Celebrity Big Brother 2013: Paula Hamilton ‘previously failed show’s psychological test’

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Celebrity Big Brother housemate Paula Hamilton allegedly once failed a psychological test for a previous series of the show.

All contestants are required to past a number of tests to ensure they are able to cope with living in the house and the tensions that arise during their stay.

However, psychologist Jo Hemmings, who worked on the programme when it was shown on Channel 4, took to Twitter on Thursday night to voice her concerns about model Paula taking part.

She wrote: “Paula Hamilton – because sending an alcoholic who failed her C4 psych tests three years ago is SUCH a good idea…

“At the risk of sounding like a killjoy, it’s a seriously irresponsible decision…”

And after seeing Paula sent down to the Celebrity Big Brother basement where half the contestants are living in squalor, Jo’s concerns grew.

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She tweeted: “Paula Hamilton in basement? I was going to give her 48 hours in the house, pre meltdown. Much less now. She shouldn’t be there at all!”

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

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4 Responses to “Celebrity Big Brother 2013: Paula Hamilton ‘previously failed show’s psychological test’”

  1. Natalie says:

    get her out what a drama queen

    • MARIE says:

      YOU ARE RIGHT DRAMA QUEEN BIG TIME I DON’T THINK SHE WAS ILL AT ALL IT WAS ALL PUT ON TO GET OUT OF THE BASEMENT. I SAW RIGHT THROUGH HER. GET HER OUT .

  2. XFF says:

    I know nothing about Paula Hamilton and don’t even watch Celeb BB but should this Jo Hemmings woman be revealing details on Twitter about psychological evaluations she has previously conducted? Strikes me as highly unprofessional.

  3. Lauren Johnson says:

    XFF makes a valid point. However, quite objectively Paula seems edgy and fragile and possibly unsuited to the whole thing. She looked lost when reallocated to the main house
    having bonded with her basement crew. I doubt she will last too long with voters as she, along with Miss Banghard, irritate easily, i.e. repeated prostestations of ‘love’ towards colleagues of very brief acquaintance during the required nominations seemed excessive.
    It’s getting more interesting now though with the Americans in the main mix – personally I didn’t see the need for the basement plot – it’s the interaction between all the diverse and squashed-up inmates that provides the addictive viewing – which the separation is delaying.

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