Go Toora loora toora loo rye aye – Come on Aisleyne – don’t be shy!

Who’d have thought Big Brother contestant Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace would prove to be camera shy?

Who’d have thought Big Brother contestant Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace would prove to be camera shy?

But it seems that the promotions girl – who spends most of her time in the house parading around in very few clothes – was keeping out of the limelight at her most recent gig, in the slightly less glamorous environs of the Sainsbury’s car park at Whitechapel.

The part-time model, who works for experiential agency Carbon Marketing, was there with the Dole Food Company on May 20, just a few days before she joined Grace, Richard et al in the Big Brother house.

Yes, Aisleyne’s last job on civvy street, before her 15 minutes of fame began, was as a Dole brand ambassador, distributing the company’s new Fruit Parfait desserts and handing out leaflets.

Sadly, she went AWOL when the cameras arrived – and according to some reports that’s not the first time it’s happened – but we do have some pictures from the day. If, on the other hand, you fancy an eyeful of the Big Brother contestant, there are plenty of pictures available on the internet.

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