Chloe Khan 'surprised by own actions in CBB house'
Published 15/08/2016 | 14:06
Evicted Celebrity Big Brother contestant Chloe Khan has admitted she was surprised by her own actions in the house as she defended herself in a TV interview.
Khan, who received the boot from the show on Friday, faced a grilling from hosts Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford on ITV's This Morning about her romance with Stephen Bear and some of her risque behaviour on the reality show.
She told the pair: " When I first went in there I was doing fine and the Bear thing changed how I was coming across, I had to make a decision between being happy in there and being miserable."
She added: " I was a million per cent sure I wasn't going in to look for anything, I was surprised in myself."
Holmes raised doubts about the relationship, telling her: " He's a controller and you fell for it, he controlled you. Are you telling us this will last outside of the house?"
Khan responded: " He asked me to wait for him and he said if he went he would wait for me and we said we would go away for a few days when he gets out."
Holmes also questioned her about her late night antics with Bear, The Only Way Is Essex's Lewis Bloor and Geordie Shore star Marnie Simpson, telling her he referred to the quartet as " The Feral Four".
He also raised questions about a scene in which she retreated behind a closed door with Bear and audible moaning sounds could be heard.
Khan said: " We honestly didn't do as much as people think, in fact a lot less. It's a shame it was behind a closed door and you couldn't see."
Langsford asked Khan if she considered her family and her young daughter when she was on the show, but Khan said she viewed her appearance as more of a working engagement than something related to her family.
She said: " When you're in there for a while you forget the cameras are there, it's like being a big party, it's not like being in a homely environment.
"Because I've done Playboy and glamour (modelling), I'm good at keeping my home life and my work life very separate and I think I saw Big Brother more as a job than family life."
She added: " My family will see it but my little girl is young, this programme is for grown-ups."
Facing questions about the topless pole dance she performed on the show, Khan said: " We all did a pole dance that night and mine was the only mine got shown."
When Holmes told her: "Y ou were the only ones that took your clothes off," she responded: " People have actually been a lot more fully nude in the house and haven't got the flak for it. You see a really small section of what happens."
:: Celebrity Big Brother is on Channel 5 at 9pm.