Thursday 22 March 2018

Big Brother Irish contestant Savannah O'Reilly booted out after 10 days

Savannah chats to Emma Willis following her eviction from the Big Brother house. PIC: Channel 5
Savannah chats to Emma Willis following her eviction from the Big Brother house. PIC: Channel 5
Savannah O'Reilly
Aoife Kelly

Aoife Kelly

Savannah O'Reilly has become the fourth housemate to be evicted from the Big Brother house.

Following Lotan Carter's removal from the house on Sunday, all 11 contestants were put up for the public vote as punishment and Dublin girl Savannah got the chop.

The 26-year-old singer, whose real name is Shauna, told presenter Emma Willis that she was "relieved" to get out as it was "much more intense" than she thought it would be.

She said Isabella was in teh right with Lotan but added that she was also "so hostile" and she found her "unreasonable at times".

Savannah O'Reilly
Savannah O'Reilly

Speaking about the divide in the house, she said, "There was a massive divide. The pot was boiling from the second we walked in there...everybody is trying to get along, but there is other stuff, like knit picking going on underneath and I don’t think it’s going to be long until there is another eruption."

Savannah has signed with manager Joe Simpson, Jessica Simpson's dad although she has yet to release any music.  She claims to be mates with Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber.

During her time in the house she mentioned she knew Bieber and when asked by the other housemates if she had slept with him, she denied it.

"I can't talk about that. That's going to go out. I've never slept with him," she told Lotan.

Now that Savannah has left Big Brother is going to add four new (or rather not so new) housemates to the mix.

Sam Chaloner, Simone Reed, Andrew Cruickshanks and Sue Evans were introduced on launch night as contenders for People's Housemate.  Tom won that, but they're now getting their chance to join the others.

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New housemates


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