Big Brother 2010: Ife Kuku lashes out at John James and Josie

In a press conference following her eviction last night, Ife was asked by journalists what she thinks of each of the housemates, and she was far from complimentary about John James and Josie.

Ife firstly said that she didn’t believe their will-they-won’t-they romance was “genuine”, and added that on the outside, John wouldn’t “look twice” at Josie.

She added, “Because it is Big Brother, he wants everyone to think that just because he’s good looking, doesn’t mean he won’t go for someone like her.

“If Josie was a size 6, big boobs and absolutely beautiful, he wouldn’t go for her in the house.

“He’s playing a game, thinking ‘who will the public like, what will the public think of me, they probably think I’m an arrogant tw*t’.

“So he’s looked for the biggest girl, the one who isn’t magazine conventional pretty, because then the public will think he’s a nice person…

“He comes across like, ‘I don’t care’, but he’s watched more Big Brother than I have.

“He’s very conscious of how he comes across and, to be honest, he’s just as thick as Josie is.”

And when asked what she thought of Josie, Ife said, “I don’t understand why everyone loves Josie.

“But I suppose that’s the thing with the British public, they always love the underdog.

“She’s not bright. And she tells everyone she’s not bright all the time, which is quite a stupid thing to say.

“I don’t think the public should be 100% behind someone because they’re proud of being unintelligent.

“In life we should try to be the best we can be. Why should being unintelligent be a good thing?

“I don’t think she’s intelligent enough to remember the start of a conversation when you get to the end.

“She’s a lovely girl, but she’s not someone to have a heart-to-heart with. She’s edging on the ‘poor me, poor me’ card.”

Wow! What do you think of Ife’s comments?

Lynn is an editor and writer here at Unreality TV and is a trained psychotherapist and the author of two books. She's addicted to soaps, period drama and reality TV shows such as X Factor, Big Brother, BGT and I'm A Celeb.