|Celebrity Big Brother 2 (UK)|
|Series Run||November 20, 2002 – November 29, 2002|
|Previous Series||Celebrity Big Brother 1|
|Next Series||Celebrity Big Brother 3|
Celebrity Big Brother 2 (UK) was the second series of Celebrity Big Brother. It featured six celebrities living together in the Big Brother house, while facing eviction by the public. Similar to Celebrity Big Brother 1, the winner would have their prize money donated to a charity of their choice. In addition, all funds raised from the public vote were donated to four charities: Centrepoint, National Missing Persons Helpline, Rethink, and Samaritans. This series was notable for featuring housemate Les Dennis going through depression caused by his split from his then-wife.
- Unmade Beds: Shortly after entering the house, Big Brother informed the housemates that two bedrooms would be available to them: Bedroom 2 would have the beds made, and Bedroom 1 would have unmade beds. The housemates, assuming that unmade meant not having the sheets or blankets on the mattress, entered Bedroom 1 only to discover that the beds were literally unmade, meaning all the parts to make up the frames of the beds were laid out but not put together. The housemates would have to construct the three beds before being able to sleep in them.
|1||1||The housemates were required to assemble the frames of the three beds in Bedroom 1.||Housemates given mattresses, bedsheets, and their suitcases.||Passed|
|2a||2||A number of red and yellow rubber ducks were placed in the pool. Housemates had to take turns using a fishing rod to pull these ducks out of the pool. Each yellow duck saved would add 15 seconds to their time for the second part of the task. Each red duck saved would add 30 seconds to their time for the second part of the task.||Time gained for the second part of the task.||6 Minutes Gained|
|2b||The house's shopping was split up into 10 baskets. Goldie was given 6 minutes to use a digger to transport these baskets into a marked drop-off area. The house would lose any shopping not transported into the drop-off area.||The house's shopping.||9 Baskets Saved|
|3||3-4||The housemates had to spend 24 hours sewing a patchwork quilt. A minimum of 2 housemates had to sit on the sofa working on the quilt at all times.||A party would be thrown for the house.||Failed|
|4||5||While never shown on air, the narrator stated that the housemates had participated in and successfully completed an "observation" task.||An 80's-themed party.||Passed|
|5||6||The housemates were required to learn as much about each other as possible. They then each had to choose one other housemate to answer 3 questions about. The house would pass if they answered 10 of the 15 questions correctly. Further, the housemate who answered the fewest questions correctly would be required to nominate 2 housemates for eviction immediately afterwards.||£10 worth of tea.||Passed|
|Required to nominate 2 housemates for eviction.||Les Failed|
|6||7||The housemates were required to plan out a live soap opera about life in the Big Brother house. They were given costumes and props to play the roles of each other as well as of Big Brother and the chickens. They would put on their performance live for Big Brother later in the day.||A giant wire loop game and giant bowling set.||Passed|
|7||8||Housemates were required to complete an assault course composed of a variety of obstacles. Failing to complete an obstacle would incur a 10 second penalty, and refusing to attempt an obstacle would incur a 30 second penalty. If all 4 housemates managed to complete the assault course in under 4 minutes, all 4 would receive video messages from home. For each minute over 4 the housemates took to complete the course they would receive one less video message. The housemates would also receive a reward if they all complete the assault course.||Up to 4 video messages from home.||2 Video Messages Earned (Given to Sue and Melinda)|
|3 bottles of wine, some snacks, some cigarettes, and a box of discussion topics.||Passed|
|8||9||The housemates had to rehearse and put on a "Speed Panto" which involved performing a pantomime version of Jack & the Beanstalk in under 3 minutes. If they were successful, each housemate would earn the reward of giving a present worth £10 to another housemate.||A winter wonderland-themed party & gifts.||Passed|
|9||10||The housemates had to create a photo story about an event in one of their lives. They were given poster board to build their story on, a digital camera to take photos for their story, a printer to print out these photos, and markers and paper to create speech bubbles or drawing for their photo story.||None||Passed|
Note: Although the housemates failed the quilt task, as a reward for their efforts Big Brother gave them some games, alcohol, and discussion topics.
|Week 1||Week 2|
|Day 3||Day 6||Day 7||Final|
| Ineligible|| Sue|
| Ineligible|| Sue|
- With only six housemates, this season is tied with Celebrity Big Brother 1 for the record of fewest housemates across any version of the show.
|United Kingdom Seasons|
|Civilian||1 · 2 · 3 · 4 · Teen · 5 · Panto · 6 · 7 · 8 · 9 · 10 · 11 · Ultimate · 12 · 13 · 14 · 15 · 16 · 17 · 18 · 19|
|Celebrity||1 · 2 · 3 · 4 · 5 · Hijack · 6 · 7 · 8 · 9 · 10 · 11 · 12 · 13 · 14 · 15 · 16 · 17 · 18 · 19 · 20 · 21 · 22|
|Big Brother Seasons|