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Montana Brown and Holly Hagan 'almost did a Rebecca Loos' getting to grips with ram's privates on Celebs On The Farm

MONTANA Brown and Holly Hagan have told The Sun that they "almost did a Rebecca Loos" as they got to grips with a ram's privates on Celebs On The Farm.

The reality TV favourites are among the famous names to appear in the new MTV series, and were horrified when one of their tasks involved checking ram testicles.

Love Island star Montana Brown, 25, explained: "We had to work with rams, it was literally horrendous. It was ram season, where they have to mate with all these female sheep.

"We had to check their testicles were healthy. Firstly, they look like gigantic peaches. They are not a normal size. It was disgusting."

She joked: "That was the one thing I was like: 'You know, I've had better mornings'. They were in no way having any pleasure from it.

"They were literally hating their lives, us fiddling around with their b*****ks. They were not having fun at all.


"Oh my God. I just remember saying: 'Oh God I really don't want to touch them at all.'"

Geordie Shore's Holly Hagan, 28, echoed: "Oh God, we had to feel its ball sack! I know you would have thought I'd be right at home feeling its ball sack wouldn't you? but certainly not.

"It was the biggest pair of balls I've ever seen in my entire life, I will not lie! There was some hilarious innuendos but everything that was done, was done with class, I would like to think!"


The moment sounds incredibly reminiscent of former glamour model Rebecca's 2004 experience of The Farm, when it aired on Channel 5.

In shocking scenes, the star was seen wearing rubber gloves to arouse the animal before collecting around a third of a litre of semen in a flask.

At the time, the 10-minute scene – watched by 1.6 million people – was the most controversial to appear on Five since Keith Chegwin hosted a naturists' game show Naked Jungle in 2000.

There were complaints to TV regulator Ofcom about the footage, but the media watchdog didn't uphold them – insisting the pig was not degraded by Loos.

They said: "We don't believe that the scene was degrading or harmful to the boar."

Celebs On The Farm returns to our screens on Monday, with Kerry Katona, Shaun Williamson, Malique Thompson Dwyer, Duncan James, drag star Cheryl Hole, Harry Aikines-Aryeetey, Lady Colin Campbell, and Linda Robson completing this year's line-up.

The stars will be put through their paces by farmer Chris Jeffrey, who will teach them all they need to know about the industry – and give them daily tasks to complete to save them from being sent home.

  • Brand new to MTV, Celebs on the Farm premieres on Monday 8th February at 9pm, and continues every week night for two weeks

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