Calum Best has become the tenth housemate to be evicted from the Celebrity Big Brother house this evening.
Unfortunately, being evicted this evening means that Calum has fallen at the very final hurdle before Friday’s grand finale, and apart from being kicked out of the house first, it must be the worst time to leave those infamous doors. However, Calum told host, Emma Willis that this time around, Big Brother has been tougher for him. It’s completely different to the first time around.
It has been a whirlwind few days as on Monday evening’s highlight’s show we saw that Jamie O’Hara became the ninth housemate to be evicted from the house in a shock back door eviction. As part of the Judgement Day task, Jamie received the least number of votes from the British public and was therefore kicked out of the house.
Following on from his eviction, it was confirmed that James Cosmo, Calum Best, Bianca Gascoigne, Coleen Nolan, Jedward, Kim Woodburn, and Nicola McLean were finalists in this year’s series of the show. The lines then opened for viewers to vote for who they want to WIN the show, with the lines freezing for the first time tonight.
In his exit interview with Emma Willis this evening, Calum said that he is “Sad” to leave the house at this stage, but everyone in the house deserves to be there.
“The first time around I hadn’t done television for years and it allowed to express certain feelings, but this time I thought I’d be ale to be a lot more open,” Calum said, but he added that he found it difficult when there were a lot of loud people in the house.
“I was sad to see her go but I could tell she was ready to go. My mum is all I really have and although you want it to be fun, instinct took over and you want her to be okay, Calum said about having his mum, Angie Best in the house.
“Jedward, bless them, they are so good in so many ways, when I am trying to sleep at 2 in the morning and they’re singing at the top of their lungs.. I had to say something,” Calum said about his argument with Jedward the other night.
He added: “They definitely defend themselves. When someone goes ot them they come back. I don’t want to give anyone grief, but I see sometimes they don’t give that respect back. To live in a happy house it has to be mutual respect all around. It didn’t work in my favour as I can tell they’re liked all around. They are smart, they are successful, and I can tell by talking to them they run a good business. When it comes to people, and respecting, I felt they lacked it a little bit”.
Now, it means the remaining housemates really will make it to the finale on Friday evening, but who will win? You decide…