Baby born in Dutch Big Brother

10/18/2005 at 04:22 PM ET

TanjaHow far will this Reality TV go ?!
Contestant on the Dutch Big Brother Reality TV Show Tanja, gave birth today in the house to a little girl named Joscelyn Savanna.
The 27-yr-old mom was already 7 months pregnant when she entered the game. She gave birth in a special room.

I must admit that I’m pretty shocked to hear that. What’s the next step ??

Read more here and here

Source: The Australian via  my friend Brian

Update: The baby was named after Joss Stone, whose real name is Joscelyn.
Here’s the sweet little girl.

Josc


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Alyson on

I have no clue who this girl is but aww…I love the name Joslyn, even though she spelled it differently.

Sarah CBB Editor on

Is she a single mom? I can’t imagine that the baby’s father would be gung-ho about her living so sequested and having his kid there! This whole thing is crazy to me, lol.

Kellie Sullivan-Herring on

It’s not that uncommon for the dutch to have their children out of a hospital. The have a pretty high rate of homebirths so on that note, the birth isn’t strange to me. BUT, it being on reality tv and part of a show is def. different.

FC on

That’s a different way to have a baby. Anyway, the Joscelyn is beautiful. ♥

Melissa on

Beautiful baby and beautiful name. I hadn’t heard anything about this reality birth scenario. If the baby grows up to be as beautiful as Joss Stone (who is an absolute doll), she’ll be a knockout!

Jennie on

If I remember right, she broke up with the baby’s father before she entered the house, so I’m not sure what he thought of the idea. Nonetheless, a beautiful name for a beautiful baby…best of luck to them both!

emmer on

Im from Holland and I dont watch Big Brother but I think almost everyone in Holland knows about the pregnant woman in the house. And we also know that she smoked (almost) the whole pregnancy!
I heared that a lot of pregnant women wanted to go in the house.
But the baby girl is very cute..
I wish them both the best!

ohmymuffin on

I hope she had a great birth. The majority of the world has their birth’s at home, and many have better infant mortality rates than us. Scandinavian countries have nearly all their low risk births at home and have the lowest infant/maternal mortality rates in the world. Sweden is second lowest in the world with 2.77 per 1000 births compared to the US 36th place with 6.63 per 1000.

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