Celebrity Big Brother Eviction Prediction #3

Celebrity Big Brother Eviction Prediction #3

Celebrity Big Brother Eviction Prediction #3

Ex-Girls Aloud singer Sarah Harding has kicked off a girlband war from the relative safety of the Celebrity Big Brother house.

Speaking to Rylan Clark-Neal on the show's spin off Bit on the Side, Jordan said: "She's lovely in the day, then she has a drink then she's an absolute nightmare". Discussing everything from her relationship with American hunk Chad Johnson to her tension with Jemma.

Amid the backlash against Sarah's comments, Nicola shared a picture of herself wearing a cap emblazoned with the words: 'Women in music are dangerously underestimated'.

"She can not handle it".

The episode also features Harding revealing details about her cancelled engagement to DJ Tom Crane, who she split from in 2011 just months before they were due to marry.

Johnson says "maybe they didn't see it", as Harding heads off into the storeroom, head in hands, saying "I'm so screwed".

"They all wear next to nothing", she continued.

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Sarah shouts at her housemates
Channel 5 Sarah shouts at her housemates

"Not being amusing right but her and Chad, it's all a showmance right".

"He's using Sarah to get as far as he can".

This comes after a series of non-game-related kisses between Sarah and Chad, despite Sarah having a boyfriend outside the house.

The MTV star lost out in the public vote to Jemma Lucy, Sam Thompson and Helen Lederer.

The former Girls Aloud singer then stormed off to the toilets, lashing out at friend Amelia Lily as well as Sam and Jordan. The Girls Aloud star said she would walk if Jemma stayed in the house, but Jordan said he didn't see it that way.

"Over the last three she got much worse and I chose to spend all of my time that I wasn't working, at her house taking care of her and generally spending time with her. She's 35, she should act her age, I felt older than her". "She's supposed to be a role model".

Celebrity Big Brother continues on Channel 5 at 9pm on Wednesday.

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