It’s been less than a week since Celebrity Big Brother 2015 started and we’ve already seen Jeremy Jackson and Ken Morley kicked out, along with enough arguments to last us an entire year.
But the dramz didn’t stop with Ken’s eviction last night, as Perez Hilton also landed himself in hot water after using what BB deemed to ‘threatening remarks’ towards the former Coronation Street actor.
If that wasn’t enough, he also accused Patsy Kensit of using racially offensive comments in a discussion about Alexander O’Neal.
Will the drama EVER end?!
36-year-old Perez’s problems started when he spoke to Ken about the offensive comments he’s been making in the house (before thankfully getting kicked out, of course).
He told the former Corrie actor that if he was Ken, he would “feel afraid” for his safety when he left the house, before getting called to the Diary Room for a chat.
Big Brother then gave him a warning, as they explained that his comments towards Ken could be perceived as threatening and potentially offensive.
It’s all kicking off!
Perez was also at the centre of more drama on last night’s show as he accused Patsy Kensit of using racially offensive language as they talked about fellow housemate Alexander O’Neal.
In their discussion, Patsy told Perez that she loves him and wants him to take her to Crenshaw, LA.
Perez was seemingly not happy about her admissions, explaining that some people “might take a little offence” to her comments as there’s connotations that Alexander could take her ‘to the hood.’
He explained: “In America, saying something like that can be very racially sensitive. Some people might interpret your representation of Crenshaw as ‘the hood’ [...] some people would be offended by that.
“In America, racism is such an issue still. It really is a big deal. If you were going to be in America, or go to America, maybe don’t repeat that.”
The actress was visibly distraught at the possibility of her comments coming across as racially offensive, crying as she told BB that the situation was her “worst nightmare.”
She admitted: “It would really break my heart [if people took offence to my comments].”
Luckily, Patsy managed to have a chat with Alexander himself later in the show, where he reassured her that he believed she hadn’t said anything wrong.
We’re exhausted from all this drama!
Last night also saw the eviction of Ken Morley after he used more racist language in a discussion about Frank Bruno.
Ken was talking to Keith Chegwin about the boxing legend’s tendency to play his music loud in his dressing room, explaining that he used to shout: “Hello, Lord Fauntleroy here — turn down your n*gro rhythms.”
Morley had already received a warning after he called Alexander O’Neal the offensive word, but was this time immediately called to the diary room and told to leave the house.
Big Brother explained: “Today in a conversation with Keith you again used unacceptable language regarding race.
“You have also made offensive remarks about nationality and descent in a conversation with Patsy and have continued to make offensive comments towards women. Big Brother is left with no other option but to remove you from the house.”
As much as we LOVE watching BB for all the drama, we’re already knackered and it hasn’t even been a week yet! Can we have a couple of days of peace please?!
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