Chanelle Packs Her Suitcase And Leaves
In light of her 3am conversation with Ziggy, at around 12.30pm
today Chanelle shattered the Sunday peace by packing her suitcase
and declaring that she was off home.
"I'm going home. I do want to go home,"
stated the Wakefield girl, who was quickly surrounded by Gerry
and the Twins, the latter pair in absolute tears. "How
can you do this to us?" asked a stressed-out Gerry.
And it wouldn't be long before the history expert was in
tears too, pleading for all he was worth for Chanelle to stay.
Chanelle then went to the Halfway House door and told Kara-Louise,
the only newbie she hadn't yet met, "If I don't meet
you Kara, it's really nice to meet you through a door".
She then shouted to David that she wanted him to make it into
the main BB House.
Meanwhile, poor old Shanessa was stuck with just Carole and
Tracey for company, as Brian joined Gerry and the Twins in
trying to convince the 19-year-old to stay.
Liam and Ziggy sat out in the garden, the latter telling
his peer that he felt 'mugged off' by the recent violin incident,
and saying of his supposed girlfriend in anticipation of her
leaving, "She kind-of played on things and tried to make
me feel awkward at times".
And non-fan Liam just added fuel to the fire by saying that
Chanelle only wanted to participate in tasks if she looked
good, which is not what they're all about.
Back inside, a whimpering Gerry wore himself out trying to
convince Chanelle not to go, while a concerned Brian told
her, "You can't leave us," before pointing-out that
her nemesis Charley had now gone. However, in response a miserable
Chanelle stated that both Carole and Zach hate her now.
The Twins continued to whimper and blub, and a distraught
Gerry didn't know what to do with himself. But, having had
a go at changing her mind, Brian noted that it wasn't the
first time Chanelle had said she wantsto go, meaning she was
obviously serious this time.
After lots of badgering and several buckets of tears later,
at around 3pm Chanelle said an emotional goodbye to her peers.
"You have got to have your freedom," cried Gerry
as his pal said farewell to everyone in turn.
And as the Wakefield student finally headed towards the Diary
Room one last time, Chanelle turned and said, "It's not
a goodbye, it's a see you later..."
...which was incredibly apt, because within a matter minutes
she had walked back in!
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