Khloe Kardashian is desperate to watch Malika Haqq on "Celebrity Big Brother".
The 34-year-old actress joined the famous house last night (02.01.18) for a special female-only series - which will see men join later this week - but her close friend is devastated she can't watch her in the abode and has asked her fans to send her links to the Channel 5 show so that she can keep up to date in America.
Khloe, 33, wrote: "I am so happy for @ForeverMalika being on CBB but I hate that I can't watch. I have to know what's going on in there!! Is she ok? I'm trying to find links! Can anyone help me? (sic)"
Malika - who is best friends with Khloe - was offered a mega-money deal to join the famous abode as bosses were hoping she'd spill the beans on the Kardashians.
This isn't the first time a friend of the famous family have tried their luck on the British TV show as Jonathan Cheban - who is close with Kim Kardashian West - signed up two years ago but the 43-year-old PR guru didn't do as well as hoped.
Malika entered the house alongside Amanda Barrie, Jess Impiazzi, politician Ann Widdecombe, Maggie Olive - the Detective Constable who exposed the Rochdale sex grooming scandal and inspired the programme "Three Girls" - journalist Rachel Johnson - who is the sister of politician Boris Johnson - and model Ashley James.
The famous abode has been given a feminine makeover as the show celebrates it being 100 years since women won the right to vote. The house is sophistically designed and features a stunning copper bath, which cost a whopping £4,000.
There are two bedrooms - each of which is named after a famous woman who campaigned for women's votes.
The Pankhurst room is named after Emmeline Pankhurst, the leader of the British suffragette movement and the other room is called Davison after political activist Emily Davison, who died when she threw herself under King George V's horse Anmer at the Epsom Derby in 1913.