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'Big Brother': Ashleigh Coyle Pushed To Breaking Point In Emotional Diary Room Rant

30/06/2014 15:53 BST | Updated 30/06/2014 15:59 BST

Big Brother’ housemate Ashleigh Coyle was pushed to breaking point in Sunday night’s show, as she was seen crying in the Diary Room and launching a tirade against her fellow housemates.

Ashleigh was already emotional after saying goodbye to her close friend Toya Washington - who became the third housemate to be evicted over the weekend - and later in the episode seemed irritated with her other housemates, particularly Kimberly Kisselovich, who she was seen talking about in the ‘BB’ pod with Danielle McMahon.

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'Big Brother' housemate Ashleigh Coyle

She told Danielle she felt so smothered by Kimberly she hadn’t even been able to cry about Toya’s eviction, and as if on cue she joined them in the pod to find out what they were talking about.

When she was alone in the Diary Room, Ashleigh was finally able to show her emotions and express her frustrations about her fellow housemates, telling Big Brother she was sick of the “cliques” in the house that she didn’t feel she fitted in with.

She wasn’t the only housemate to get emotional in the Diary Room, as earlier in the episode her confidante Danielle had also been upset after viewing video footage of Ash telling Big Brother he thought she was the housemate most likely to cheat in a relationship as she was “motivated by money”.

Danielle explained that she wanted this week’s ‘Girl Power’ twist to be over, as she didn’t want to see what the men in the house had to say about her behind her back.

For the ‘Girl Power’ twist, the female housemates are all immune from nomination this week, and instead it’s up to them to decide which three boys will be facing the public vote.

This means we might finally see a man leave the house, as all three evictions so far have been women.

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