The Daily Telegraph's Story
The Daily Telegraph said:
It's understood producers have stitched up a deal with Worthington's agent Max Markson to have the suburban bogan raise hell as an intruder, ahead of announcing the inclusion of loud-mouth nanna Terri last night.
Said to be "passionate and political and frustrated with the younger generation", right-winger Terri will be the oldest person ever to take part in the round-the-clock reality incubator - the predictable antidote to Worthington.
In case that's not enough to prompt a please explain, Worthington is understood to have been instructed to be his "obnoxious self" when he makes an appearance on the show.
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Producers are believed to have contacted the sunnies-wearing brat the day after his headline-making party parachuted him into the pop culture stratosphere.
While the plan was meant to be kept secret, spies say Worthington - at 17 too young to be a contestant - will be sent into the house with the directive to 'stir things up a bit'.
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A Channel 10 spokeswoman wouldn't confirm Worthington's gatecrash, only saying there was always rumour and speculation about who was entering the house - as did Markson.
"We had talks and there has been speculation," Markson said. "This is rumour and nothing more."