It has been almost two weeks since Bolton’s David Potts was crowned the winner of this year’s Celebrity Big Brother, and the star continues to gain support from fans, as well as businesses.

Taking to Instagram last week, David, from Little Lever,  thanked all the people who made it possible for him to be crowned the winner.

He said: “Slayed my way to the crown.

“I cannot believe it’s been a week since me and THE LEGS left the most iconic house a bloody winner!

“Honestly all of your support means the absolute world to me. The fact I was completely myself and you guys loved me for that means so much.


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“I know I’m VERY loud and can be annoying, but I stayed true to myself and that’s all I wanted to do!

I had the most amazing time in the CBB house and met some phenomenal people!

“Massive thank you to everyone @itv and @bbuk you guys are the best!

“I cannot wait for you guys to see what I’m up too next.

“All my love SLAY-VID.
“And remember to always… SLAY THE DAY!!”

And now, Nuffield Health is amongst those continuing to support David - both for winning the show and winning at his weight loss journey.

@davidpottsx U N S T O P P A B L E 💪🏻 Before I start no these weren’t filmed on a LG Cookie 🤣 Really loving incorporating weights into my workouts. These are different upper body exercises I’ve been doing with to try and strengthen my upper body and shrink my tiddies 🙏🏻 I’m doing these alongside my PT sessions and classes which I absolutely LOVE thanks to @Nuffield Health Bolton 🤍 SLAY HUNS SLAY 💪🏻 #fyp #weightloss #gym ♬ Unstoppable (I put my armor on, show you how strong I am) - Sia

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Before heading into the house David complimented Nuffield Health in Bolton in a range of Instagram and TikTok posts, stating he had lost a total of three stone, with the star hoping to lose another seven stone in the future.

He said: “Another stone bites the dust officially 3 stone down ahhhhh! Just another 7 to go. SLAY!

“For a few weeks I’ve been 2lbs off and it’s not been shifting, but it’s GONE! The journey continues huns. BIG shoutout to @nuffieldhealth_bolton for providing amazing classes and even better instructors.

“For everyone wanting to know how I’ve done it. I’m no dietitian or PT, but I try and go to the gym 6 days a week and eat 1700 calories!

“Then one day I do zero exercise and eat whatever the F I want! It seems to be working for me.”

Speaking about David’s journey, a spokesperson from Nuffield Health said they hope David’s journey inspires others.

They said: “It's always inspiring to see how our services are positively impacting the health and wellbeing of our members.

“We hope David's journey encourages others to move more to reap the physical and mental health benefits it brings.”

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