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Millionaire enters Big Brother house

Ryan has the good looks but not the cash.
Ryan has the good looks but not the cash. Paul Broben

TWO more blokes entered the Big Brother house tonight, and one of them is a multi-millionaire.

Sparky George, from WA, and Melbourne model Ryan helped to even out the male to female ratio a bit more.

Josh, Bradley and Michael ecstatically greeted their new housemates as the girls watched on from the parlour.

The seven ladies were quick to speculate on which addition was the one with the fat wallet, and quite a few appeared to get hot under the collar when they saw Ryan.

The live studio audience erupted in high-pitched shrieks when the model walked out on to the stage and revealed to host Sonia Kruger that he was single.

Having recently finished his university studies, the 21-year-old also told Kruger he was more than just a pretty face.

Mining electrician George, 25, also reckons he does all right with the ladies and wasn't afraid to admit to being a bit of a mother's boy.

Once the girls discover he's the secret millionaire, well, his luck with the fairer sex is sure to continue.

Shortly after he entered the house, word got out on Twitter that George was the cashed-up housemate.

Australian Property Investor magazine ran an article about the dreadlocked tradie's impressive investment portfolio in its June edition and it didn't take long for an astute Big Brother fan to find it.

The final two housemates will be revealed in tomorrow night's show, which starts at 7pm on Nine/WIN.

Topics:  big brother sonia kruger


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