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English TV personality
Born: June 5, 1981, London, United Kingdom
Died: March 22, 2009, Upshire, Waltham Abbey, United Kingdom
Children: Bobby Brazier, Freddie Brazier

Spouse: Jack Tweed (m. 2009–2009)
Parents: Jackiey Budden, Andrew Robert Goody
Siblings: Brett Luckens
Buried: April 4, 2009, Epping Forest, United Kingdom

Birthday: June 5, 1981 (Gemini)
Born In: London, England, United Kingdom
British Celebrities Born In June
Also Known As: Jade Cerisa Lorraine Goody

Died At Age: 27
Spouse/Ex-: Jack Tweed
Father: Andrew Robert Goody
Mother: Jackiey Budden

Siblings: Brett Luckens
Children: Bobby Jack Brazier, Freddie Brazier
Partner: Jeff Brazier (2002–04), Ryan Amoo (2005)
Born Country: England

Reality TV Personalities British Women
Height: 5’6″ (168 cm), 5’6″ Females
Died On: March 22, 2009
Place Of Death: Upshire, Essex, England, United Kingdom

City: London, England
Cause Of Death: Cervical Cancer

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Goody had two sons during her 2002 to 2004 relationship with television presenter Jeff Brazier; Bobby, who was born in June 2003 and Freddy, who was born in September 2004.

In 2006, she began a relationship with Jack Tweed, who appeared with her on Celebrity Big Brother. In June 2007, she had a miscarriage. After allegations of Tweed’s infidelity they broke up, later reconciling.

Tweed lived with Goody and her children in Buckhurst Hill, Essex, until his imprisonment for a December 2006 assault on a 16-year-old boy.

He served four months of an 18-month sentence before his release on 27 January 2009, with electronic monitoring and a curfew.

Goody and Tweed exchanged rings on 15 February in a private, informal ceremony on the banks of the River Thames, and they married on 22 February at Down Hall country house. Goody wore a £3,500 Manuel Mota dress, a gift from Harrods owner Mohamed Al-Fayed.

The couple signed an exclusive £700,000 deal with OK! magazine for photographs of the ceremony, and Tweed was exempted from his curfew for 22 and 23 February 2009.

Jade Cerisa Lorraine Goody was an English television personality. She came to public prominence in 2002 when she appeared on the third series of the Channel 4 reality show Big Brother.

She went on to star in her own television programmes after her eviction from the show, which in turn led to her launching a variety of products under her own name.

Immediately criticised by the British press for her perceived lack of decorum and intelligence, Goody was dubbed by multiple outlets as “the most hated woman in Britain”.

The country’s celebrity magazines were less derisive, publishing reports of her affable nature and competent school performance from those who knew her.

Public opinion of Goody reached its most negative in January 2007, when she was involved in the Big Brother racism controversy while appearing as a housemate on Celebrity Big Brother 5.

Following her eviction, Goody made a number of apologies, but continued to garner negative public reactions.

In August 2008, she participated in Bigg Boss, the Indian version of Big Brother, but left the show early and returned to the UK after finding out that she had cervical cancer. By February 2009, the cancer had metastasized and she was terminally ill.

She married fellow Celebrity Big Brother contestant Jack Tweed on 22 February 2009 and died one month later, in the early hours of 22 March 2009, at age 27.

Public opinion of Goody had softened by the time of her death. Sky Living broadcast five tribute shows from 2009 to 2012, documenting her life from early childhood through her rise to fame and her final months.

The last episode of Big Brother on Channel 4 featured a 15-minute tribute to Goody, praising her as the ultimate Big Brother contestant. She was one of several people to appear on the front cover of the final edition of News of the World on 10 July 2011.