Samantha and Danica evicted from Celebrity Big Brother
Samantha Brick and Danica Thrall have become the fourth and fifth housemates evicted from 'Celebrity Big Brother' tonight (31.08.12).
Samantha Brick and Danica Thrall have been evicted from 'Celebrity Big Brother' tonight (31.08.12).
The journalist became the fourth person booted off the Channel 5 show after losing out in the public vote to Coleen Nolan and Danica, who was then given her marching orders later in the evening as part of a double eviction.
Danica was full of smiles when host Brian Dowling told her the news, but Mike 'The Situation' Sorrentino - who she has been flirting with throughout the series - looked devastated.
The underwear model - who also flirted with Prince Lorenzo, forming a love triangle between the pair and The Situation - was heavily booed by the crowd as she left the house and admitted she should have had more consideration for Lorenzo and The Situation's "feelings".
The brunette beauty - who has a boyfriend - told Brian: "I do think I crossed the line. I should have thought about feelings getting hurt but I didn't. I didn't actually realise how bad I was until I just watched it then.
"I loved Lorenzo and I loved The Situation as I did Coleen and everyone else in the house.
"You never know how things are being edited and how you come across. I am a very flirtatious person and I always have been."
Earlier in the evening, Samantha - who shot to fame when she wrote an article stating that women "hate" her for being "beautiful" - looked unsurprised when Brian gave her the bad news and she left the house to a mixture of boos and cheers, but then said the crowd's reaction "didn't surprise" her.
She told Brian: "It didn't surprise me. I went in as someone with a bit of a reputation and I like to think I managed to turn that on its head a little bit."
Samantha was nominated by Coleen, Julian Clary, Martin Kemp and Danica during "brutal" face-to-face nominations on Wednesday (29.08.12), and insists she was the "easy one" to be put up for the public vote.
The blonde writer added: "I felt I was the runt of the litter and the easy one to nominate in a way. I preferred face-to-face nominations because you know exactly who is voting for you."