Marc O'Neill in foul mouthed rant after Big Brother eviction: 'I'm a p***k'
Big Brother's last remaining Irish contestant has been evicted from the house.
The 29-year-old university student/stripper was unsurprisingly evicted from the house after pushing many of his housemates to the brink with his "honest" nature.
The former Tallafornia star took it in his stride and walked proudly as he exited the house, telling host Emma Willis he was "bored out of my t***" in recent days.
"I'm happy I'm gone, it's the best time for me to go and it'll be a happy house for them," he told Willis.
"I was rubbing people the wrong way constantly and it's hard being on your own. I'm surprised the rest of them didn't nominate me as well because I kind of deserved it."
When he was shown clips of his most outrageous moments during the show, he laughed: "I'm a pr**k, I'm a c**t. I'm a very bad person."
"Sometimes I said the wrong thing and afterwards, I'd bite my lip...it's verbal diarrhoea really."
While he faced chants of viewers calling him "boring", Marc responded: "At least I’m getting paid for it you di**head.
He hugged his mother as soon as the interview wrapped and thanked Emma
Earlier in the night, BB veteran Aisleyne Horgan Wallace checked herself out of the Big Brother hotel after returning as a "legend".