Marcus Collins Tips Frankie Cocozza For Celebrity Big Brother Win

27 January 2012, 13:19

The 'Seven Nation Army' singer has backed the former The X Factor contestant for a CBB victory tonight.

Marcus Collins has named fellow The X Factor star Frankie Cocozza to win the current series of Celebrity Big Brother.

The two singers met during the 2011 series of the ITV1 show, which saw Frankie kicked off after breaking one of the show's "golden rules", and Marcus has tipped him for a win on the Channel 5 reality show tonight. 

"He got a bad rep on X Factor," Marcus told the Daily Star this week. "So I'm glad he's showing he is genuine on Celebrity Big Brother."

Marcus is currently promoting his first solo single, a cover of The White Stripes song 'Seven Nation Army', which is due out on 4th March.

The single received its first play on Capital FM earlier today (27th January), and was produced by Marcus' The X Factor mentor Gary Barlow.

Frankie Cocozza is the bookies' favourite to win this year's series of Celebrity Big Brother, which is due to finish tonight on Channel 5.

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