Nikki Grahame rose to fame on the popular reality TV show Big Brother. Nikki described herself as special because she has so many special qualities. Its the special qualities that have made her by far the most successful of all the BB7 HM's. Continuing her Big Brother success in Ultimate Big Brother 2010, as a Time Warp housemate in BB16 2016 and Big Brother Canada 4 this year as a wildcard house guest.
Nikki Grahame has appeared on many TV and Radio shows including the Friday Night Project, 8 out of 10 cats, The Weakest Link and many more shows since. Nikki even starred in her own Television show Princess Nikki. During Big Brother 2007 and 2008 she had a spot on Big Brothers Little Brother (BBLB) as a roving reporter, her reports were all funny and extremely entertaining. When the BB franchise moved to ch5 in 2012 Nikki has been a regular panelist on Big Brothers Bit on the side.
Nikki Grahame has featured in many magazines and news stories consistantly since Big Brother 7. Nikki has also written column for the popular OK! and More magazines as well as for other news services.
Nikki has longed to start her own petite fashion range for small framed girls because she often found it hard to buy clothes her size. And on September last year this dream became a reality with for Nikki for JYY fashion range.
Nikki Grahame Petite Fashion Collection
Nikki has joined forces with online style hub JYY.London and has designed a whole range of fashion garments especially for petite girls. Nikki who is famed for her love of lace LBD's and sexy bodycon frocks worked alongside the brand's fashion maestros to bring us her very first clothing collection.
The collection has some 32 pieces ranging from tops, shorts, sunglasses, jumpers to stylish dresses.
Gorgeous Summer outfits available now from the NikkiForJYY Collection! See the full collection here.
Nikki Grahame on Twitter
Nikki is on Twitter and you can follow her at @NikkiGrahame. Nikki posts regularly pictures, video and latest event information. So why not go and follow her and find out what she is up to.
Nikki's social media accountsTwitter: @nikkigrahame
Please be aware that there are fake accounts so make sure you follow Nikki at one of the above social media links.
Fake account on Instagram Please be aware that the account @nikkigrahameofficial on Instagram is a fake account! Nikki never had an instagram account until one was created by her manager during her stay in the BBCAN4 house. The real Nikki Grahame account on Instagram is @nikkigrahame1.
Body Gossip. The next Vagina Monologues? Passionate, funny, inspirational and brutally honest, Body Gossip tells real stories about real bodies, written by real men and women. A revolution for every body. Starring Natalie Cassidy, Anne Diamond, Nikki Grahame and Shobna Gulati plus other big names.
Body Gossip is a campaign where real people can send in their stories about their body issues and a selection of these stories are performed by celebrities live on stage. So far there have been 3 shows, 2 in London and 1 at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. And they plan to take the show to the West End. A share of the ticket sales sold for the shows is donated to B-EAT, the Eating Disorders Association. For more information about Body Gossip visit their website, www.bodygossip.org
You can see Nikki's slide shows at the previous Body Gossip performances held at The Hub in London, 29th March and 10th May, 17th August at the Edinburgh Fringe in the special events gallery. click here.
Nikki is a supporter of the National Osteoporosis Society
Nikki is a supporter of the National Osteoporosis Society, the only UK-wide charity dedicated to improving the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of osteoporosis, the fragile bone disease that causes bones to become so weak that they can break as the result of a minor bump or fall. They run a helpline to support and inform the estimated three million people in the UK who have osteoporosis.
Nikki Supports BEAT
Nikki Supports BEAT the leading UK charity for people with eating disorders and their families. Beat provides helplines for adults and young people, online support and a UK-wide network of self-help groups to help people beat their eating disorder.