Jen Gets Challenged Over 'Picturegate' On BBBM
Talking on 'Big Brother's Big Mouth' last night shortly after
she was evicted, Jen was confronted by not only the Host,
but a studio guest and a member of the audience over
the Fight Night II ruckus of Day 22.
When asked by host Nick Grimshaw whether she thought she
might be the one getting the boot tonight, Jen answered, "I
kind-of thought it would be me; I'm a bit opinionated".
But when studio guest Boyd Hilton from Heat magazine was
asked the same question, the journo said bluntly, "Hell,
yeah. It had to be Jennie". Boyd then told the 3rd Evictee
that she came across as manipulative and whiney.
When challenged over the whole Picturegate thing –
the fact that it got blown-up out-of all proportion and Dennis
was removed from the game – Jen said, "It's no
way acceptable for anyone to spit on anyone... but there was
so much going on".
Not really a proper answer, so again she was challenged over
the fact that her 'gang' seemed to be able to say what they
wanted, but attacked others when they did or said something
they didn't like.
So, still referring to the portrait smudging incident, Jen
waffled-on about how Rex apologised and she accepted his apology,
but then Dale got involved, Rex said he wouldn't leave the
room, it escalated when Stuart got involved and ended-up with
Mohamed getting spat on. Erm, yes we know all that, thanks.
"There was so much going-on in that moment," said
Jen in defence of, presumably, her whole clique.
But, determined not to let the matter go as easily as Davina
did during her interview (ahem), an audience member asked
Jen if she regretted causing such a fuss and whether she thought
it was the reason the public evicted her.
"That obviously seems to be the case, but we'd all had
a lot to drink," conceded the part-time model, before
adding, "(I) look back and think: 'What was I doing?
It was ridiculous'".
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