Big Brother's Emma Jensen removed from house
Emma Jensen has been removed from the 'Big Brother' house after she attempted to break free on Thursday (07.07.16).
'Big Brother's Emma Jensen has been removed from the house.
The 30-year-old beauty - who entered the infamous abode last month with her identical twin sister Victoria - has been given the boot after she broke the show's rules by attempting to break out of the premise for the second time on Thursday (07.07.16).
A spokesperson for the Channel 5 programme said: "Emma has been removed from the 'Big Brother' house for attempting to break out on more than one occasion. Emma was unable to live within the confines of the 'Big Brother' house and abide by the rules and therefore forfeited her place as a housemate."
The brunette beauty's departure will be documented in Thursday night's show and she will also appear on the programme's spin-off 'Big Brother's Bit on the Side', fronted by Rylan Clark-Neal, afterwards at 11pm to voice her side of the story.
Emma's decision to attempt to break free from the house is not yet known but she certainly hasn't kept a low profile since joining the house as she's constantly found herself embroiled in rows.
The beauty was targeted by her fellow housemates earlier this week when she decided to sacrifice points earned in a shopping task in order to get her boyfriend Josh in the house for a night.
Emma and Jackson Blyton locked horns over her "selfish" decision and the hunk was left bawling his eyes out.
He screeched: "I think I'm expressing the opinions of everyone. Selfish actions have caused this ... There is no way I could push that button knowing other people are suffering for my happiness."