We haven’t even made it through a whole week of Celebrity Big Brother 2015 yet and already there’s been enough arguments to last us a year. From Jeremy Jackson and Chloe Goodman’s boob-exposing incident to Ken Morley‘s DISGUSTING comments, we’re exhausted.
And last night’s Ken caused more outrage as he went on a horrible rant against what he calls “boring political correctness,” after already angering housemates as he claimed to be “too drunk” to remember his offensive comments from the night before.
We’re not sure we’re going to be able to cope with the rest of the series at this rate!
The 71-year-old actor caused outrage amongst viewers when he entered the diary room to discuss his experience so far, telling Big Brother that his wife had warned him not to “use any foul language” and to not “upset anyone” whilst in the house.
Errr, after racist and sexist remarks he’s been making, we think it’s safe to say he failed at keeping those rules, eh? Even if he does think he’s done “very well” at being nice and friendly.
He added: “I hope my wife isn’t watching, you have no idea of the pain that will be inflicted on me.”
He then tried to convince BB (and us viewers): “You’ll never get a wicked word out of me again. I shall be the epitome of good behaviour. Just watch, you’ll get nothing from me,” before apologising for his previous night’s behaviour.
Well, let’s use apologise in the loosest way possible, yeah?
He said: “I said sorry I used the word arse, because it was a shock. Foul language like that in public I mean, you know, it’ll shatter the nation that you know.
“When I’m confronted by a certain irrationality and preciousness, I feel I have to say something.
“I’m particularly cheesed off with this boring boring political correctness that’s arrived all of a sudden, like a latter day Victorian-ism. Enough’s enough.”
WORST APOLOGY EVER.
He wasn’t *quite* done though, seemingly mocking Chloe Goodman’s reaction to the Jeremy Jackson incident, saying: “You know, ‘oh, oh, you touched my arm’.”
Errrr, what happened to that whole ‘epitome of good behaviour’ thing, Ken?
His comments did not go down well on social media, with one user commenting: “Ken Morley, did you think by being obnoxious and very rude you would win viewer votes?”
Ken wasn’t done with his controversial comments though, as he also claimed to not remember any of the foul, offensive and disturbing comments he made in Saturday night’s show – all because he was seemingly ‘too drunk.’
He didn’t quite manage to pull the rug over all the housemates’ eyes though, as Michelle Visage argued that he was just “embarrassed” with what he said, and that his excuse was “an easy way out.”
It’s not exactly been the most jolly of CBBs so far, and we’re just bracing ourselves for whatever disgusting comments Ken will come out with next.
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