CELEBRITY Big Brother's David Potts is coming to Rhyl! 

The Ibiza Weekender star, who was crowned the champion of the first Celebrity Big Brother in six years, is coming to Lyons Robin Hood in Rhyl.

However, fans will have to wait a while to see the reality star as he has been booked for a Boogie Bingo Christmas Party 2024!

The night is being organised by Boujee Events.

Chris Gentile, from Boujee Events, said: "’It is great to have secured David for our annual Christmas Party. Having just won the latest series of Celebrity Big Brother, he’ll be a huge hit for all attendees.

"We’re a local business and hope the local community book to attend this event and support us in bringing more big names to the local area.

"It's truly fantastic to bring Celebrity Big Brother winner David Potts to Rhyl.

"This event will undoubtedly add some sparkle and excitement to the community.

"Denbighshire is in for an unforgettable experience."

The live final of Celebrity Big Brother drew more than one million viewers.

When the episode aired, from 9pm to 10.30pm on Friday, March 22, 30-year-old Potts beat 26-year-old Strictly Come Dancing professional Nikita Kuzmin and became the first winner of the ITV series.

Rhyl Journal: Celebrity Big Brother champion David Potts will appear as a special guest!Celebrity Big Brother champion David Potts will appear as a special guest! (Image: Boujee Events)
Potts will appear as a special guest at the Christmas event. 

Visit https://www.tickettailor.com/events/boujeeevents to book and to view other planned events.

Chris Gentile, of Rhuddlan, formed “Boujee Events” last year. 

Chris said last year: “There’s nothing better than putting on an event where you can see the happiness in people’s faces.

“It really gives you a good kick, and in a way, it’s giving something back to the community, as well.”

The event at Lyons Robin Hood in Rhyl will take place on Saturday, November 30 from 7.30pm until 1am. Readers can book a ticket and pay in full or opt to pay £15 deposit only (final balance of £20 per ticket is due on September 30).