Although she probably had more to fear from the drag queens on stage than the nubile, scantily clad backing dancers.
Baldwin rose early and pottered about the house while the rest of the housemates were still asleep but eventually nodded off again on the sofa.
Altberg was not pleased to be woken by Big Brother's alarm at 9.45am and began telling the housemates of the torture he had suffered the previous night.
I live every day of my life like a Saturday, so to me it works perfectly all week.'The Swedish star explained he is still in touch with Dane Bowers, Alex and Page Three girl Nicola T from the house.
He said he was planning to catch up with Dane and Alex over the summer to 'watch old episodes together.' He has also been performing the tune around Europe, and played to a lively crowd at the Northern Pride event in Newcastle the Saturday before last.
The pair spent Tuesday evening flirting in the snow, and later, as they lay together on the sofas he whispered to her: ''You're awesome.'' On Wednesday Altberg was alone in the garden building a snowman when Big Brother set him a secret task.
The Tree of Temptation whispered to him to take the bottle of sand from inside its trunk and to pour it into another housemate's bed without them knowing, to win some luxurious Egyptian cotton sheets for Stephanie Beacham, who has complained about the bedding.His adventures also took him to Majorca, where he found himself surrounded by a group of insistent women back at his hotel after a gig in Magaluf.Altberg refused to divulge how the evening ended, but did reveal that he was left with a sizeable bar bill at the end of proceedings.The 25-year-old DJ was reluctant to take part and distanced himself from the housemates as he had been told he was forbidden from telling them about the task.He later gathered the group in the lounge and confessed he failed the task. The Big Short, the film adaptation of Michael Lewis' book of the same name about the causes of the financial crisis, opens in UK cinemas this weekend.As we approach a vote on the UK's membership of the European Union, we look at what 50 writers, actors, historians, artists and comedians have said about Europe and its nations.