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The reality of New Year's resolutions as told by Celebrity Big Brother

New year, new dawn, new you. As we chime in 2016 and begin our yearly quest of self improvement, it always helps to have a little reality check along the way. 

While we're dreaming of being rich, loved up and in tip-top physical shape by the time Feburary arrives, things don't always pan out perfectly. Keep reading to see if you can relate...

Get in shape

Expectation:

Reality:

Gary Busey

Signing up for a six-week fitness bootcamp seemed like such a good idea at the time, but when you realise it's actually still freezing outside, all of those good intentions fade. Ordering a takeaway and snuggling up on the sofa with another episode of Celebrity Big Brother sounds like a much more appealing activity right now. Don't worry, you can always start again in 2017.

Find love
 
Expectation:
 

 
Reality:
 
janice comfy
 

One day your prince (or princess) will come, we promise. It may not happen as the clock strikes midnight on December 31, but we're sure your soulmate is out there somewhere... right? Until then, you can always hold your own hand.

Make new friends

Expectation:

Kavana and Katie Price

Reality:

Visions of you and your new BFF skipping through town arm in arm almost makes the thought of living through another year bearable. That's until your realise you loathe the company of most other people and would rather be left alone. Forever.

Relax more

Expectation:

James and Austin

Reality:

Keith Chegwin Celebrity Big Brother

A good old 99p face mask is sure to have you feeling Zen in no time. That's until you have to return to work after the Christmas break and the 6am wake up call has you feeling and looking knackered in a mere matter of days.

Learn a new hobby

Expectation:

Reality:

Daniel

The new fearless you wants to give anything a go, whether it's a tap dancing class or 10k mud run. In your head you'll master your new vocation from the get-go - cue endless compliments from your instructor - but in reality you'll leave your first session with a sprained ankle, black eye and an overwhelming sense of shame. Ouch.