DJ Talent sinks teeth into BB

PUBLISHED: 15:54 03 February 2010 | UPDATED: 11:27 12 August 2010

A CHEEKY, gold-toothed DJ who shot to fame on Britain s Got Talent has been causing more mischief. Beckenham-born musician DJ Talent,

A CHEEKY, gold-toothed DJ who shot to fame on Britain's Got Talent has been causing more mischief.

Beckenham-born musician DJ Talent, whose real name is Anthony Ghosh, 31, appeared on Celebrity Big Brother's Big Mouth, broadcast on the digital channel E4 last Friday.

After launching Friday night's live finale with a rendition of his song I Say Britain, DJ Talent flirted with presenter Davina McCall and enjoyed friendly banter with pop-star and producer Dane Bowers.

Mr Ghosh told the Times the highlight of his appearance was teasing host McCall.

He said: "As this was the last ever Celebrity Big Brother I said to Davina: 'You have Britain's sexiest bottom.' It was a really fun show."

DJ Talent, who has 28 gold teeth, became a national hit last April after performing as a contestant on the ITV talent show, judged by Simon Cowell, Piers Morgan and Amanda Holden.

The loudmouth won an army of fans and reached the semi-finals before being voted off the show. Following his appearance on ITV, DJ Talent released the single I Say Britain, now available to buy on iTunes, and performed at the launch party of Big Brother 10 last summer.

Friday's Celebrity Big Brother was won by cage-fighter Alex Reid, the partner of model Katie Price. Croydon-born Dane Bowers came second, and hard-man actor Vinnie Jones was voted into third place by the public.

DJ Talent said: "At first I wanted Vinnie Jones to win but I found him a bit arrogant when he said he would never buy his socks from Primark. I am glad Dane Bowers did well, because I know some of his friends from the band Truesteppers.

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