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Big Brother star Carole Vincent has been revealed as the woman who heckled Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer at the party’s conference.

Carole, who appeared in series eight of the Channel 4 show, was filmed shouting in Sir Keir’s direction and pointing her finger.

The microphones didn’t manage to pick up what Carole was saying, but Labour leader said in response: “Shouting slogans or changing lives, conference?”

His comments garnered more applause from the crowd.

Carole, whose series featured Big Brother favourites Chanelle Hayes and Ziggy Lichman, has previously stood as a council candidate for former Celebrity Big Brother star George Galloway’s Respect Party.

Viewers were quick to pick up on Carole’s appearance, with one taking to Twitter and writing: “Keir talking about something way more important now, but isn’t his heckler that lady from Big Brother 8, Carole Vincent?”

Another was thrilled by seeing the former reality star and added: ”Omg Queen Carole Vincent”.

At one point Sir Keir did also address the heckling and people chanting “shame” and said that it didn’t “bother” him.

The 59 year old said: “At this time on a Wednesday it’s normally the Tories heckling me. It doesn’t bother me then and it doesn’t bother me now.”

Carole placed 5th on the 2007 series of the programme, which was won by Essex-born star Brian Belo.

Carole, who is from London, lasted 94 days in the famous house.

When she entered she was a retired health worker, but since leaving the show she hasn’t gone on to shy away from the limelight.

Back in 2019 Carole was targeted with abuse when a woman shouted “shame on you” at her and others who were marching for Pride in London.

The star, who was dressed in a rainbow flag, was filmed shouted back: "We still love you, you will not shame me."

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After moving to Channel 5 in 2011, Brian Dowling took over presenting Big Brother for its 12th and 13th series.

Emma Willis then took on hosting duties from the 14th series onwards and until the show, as well as Celebrity Big Brother, was cancelled by Channel 5 in 2018.

Many have called for the show to return, with Big Brother’s Bit On The Side presenter Rylan Clark-Neal even asking for the show to be brought back.

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He said: “I wish I could be that person who could be dignified and show decorum, but I’m f***ing not. Bring back Big Brother, what the f***?

“I don’t think it should have went anywhere anyway.”

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