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Shaman Student From Falmouth Goes Into Big Brother House
8:42am 14th June 2013
(Updated 8:42am 14th June 2013)
Representing Cornwall in the Big Brother house is a student from Falmouth, who says she can talk to animals.
Wolfy Millington reckons she connects with earth through "love and harmony."
The practising shaman is among the first nine contestants on the show.
She describes it as connecting with Mother Earth and the inner animal.
Among the skills she might be seen demonstrating on the Channel 5 programme are cleansing auras and past life recall, based on her belief in reincarnation.
The twenty year old says she has “a passion for fishing which borders on the erotic." That could account for her tattoo of the first mackerel she ever caught.
Being in the house could be tough for Wolfy though. She says she will miss pens and paper the most, since they feed her passion for drawing. Instead she says she will make crop circles in the garden.
The student, originally from Bolton, but now living in the Duchy with her girlfriend of four years who she describes as the love of her life, reckons her best personality trait is being funny - but admits she will say awkward things if people do not laugh when she expects them to.
Wolfy said: "I'm in it to win it."
A former male escort, a glamour model and a woman who runs a "gold digger" website are among the other contestants.
But they are unaware that a professional actor has joined them.
29 year-old Michael has told them he's a postman from Cork, but he is actually there to spin a "web of secrets and lies"
Another selection of hopefuls will go into the house over the weekend.
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