Jonathan Cheban has ‘diva demands’ for Celebs Go Dating bosses
Jonathan Cheban reportedly has "diva demands" for his stint on ‘Celebs Go Dating’.
The 42-year-old PR guru – who is Kim Kardashian West’s best friend – is set to appear on the UK celebrity dating show, and has reportedly been irritating the show’s bosses by having "off the scale" demands including "the best suite going" in London’s five-star Mandarin Oriental Hotel, and a "private jet" to fly him home in between filming.
A source told MailOnline: "Jonathan’s diva demands have been off the scale. Production have been pulling their hair out trying to keep him satisfied.
"He’s become accustomed to a certain standard of living and has already kicked off about his accommodation while he’s filming the show.
"He wants to stay at the Mandarin Oriental in the best suite going. He’s demanded a private jet to fly him home to New York for three days because he’s homesick and misses Kim, his friends and his family.
"They just don’t know what to do with him to keep him happy!"
The news comes after it was previously reported that bosses at ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ retracted their offer to get the star to appear on their current series after similar reports of "diva demands".
Meanwhile, it was previously reported that Kris Jenner had "kicked off" at Jonathan for signing up to the show as it means he won’t be in Los Angeles filming for ‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians’.
An insider said previously: "Kris and the show’s producers have kicked off because Jonathan has refused to fly back to Los Angeles, as well as missing Kim’s big Dubai trip.
"Jonathan staying in London really throws ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’ production into a spin because they need continuity throughout the show. They went him to go back to LA, but he’s in London filming a couple of TV shows and is refusing to budge."
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