Josie Gibson may have made her name on reality show Big Brother, but perhaps her true calling is on The X Factor as the next Honey G (remember the annoyingly catchy “when I say Honey, you say G”?).
The Jump contestant, who was the first celebrity to leave this year’s competition, composed a charming rap dedicated to her competitor Sir Bradley Wiggins.
“This is Josie, on the mike-y, Wiggy Wiggy Wiggy, can’t you see,” she rapped as Davina McCall made an attempt to twerk (it’s not so easy in ski gear).
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It was not the only comedy moment in Sunday’s episode. Take a look at Kadeena Cox and Emma Parker-Bowles crawling over the finish line at the end of the Snow Cross challenge, fighting desperately for second place…
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Sadly, despite Gibson’s supportive rap, cycling star Wiggins has now been forced pull out of the competition with a fractured leg.
The Jump continues on Sunday at 7:30pm on Channel 4