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India Willoughby first to be evicted from Celebrity Big Brother 2018
14 January 2018, 12:42 | Terri Saunders
India spoke about her gender on Wednesday's episode
And the couple are set to take their blossoming romance to the next level in tonight's helping of Celebrity Big Brother, with the pair getting steamy in the bathroom.
Controversial former Celebrity Big Brother contestant India Willoughby has claimed that she was "played" during her time on the show.
Of all the potential relationships in the Celebrity Big Brother house, this one might have come as a surprise to a few people. The girls voted in a showdown that left India and Jonny up for the public vote.
After leaving the house, the 52-year-old told host Emma Willis she knew she'd be the one to get boot first from the house: "I had so much more to offer, but that's the way the cookie crumbles". Paramount in my head, as soon as I got in the house, I wanted a single bed.
However, other viewers were more supportive of the broadcaster, with another viewer tweeting: "I can't wait India". It is like a hurdles race, there are obstacles in the house. "It was just one of those things; I didn't see that it was Ann's bed". That got their hackles up a little bit. "My tactics were all over the place", she said. Maybe have some confrontations; just stir things up, cause a little bit of trouble.
She added that Shane J has been "terrific" and that they had a "lovely conversation" about gender before noting that she hopes they stay friends.
Taking to Twitter on Saturday evening, the trans broadcaster said that after watching the episodes, part of the story of her time in the house was missing. "The eye contact is consistent".
She said: "I was fatally wounded in terms of the game of Big Brother". Celebrity Big Brother returns tomorrow night at 10:30pm on Channel 5, or catch it first on 5Star at 9pm. Emma will be back next Friday at 9pm for a live DOUBLE eviction.
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