Former football Neil Ruddock promised to liven up Celebrity Big Brother this year just moments after his inclusion on the show was announced.
The ex- footballer was asked if he "had history" with fellow contestant Frankie Dettori. Ruddock said: "He will get filled in, and yes, we've got a bit of history."
Ruddock played for England, QPR,Millwall, Spurs, Southampton, Liverpool, West Ham, Crystal Palace & Swindon during his career.
Champion jockey Frankie Dettori, who is currently banned from horse racing over a drugs offence, has been introduced as the first famous occupant of the Celebrity Big Brother house.
The Italian was last month given a six-month ban from the sport following a positive test which he said had left him feeling "ashamed and embarrassed".
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