Chantelle Houghton

The 'Celebrity Big Brother' winner - who entered the house as a "fake celebrity" in 2006, when she was tasked with convincing her housemates she was a pop star - sang the faux track to trick the celebs into thinking she was part of a girl group called Kandy Floss, and fans have recently demanded the song be released.

One fan tweeted: "ITS TIME FOR POP PRINCESS CHANTELLE TO MAKE HER DEBUT AGAIN! (sic)"

Even Rylan Clark-Neal - who presented 'Big Brother's Little Brother' - joined the campaign by tweeting: "RELEASE I WANT IT ALL by Kandi Floss with a K you COWARDS #bbuk !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (sic)"

In response, 'Big Brother' bosses have decided to release the song on Spotify along with a playlist called 'Big Brother: Best Songs Ever', which features a number of hits played on the show throughout its run from 2000 to 2018.

The song - which was originally penned for Kylie Minogue - was given to Chantelle to perform in front of her fellow housemates, including Jodie Marsh, Pete Burns and The Ordinary Boys singer Preston.

Meanwhile, former 'Big Brother' host Davina McCall has recently called the 36-year-old star an "appalling liar".

The presenter admitted she was "convinced" Chantelle would be exposed as a fake celebrity during her time on the show.

She spilled: "I was convinced she was going to fail, convinced. She did such an appalling job singing the song and she was really an appalling liar.

"There were already murmurings of, 'I'm not sure she's a celebrity.'"

Her identity was finally revealed to the house, and Chantelle went on to win the £25,000 cash prize.


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