Saira Khan evicted from Celebrity Big Brother

Sarah Harding turned down CBB

STEPHEN Bear has done nothing but wind people up so far on Celebrity Big Brother.

"Bear, Heavy D, Lewis, Saira".

"For me, there were times where I thought I was being two-faced, times when I thought I was alright".

The Loose Women star told Emma: "I am an opinionated person but it does come from a good place". I was absolutely petrified today but it's so good to see normal people and it's great to see you.

And it evaporated", while a third added: "So what did Bear pass to Saira as she left the house?

Bovey's eviction came hours after pantomime veteran Christopher Biggins was removed for making a Holocaust "joke" aimed at a Jewish housemate.

Sarah Harding
ITV Sarah Harding claims she rejected the chance to appear on Celebrity Big Brother

She has been one of the more outspoken characters in the house as she looked to analyse and pick apart the personalities of those in the house, becoming a divisive housemate in the process. We're on a show and it's all about strong personalities and I wanted to make my mark.

Discussing her fiery relationship with Bear, Saira declared, "He's a prankster, he's a young lad having fun". If you give him more attention, he just gets worse'.

She also gave her verdict on the romance between Bloor and Simpson, saying: "It's been 12 days. I think a lot of people are sitting on the fence". I have an opinion and find it hard when people don't.

Not only that, but over the next three days housemates will be playing a high-risk game of chance, and they get to decide whether to play for the benefit of the rest of the house, or for personal reward. "They say it's genuine and all I can do is respect that".

"Celebrity Big Brother house, this is Emma".

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