Big Brother icon says bosses ‘protected’ villain with backdoor eviction

Celebrity Big Brother star Nicola McLean has revealed why she thinks Kerry Riches was given a backdoor eviction.

The former Page 3 icon spoke exclusively to the Daily Star about her thoughts on the new series. Last week, Kerry was given the boot but she didn't have a crowd waiting for him, she was instead slipped out of the backdoor.

This came after Kerry had been consistently getting the most boos from the public on slammed on social media. Could this be why BB didn't let her have a normal eviction? Nicola this may well be why…

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Nicola explained: "Yeah, so I wasn't surprised if that was the case if they wanted to protect her, as they could have been worried about that. I felt sorry for her that she didn't a proper eviction though.

"So, it wouldn't surprise me if they did do that. Because she was getting booed every time her name was called. And obviously, listen, I think that there has got to be better duty of care. But we also have to not be so woke. If you're behaving in a certain way in there and the audience is gonna boo you – that's on you. You took the opportunity to go in there, you know what it's about… Everyone deserves a decent eviction and hers got taken away."

"I'm not sad that she's gone, I always feel sorry for people getting those types of exits, unless you've done something really bad in there. Your walking in and your exit out is a massive part of the show, isn't it? It was my favourite thing about the whole experience.

"When that gets taken away, I can imagine you haven't completed the whole experience. So I do feel quite sorry for her for that. I think she'd be devastated because she's a really big fan of the show.

"I think she had really like schooled herself on it. She schooled herself wrong though. She was just too much for me, I think if she had said things to people's faces that she was saying behind their backs then she would have been a much better housemate. Yeah, you've got you've got to remember that people are watching you. So you know if you've got the balls to say it behind people's backs, just have the balls to say it to their face."

Big Brother airs Sunday to Thursday on ITV2 and ITVX at 9pm followed by Big Brother Late & Live at 10pm

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