One of the actor’s most memorable moments during his stint in the infamous compound included his rendition of Lionel Richie and Diana Ross’s Endless Love with Ulrika Jonsson.
Verne passed away in April 2018, with his death ruled as a suicide by alcohol poisoning by LA County Coroners.
As audiences watched Verne rehearse in the bedroom, Davina recalled: ‘Verne really struggled with this task so much. He really knew he was going to struggle.
‘There was no hissy fit, no dramas… he sat in that bed with his headphones on…’
She continued: ‘Imagine trying to learn a track from scratch! It’s quite a big thing to perform in front of everyone else when you struggle with that.’
Verne Troyer appeared in Celebrity Big Brother series six (Picture: Rex)
Viewers paid tribute to Verne as they watched the old scenes play out, with one writing: ‘Verne Troyer taking the task of learning Endless Love so seriously is still one of the sweetest things.
Verne was great, sad heâs no longer with us #BBUK
— Joseph Ross ð¬ð§ ð³ï¸âð (@jobieowen) June 17, 2020
Verne Troyer singing Endless Love on the bed is everything I wanted it to be #bbuk
— Ms Pansy (@_mspansy) June 17, 2020
— Tash (@TashMissBrit) June 17, 2020
So sad that Verne Troyer is no longer with us!! #BBUK
— Simon Casey (@Simy_78) June 17, 2020
This episode is dedicated to the late Verne Troyerð #BBUK
— ForeverBBUKLive (@foreverbbuklive) June 17, 2020
‘I developed a love for him during #CBB RIP.’
‘This episode is dedicated to the late Verne Troyer,’ added another.
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