Jade's life changed forever on the day she entered the Big Brother house in May 2002, and things have never been the same since. TV glamour was a far cry from her life growing up in Bermondsey, where Jade had taken on the role of 'carer' for her disabled mum from an early age. With her father in prison, she didn't have an easy childhood, and one of her first memories was waking up, aged six, and dragging her mum out of their burning house when it caught fire. She discusses what really happened under the Big Brother sheets with PJ on live TV, meeting Jeff Brazier and falling pregnant (twice), as well as struggling to conquer a dangerous eating disorder. Always with her children, Bobby and Freddy, in mind, Jade went back to college in 2003, qualified as a beauty therapist, and established her own salon. There have been many trials and tribulations along the way, but that's how things often were for Jade, and she took it all in her stride. Heart-rending, hilarious and shockingly revealing. This book gives a fascinating insight into Jade's extraordinary life.