1st Out the CBB House!

This year’s set of celebrities have only been in the house eight days but already the first housemate has been evicted!

Mob Wives star Marissa Jade was the first contestant to lose her place in the house after receiving the lowest votes from the public and it’s fair to say she wasn’t very happy about it. Walking out of the famous CBB house with a face like a smacked arse Marissa told show host Emma Willis “I don’t think I have enough support out here. I felt like I was underdog since the second I came in. The other members in the house were definitely more known than I was.”

Marissa made a big impression with sleazy ladies’ man Jordan Davies with the pair getting close on a number of occasions. When Emma interrogated the Mob Wives star about what was going on with the former Ex on the Beach star Marissa said, “He was fun. I wasn’t really taking his actions seriously. I didn’t really know how he felt up until yesterday.” She then shocked the crowd by admitting she will see Jordan when he gets out of the house. She added, “I’m definitely going to see him on the outside. He’s amazing. He’s a good soul. He’s very animated, he’s full of life. But I love that about him. He’s well-rounded.”

Marissa faced the first public vote of the series against Girls Aloud star Sarah, Trisha, Karthik and Chad. Marissa was given the killer nomination earlier in the week by former EastEnders actor Shaun, meaning she was immediately put up for eviction.

Marissa may be the first out but with tensions rising between Jemma, Paul and Sarah the drama is only just beginning!

Source: Channel 5 

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