She left the Celebrity Big Brother house less than 24 hours ago, but it seems India Willoughby is already catching up on what’s been aired and what hasn’t.
The newsreader, who was evicted last night, has ranted on Twitter about “treacherous” housemates and claimed not everything that happened in the house has been shown.
India, 47, promised fans she’ll spill all the beans during an interview on The Wright Stuff on Monday, but dropped a few hints in the meantime about her current mood.
She vented: “You don’t know half of what went on in that house. It’s NOT as it seems. Treacherous people. Can’t talk about it for contractual reasons until Mon. Watch The Wright Stuff.”
India added the hashtag “Mean Girls” to further get her point across.
Responding to a fellow Twitter user, she added: “Were you there??? I’ve watched a few catch-up episodes and a few gaps need filling in for the full story. Naming nsmes as soon as I can #puppetonastring (sic).”
The star also hit back at allegations she faked her phobia of drag queens.
India was vocal on the show about being uncomfortable around drag queens, but that claim came under fire when photos of her posing with drag queens surfaced online.
She explained on Big Brother’s Bit On The Side last night that she’d been approached and asked for pics and, because she’s a nice person, didn’t want to decline.
That did NOT mean her phobia wasn’t real.
And that’s just what she reiterated on Twitter today, saying: “I am a polite person who has manners. If I’m asked by an organiser to have my photo taken with someone to promote their event I wii. WHY would I PRETEND to be upset by drag queens??????? My fear – not yours (sic).”
India also promised to reveal the identity of the “chief manipulator” in the house.
The newsreader was the first housemate to be evicted from this series of CBB, after losing the public vote to Love Island’s Jonny Mitchell last night.
She admitted before leaving that she’d got her strategy wrong and had probably caused a bit too much friction when she first arrived.
India, who was the UK’s first transgender newsreader, said: “To be honest, I think I’ve messed it up big time. I think those early outbursts have cost me.
“I think I irritate the whole house and it’s becoming a little bit embarrassing. And I don’t like that because I’m not an embarrassment on the outside, honestly.”