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Celebrity Big Brother 2017 Finale date confirmed!

11 August 2017, 05:00 | Regina Holmes

Celebrity Big Brother Fans praised Amelia's performance of the Girls Aloud hit

Amelia Lily performs The Promise

Paul Danan and Jemma Lucy accused the singer of acting drunk during a task while Brandi Glanville claimed Sarah wasn't "stable enough for this environment".

Whilst you're here, check out what happened when Sarah and Jemma locked horns in a bitter argument recently.

Asked about the reports, she said: "Why don't you ask Cheryl?"

Sarah explained that she thinks there are three groups in the house and classes herself as falling in the "in-between" group who aren't used to "being around loads of people for a while".

It was then that the argument between the twosome started to escalate, leading Jordan, 25, to interrupt them angrily: "Jesus Christ, no one's letting me talk!" Feeling he was not being heard, Jordan stormed off, leaving the two to trade cutting, expletive-ridden insults.

The deeply depressing melodrama in the Celebrity Big Brother house continues, and it seems as if former Girls Aloud member Sarah Harding may be ready to call it quits after only eight days following a flaming row with professional reality TV star Jemma Lucy. You're so f**king negative, right?




Breaking down in tears again, Sarah said: "Why am I doing this?"

"I really like Sarah a lot". CBB 20's launch night pulled in just 1.8m viewers, which is nothing compared the 2.43 million people who tuned into the Love Island final on ITV2. "You're two-faced, you're a two-faced little b***h".

During her post-fight analysis in the diary room, Sarah went on to suggest that her housemates felt "threatened" by her fanbase.

However, Jemma stood up in defense of the Made in Chelsea star by saying she's not offended by the actions, which happened when Sam walked into her bedroom.

"At least I don't s**g on TV for a living", the musician told her.



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