This evening, Hazel O’Sullivan became the seventh housemate to be evicted from the Big Brother house.
It was revealed earlier this week that the housemates would have a break from nominations this week… instead, their friends and family would nominate on their behalf.
Friends and Family nominations literally sent the house into meltdown, especially when Charlie’s friend nominated Hazel due to her relationship with Daley… she literally flipped her lid.
Dexter’s mum added that she didn’t trust Hazel, Gina’s boyfriend said he doesn’t think Hazel is genuine and Sophie’s nan concluded that the housemates have just become bored with her and she always tried to wriggle her way out of trouble.
She exited the house to a blanket of boo’s… not a very popular housemate.
In her exit interview with host, Emma Willis, Hazel said she heard “a few cheers” but you have to “take the good with the bad”.
“Not everybody gets to go into the house, thousands wish they could be in there. It’s bittersweet, I never thought I’d last two months” she said when asked if she was relieved at being out of the house.
“No, I don’t think I would come this far along, each week I was like ‘omg, I’ve been saved’. I’m highly competitive but more so when it comes to a childish manner” she said when Emma asked if she thought she could win.
Speaking bout when the public’s perception may have changed, Hazel hit the nail on the head by saying “I think it came down to the Daley situation?”
“For the first two weeks me and Daley didn’t speak there was nothing between us… when we chatted he came to me and said ‘we aren’t together, we split up before I came in the house’.”
Hazel said her first inkling of the relationship side of things was when he wrote “I Like You” on her hand, so she went off what he told her about him not having a girlfriend. She added that it “takes two to tango”.
She went on to say that if the shoe was on the other foot that naturally she’d be gutted, but Daley was the one that said he was the one without a girlfriend. She also admitted that she could have nipped it in the bud, but he was giving out the signals that he didn’t have a girlfriend… when she was told there was absolutely no relationship on the outside, feelings develop.
“I do. You’re stuck in a house with people 24/7. There’s not a lot to do. If there’s a bit of chemistry and there’s mixed signals, naturally things develop” she said about the relationship.
Hazel added that she genuinely liked Daley, it wasn’t an instant ‘I’m going to get this guy’. The relationship developed slowly but she can understand why people may be up in arms about her flirting with him.
She said she was “devastated” about him being kicked out of the house after his antics in the Safe House. “Things got out of hand” in the safe house and they had too much to drink, she explained.
Moving on to Gina, Hazel agreed that they’re both strong, opinionated women. She said she gave Gina a chance but she turned nasty and all she spoke about in the house was materialistic things.