|Chantelle Houghton birth name:||Chantelle Vivien Houghton|
|Chantelle Houghton birthday||1983-08-21|
|Chantelle Houghton home town||Essex, England.|
|Chantelle Houghton assets|
|Chantelle Houghton vices|
|Chantelle Houghton height||171 cm|
|Chantelle Houghton job||Reality TV star.|
|Chantelle Houghton hobbies|
|Chantelle Houghton ethnicity||White|
|Chantelle Houghton breast size||34|
|Chantelle Houghton waist size||26|
|Chantelle Houghton hips size||34|
|Chantelle Houghton motto||What's a gynaecologist?"|
Prior to appearing on Big Brother, Chantelle did some glamour modelling, when she appeared in The Daily Star as a page three girl in 2003. She also appeared as a Soccerette model on Sky TV's Soccer AM show.
Chantelle has appeared as a guest on several TV shows in the UK since winning Celebrity Big Brother. These include:The Friday Night Project on 10 February and 17 February 2006 as a co-presenter to Alan Carr and Justin Lee Collins Channel 4's 8 Out of 10 Cats, as a contestant on 10 March 2006 ITV1's "The Mint," as a guest BBC's "The Weakest Link," as a contestant on 5 May 2006, which also featured sometime reality TV stars Michael Barrymore and Russell Grant Big Brother's Big Mouth on 17 August 2006, during the final week of the seventh series of Big Brother. CBBC's "Comic Relief" does Beat the Boss, alongside Dragons' Den star Duncan Bannatyne and comedian Joe Pasquale ITV1's "Call me a Cabbie" as a trainee in 2007. "Hotel Babylon" as the girlfriend of Chris Moyles.
Chantelle also presented her own dating show called "Chantelle's Dream Dates", where she gave girls on the street a makeover and got them to date one of three male contestants. She was nominated in the Most Popular TV Contender category at the 2006 National Television Awards, but was beaten by Nikki Grahame, herself a former Big Brother contestant.
In May 2006, she signed a £300,000 deal with Random House to publish her autobiography. It was released in October 2006 called Living the Dream which only sold 5,000 copies. Extracts from the book were read out by Simon Amstell on the 14 February 2007 edition of "Never Mind the Buzzcocks" which caused Preston, who was a guest on the show, to walk off the set.
Chantelle has written several columns in high profile magazines, most notably OK's BB7 columnist and NEW's BB8 columnist. Before becoming NEW's BB8 columnist she had another column in NEW magazine entitled "I Want It Right Now" in which she shared make up and fashion tips.
In 2008, she opened a clothing store in Great Yarmouth called Store Twenty One.Personal Life
On 11 April 2006 Chantelle announced her engagement to Samuel Preston, whom she met while taping "Celebrity Big Brother." They were married on 25 August 2006 at the Dartmouth House in Mayfair, London. Ten months later, on 27 June 2007 they announced in a joint statement that they were ending their marriage.
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