Controversial TV reality show 'Bigg Boss 4' may get a new house member if expelled Samajwadi Party leader Amar Singh's wish comes true.
Singh on Sunday said he wanted to be in the 'Bigg Boss' house as a contestant. "I would definitely like to join 'Bigg Boss' show if they offer me," he said here while replying to a question.
Before the current season of 'Bigg Boss' commenced, Singh's name was doing the rounds along with other celebrities
as probable participants for the show.
Till date, Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam is the only political leader who has participated in the show in its
second season in 2008. However, he was eliminated in first week itself.
The current season of the show courted controversy when Shiv Sena protested against the inclusion of two Pakistani
participants and also called for Lonavala bandh where its set is located.
Singh, president of Lokmanch Party, had earlier strongly opposed MNS chief Raj Thackeray and Shiv Sena Executive
President Uddhav Thackeray for their 'sons-of-the-soil' agenda. However, he had a completely different take on the
"My party does not want to get into controversy over sons-of-the-soil issue and if needed, I would personally meet
Raj and Uddhav with a white flower," Singh said.
Singh had earlier also softened his stand against Raj, saying the latter's statement accusing migrants of spreading
Malaria in Mumbai was "not from his heart."