Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace 'proud' of CBB Brits
Former 'Big Brother' star Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace is 'proud' of the Brits for standing up to 'bullying' Farrah Abraham in the 'Celebrity Big Brother' house
Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace is "dead proud" of the Brits who stood up to Farrah Abraham in the 'Celebrity Big Brother' house.
The 36-year-old former 'Big Brother' star named Atomic Kitten singer Natasha Hamilton and comedian Bobby Davro as her heroes after the final of show last night (24.09.15) because they wouldn't put up with the American's antics.
She said: "I was dead proud of Natasha for being the last lady standing. She came a respectable third place, as did I. She stood up to Farrah's bullying tactics and was a strong woman without being nasty. You go girl!
And the outspoken glamour model - who appeared in the seventh series in 2006 - praised the 57-year-old comedian and thinks he's a "legend".
Speaking in her colomn for The Mirror newspaper, she said: "Bobby Davro's interview was a blinder. I love him, a British legend. Stayed true to himself at all times and was also the only other housemate to stand up to Farrah... He said she tried to hurt him on a personal level with private information she learned about him. He said that was just nasty but it didn't get to him, instead it just showed him her character."
Meanwhile, former 'Apprentice' contestant James Hill was crowned winner and Aisleyne is gutted the drama is over until next year.
She added: "I'm sad it's all over, however I'm not sad to see the back of some of the yanks."