Priyanka Jagga won't return to Bigg Boss 10; ends speculation with Facebook post

Priyanka Jagga, who was the first contestant to be evicted from Bigg Boss 10, created such an impact in the one week that she was in the house that there were rumours that she would make a come back on a wild card entry.

FP Staff October 27, 2016 17:04:09 IST
Priyanka Jagga won't return to Bigg Boss 10; ends speculation with Facebook post

Priyanka Jagga, who was the first contestant to be evicted from Bigg Boss 10, created such an impact in the one week that she was in the house that there were rumours that she would make a come back on a wild card entry.

The rumours were fueled by the fact that Jagga's cut outs were placed across the house in various places like the garden and the washroom.

However, the marketing professional has ended all speculations by clarifying on Facebook that she does not wish to return.

The 32-year-old was on the show only for a week and represented the Indiawale team. Jagga shot to fame when she peed in her pants to win a particular task and later made VJ Bani wash the pants for her.

She was also voted as the 'Khalnayak' of the Bigg Boss house in the first week.

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