Celebrity Big Brother winner James Hill delighted his Sheffield fans at a calendar signing.
The former Apprentice star posed for photos and signed autographs for the mainly female contingent, who had queued up in the cold and rain for the event at a pop-up shop in Orchard Square yesterday afternoon.
The Star put some reader questions to James, and when asked about what he was like as a small child, he said: “A nightmare, always in trouble!”
The self confessed ‘wheeler-dealer’ said he is always looking for opportunities and has been working on a clothing brand, although he said: “Right now, I’m having a bit of a break. I’m looking to carve out this media career and see what happens.”
James said his Big Brother experience was ‘amazing’ and has helped the public to see a more genuine side to his character rather than how he was perceived on The Apprentice.
He said: “It doesn’t cost anything to be nice at the end of the day.”
n James’ appearance was part of a ‘Joey Essex and celeb friends take over Orchard Square’ event. The X Factor’s Jake Quickenden is doing a a lunch-time signing today, while Joey will appear tomorrow to promote his clothing and fragrance range.