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Celebrity Big Brother's Sarah Harding's Face Is A Picture As Jemma Lucy Is Saved From Eviction

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16/08/2017 12:10 | Updated 16 August 2017

Sarah Harding did little to mask her disappointment when her ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ rival Jemma Lucy managed to escape eviction on Tuesday (15 August).

The former Girls Aloud singer has clashed with Jemma on multiple occasions during their time in the ‘CBB’ house, and in the most recent show, called for producers to throw the ‘Ex On The Beach’ star out over her behaviour.

And when Emma Willis revealed that Jemma was safe, at least for the time being, it’s fair to say that Sarah’s face was a picture.

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Sarah Harding

To make matters worse, the crowd was heard chanting “get Sarah out” throughout Emma’s speech, while she’d previously received a warmer reception earlier in the week.

Instead, it was ‘Ibiza Weekender’ cast member Jordan Davies who became the third housemate to get the chop, and he pulled no punches in his exit interview.

Asked what he thought of Sarah, he confessed: “Sarah is literally a nightmare. When she’s had a drink, she’s a different person. She is meant to be a role model, and she’s getting pissed, kicking off, hiding fags.

“At the end of the day, you’re 35. Act your age. I felt older than her most of the time. I never thought I’d say this because I loved Girls Aloud... but I actually hate her.”

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Jordan Davies leaves the 'CBB' house... apparently in fancy dress as a Minion

Sarah accidentally ignited a girlband war this week, when she was accused of slut-shaming Fifth Harmony.

She lamented: “They all wear next to nothing, all the girl bands these days. Slutty, slutty, slutty… sex sells, sex sells.

“Obviously when we were touring we didn’t wear much because it was so hot. But it’s when they do the videos and it’s… slut drops and all that, and twerking. Come on!”

‘Celebrity Big Brother’ airs nightly on Channel 5.

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