Big Brother’s Trish breaks her silence as she thanks fans for ‘overwhelming love’ after eviction – as viewers rage over her exit amid ‘fix’ claims
Big Brother’s Trish broke her silence on Saturday as she thanked her fans for their ‘overwhelming love’ following her eviction.
The fan favorite, 33, was evicted from the house on Friday night in a shocking double elimination that left viewers furious as they claimed the show had been ‘fixed’.
Chanelle was the first contestant to leave during the episode before Trish was also evicted, despite the crowd outside the house chanting ‘Trish to win’.
After her departure, she posted a message to her fans on X/Twitter thanking them.
Trish wrote: “Guys your overwhelming love is humbling, I love you all so much. Thank you for standing up for me and being my voice.”
Heading home: Big Brother’s Trish, 33, broke her silence on Saturday as she thanked her fans for their ‘overwhelming love’ following her eviction
About: The fan favorite, 33, was evicted from the house on Friday night in a shocking double elimination that left viewers furious as they claimed the show was ‘fixed’
Big Brother has been embroiled in a row after fan favorite Trish was evicted.
Chanelle was the first housemate to be evicted after receiving the most votes to be evicted by the public.
The 29-year-old admitted she felt ‘excited’ to be out of the house after being greeted with boos during her eviction.
Speaking on spin-off show Late & Live, she said: ‘I was ready to leave. Honestly, the boredom, the drama, how it’s all magnified. I can’t imagine what’s going on with that booing.’
In one of the most shocking moments of the series so far, Trish was then sent packing.
The other housemates looked shocked for a moment when her name was called, but she was greeted with cheers from the crowd.
Outraged viewers took to X/Twitter to express their shock at Trish’s eviction, after she had already survived the last two evictions.
One viewer said: ‘I hope Trish will tweet when she gets her phone back. This was a solution.’
Praise: After her departure, she posted a message to her fans on X/Twitter thanking them
Sent Home: Chanelle was the first contestant to leave during the episode before Trish was also evicted despite the crowd outside the house chanting ‘Trish to win’
Surprise: Big Brother has become embroiled in a row after fan favorite Trish was evicted
Stunned: In one of the most shocking moments of the series so far, Trish went home despite the crowd outside the house chanting ‘Trish to win’
Another wrote: ‘WHAT A FIX?!? TRISH WAS THE BEST???????? FUMIN’, while a third added: ‘Absolute travesty, pure solution. It has to be like this. She was a clear winner.”
A fourth wrote: ‘Wait a minute. Trish gets the loudest cheers and is favorite to win, but is then evicted. We need var about this, because they are not correct.’
A fifth added: ‘HOW IS IT BORING TOM THERE STILL QUEEN TRISH GOES? No. Sick.’
Trish admitted she was surprised she had walked out, but did think her previous nominations could have played a role.
Speaking on Late & Live she said: ‘I’m still a bit shocked. At the same time, part of me thought: this is my third nomination.’
Trish also talked about some disagreements she had at home, especially with Chanelle, Jenkin, Tom and Olivia’s group.
She said: ‘I felt there was a lot of micro-aggressions and judgement. It was pretty constant. Before Chanelle, it was someone else.
When asked if she ever expected an apology from Chanelle after the disagreements they had, Trish said, “I started to understand that with Chanelle, Tom and Jenkin, they had lost so many people.
‘When I spoke to Olivia she was so genuine, there was a lot of reflection. With Chanelle it was like mmm, no. I don’t really feel the sincerity.’
It comes after the announcement that Celebrity Big Brother will return to TV screens in 2024 following the success of the civilian series.
The celebrities leave the luxury behind and take part in weekly nominations and tough tasks with cameras capturing their every move.
Like its sister show, Celebrity Big Brother is followed every night by Celebrity Big Brother: Late & Live, giving viewers an extra hour of exclusive content.
Late & Live will once again be the only place to watch the first live interview of the famous exiles, alongside a range of unmissable exclusive features including CCTV access, special guest commentary and debate.
‘Solved’: Outraged viewers took to X/Twitter to express their shock at Trish’s eviction after she had already survived the last two evictions
Incredibly, the other housemates looked shocked for a moment when Trish’s name was called, but she was greeted with cheers from the audience
The Celebrity Big Brother: Live Stream also returns to screens, airing seven nights a week on ITVX and STV Player, allowing fans to watch live footage into the early hours after Celebrity Big Brother: Late & Live.
Speaking about the show’s return, Paul Mortimer, Director of Reality Commissioning & Acquisitions and Controller of ITV2 and ITVBe, said: ‘The reception from our viewers to the return of Big Brother has been fantastic.
‘We’re therefore delighted to announce that we will be bringing our very own celebrity edition to ITV1 and ITVX next year.
‘Casting is underway to find a new crop of famous faces who are sure to deliver even more iconic and unmissable BB moments.’
BIG BROTHER 2023: MEET THE PARTICIPANTS!
HOW WOULD YOUR FRIENDS DESCRIBE YOU? “Loud and messy, and probably annoying.”
WHAT IS IT LIKELY NOMINATED FOR? “I think I could possibly offend some people. My mouth moves faster than my brain.”
PROFESSION: Stay-at-home mom
WHAT WOULD YOU DO WITH THE PRIZE MONEY IF YOU WON? ‘I think my first priority is to get my living situation in order. The housing crisis is just ridiculous and my housing situation is unstable. It brings me a lot of mom guilt because I have a young child. It is my biggest drive and motivation to win.”
WHAT IS IT LIKELY NOMINATED FOR? “Being grumpy and acting like I don’t want to be there, even though in my heart I do. They could nominate me because I might not be involved or because I don’t pay equal attention to everyone. They may feel left out, but there’s nothing I can do about that.’
WHAT MADE YOU APPLY TO BECOME A BIG BROTHER ROOMMATE? ‘I like challenges. I’ve had so many great times in my life, like going to Miss Universe as Miss Great Britain. I like doing something different and I think this is the next challenge I want to overcome. I want to show people what pageant girls are really like and debunk many stereotypes surrounding them. I also show what it’s like to be a woman who has worked in male-dominated industries. I want to show that women can do anything they want.’
PROFESSION: Customer-service employee
What part of the experience are you most looking forward to? “I’m most excited to be surrounded by so many people from different walks of life. I don’t think I’ll ever live in a house with so many different types of people again. I’m from China and I think it will help me become more immersed in British culture.’
PROFESSION: Dental therapist
WHAT ARE YOU LIKELY TO BE NOMINATED FOR? ‘Probably just because it’s annoying. In Wales we have the saying: “I do it this way now.” So if I were going to make dinner and leave a plate aside, I have every good intention of washing it, but I’d say, “I’ll do it now in a minute,” and it could be three. hours later before I do it. So probably for crazy stuff like that.”
BY: Isle of Man
HOW WOULD YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY DESCRIBE YOU? “They would say I’m a lucky person, or someone who really wants to experience life to the fullest and do everything it has to offer. Someone who is kind and fun and doesn’t take life too seriously.’
PROFESSION: Food writer
HOW WOULD YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY DESCRIBE YOU? ‘I think they would say I’m very sociable and talkative. I mean, I’ll be honest, my parents would definitely say I’m a bit of a snob, but I take it as a compliment. I think it means you have high standards and good taste. They would say I was a very strange child.’
WHAT IS IT LIKELY NOMINATED FOR? “I think when people are in that hangry state, I turn people on and grind their gears. I think they will nominate me because I am outspoken, and because of my brutal honesty and over-sharing of opinions.”