The Daily Star today reports that a “tranny gay” Mexican wrestler is set to become “Big Brother’s most controversial contestant ever.”
Cassandro, whose real name is Saul Armendariz, has told Big Brother bosses, “Come and get me,” claiming he’ll be a hit with viewers.
Here’s the Star’s article in full…
A TRANNY gay Mexican wrestler is set to become Big Brother’s most controversial contestant ever. Cassandro has told Big Brother bosses: “Come and get me,” claiming he will be a ratings smash.
He reckons he will set a “positive example” to British transvestites and spice up the show with wild antics when it returns later this year.
Outrageous Cassandro, whose real name is Saul Armendariz, has already caused a stir after threatening to flatten Top Gear star Jeremy Clarkson, 51.
The 41-year-old said he would love to get his hands on the gobby presenter after he made fun of Mexicans on the show.
Cassandro now says he will pull out all the stops to get on Big Brother.
He said: “I’m coming to England with my group Lucha Futures in June and I’m ready for anything.
“I’m here to set a positive example for everyone.
“As a gay man who has had a hard road to be accepted in my profession, I want to inspire and excite the British public. From what I hear Big Brother is the best way to do it.”
Cassandro’s trademark is to face his opponents wearing a feather boa and woman’s leotard.
Channel 5 bosses are now set to approach him with one source admitting: “It’d certainly make unmissable viewing.”
The channel is bringing back the show this summer with a fresh new look.
Cassandro is touring the UK this year in locations including London, Gateshead and Brighton. Visit luchafutures.com