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Thursday 31 July 2014

Hazel O'Sullivan parties all night after her Big Brother eviction

Kirsty Blake Knox

Published 12/08/2013|09:45

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Hazel O'Sullivan becomes the seventh housemate to be evicted from the Big Brother house at Elstree Studios
Hazel O'Sullivan becomes the seventh housemate to be evicted from the Big Brother house at Elstree Studios
Hazel O'Sullivan attends part 2 of the launch of Big Brother: Secrets & Lies
Hazel O'Sullivan attends part 2 of the launch of Big Brother: Secrets & Lies

HAZEL O'Sullivan was kicked out of the Big Brother house after an eventful stay that featured flirting, rows and a major fight with boxer Daley Ojuederie.

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The sultry model was the seventh person to leave the house on Friday and was met with a chorus of boos.

Hazel divided viewers when she was inside the house; she was labelled a victim, a home-wrecker and a snake.

She was one of the most controversial members in the BB house. Her final interview with host Emma Willis focused heavily on her flirting and fighting with boxer Daley.

Daley was evicted last month after he pinned Hazel to a bed and told her to "watch herself" or he would "nut her".

Despite this Hazel said she was gutted when he left. "I was devastated when he was removed. I didn't want that. It got out of hand.

"He is a good-looking guy but I am no home-wrecker. We didn't have sex. We didn't even kiss. I know most of the blame has been with me but I was given mixed signals."

But the Wexford native is determined to make the most of her time and has been living it up in London.

"The night she was evicted Hazel was determined to have a good time with some of her pals -- she was back in the BB studio the next morning and had only managed to get 20 minutes sleep," a source told the Herald.

 

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