Final six booted out from TV house to reality once more.
Tonight the live final of Celebrity Big Brother’s Summer edition is about to end.
The final six housemates, Reality TV stars Dee Kelly, George Gilbey, singer Edele Lynch, Hollywood star Garry Busey, dancer James Jordan and boxer Audley Harrison all became evicted in order to the public votes.
The first two to be evicted would again leave together, voted for singularly.
First out and the eighth housemate to leave the show was Edele. Edele didn’t have much to say. She praised James.
The ninth housemate was Dee. She didn’t rest her nitpicking on Gary, looking very bitter since their dispute. Dee was on “Team Audley” and threatened to “give David Cameron a run for his money” should he continue victimising her over benefit mistakes on the government’s part.
Finishing tenth was George. George who quickly moved on to Edele when Stephanie Pratt left just hours last week was discussed. George said she broke up with him in the house. George had brief infatuations with Lauren before she moved back to Ricci. Naive George also praised gameplayer James in hopes to derail front runner Gary and Audley. George said he and James got on because they were playfully “mischievous.” Though he admitted James “did stir” situations.
James left in eleventh place. Emma Willis made a complete fool of herself licking the producers’ backside by saying James deserved to be in the final three. James said he deserved to be spoken to a certain way. “If someone is rude or obnoxious or not nice I will pick them up on it. James, who chose to verbally insult everyone unprovoked with personal insults. James though “it’s humour” in his warped shell of egotism. He defended it as banter. This was not banter and was vile abuse. James said if they couldn’t take it then “Fu*k ’em!” James who consistently thought he was above everyone continued chopping down Audley, Gary and Lauren. He said “I know how Big Brother works.” James, who was sacked from rival broadcaster BBC for being nasty, rubbish and self-centered is rumoured, unconfirmed but wide in certain journalistic circles, to have had an affair with a recent Strictly blonde partner. James, who has been considered to have inner bi-sexual tendencies scared to express publicly failed to prance his way to the top of the game. Homophobic, misogynistic, transphobic antagoniser James called himself “the Brad Pitt of Ballroom”
Runner up and twelfth in the show was Audley. He discussed his arguments with James, who enjoyed winding up Audley. Audley said over James calculated attacks on various housemates “If your not having fun and hurting someone, fine. If your hurting someone, I have a problem with that. You’ve got to be responsible.” Refined gentleman Audley was respectful of his relationship with Gary.
The winner of this years Celebrity show was Gary Busey. Gary became the first American Celebrity to win Big Brother. Gary called it an honour to be among the “pride and love. And I know why the word Great is in front of Britain” over his stay in the house. Talking of his win he said it was “Because of the respect from this country.” He added the experience explained more about himself allowing him to work on his differences in a positive light. Humbled Hollywood veteran Busey was thrilled to have joined the show and the respect from the Great British public.
Did the right winner get crowned?
The first to be evicted tonight should have been catty and personal insult slinger James Jordan. The washed up ex dancer, sacked from his own profession on national television has been viciously attacking housemates verbally beyond the point of his defense of ‘fun.’ A bully is classed as someone who goes beyond insulting someone for a point and turns it into their level of personal fun in the instances James displayed in the house. The show was classed as rigged to keep James in for ‘entertainment value’ or phone votes and ratings as its known, by fans and insiders.
Next out should have been Dee Kelly (which she was). Whilst she has been wrongly categorised as a benefits scrounger which were lies, Dee kept her reputation in good stead. Until she launched a vicious tirade on Gary Busey, claiming to be a victim when Gary had done nothing wrong and tried to communicate with her. Unprepared to back down and headstrong, Dee, who only apologised because she thought one would come back, which is not apologetic, proved she is capable of following ob mentality in the house to survive with social grouping. This was her downfall. She then suggested she was “the British public” which unlike FalseFabs who are in tune with public attitude and values, Dee and her aggressive behaviour was not. Let’s get some clarity though, just because she was made into a celebrity from clampdowns on evil benefit cuts from David Cameron and Co. does not mean all benefit claimants are bad, and neither is Dee, ultimately.
The next star to leave should be Edele. Simply for the fact that most of her time was silent, then boring, then non-existent, then a minor moment and then joining the pack in the traditional attacks on Gary because everyone else does and an outlet for her anger was to use the easy option. In terms of entertainment this should have been her farthest road.
Following next should be George Gilbey. He is a fun and lively chappie but once we get past the cheeky monkey and boyish five year old love in, he hasn’t done too much, occasionally gets involved with others were not necessary and can’t hold an argument on his terms. He looks and sounds very childish despite trying to interact and use big words to fit in with bigger celebs. Part of his self can be respected, but this is as much as he should go. You can only be a laugh for so long.
Runner up could have been either, but we would select Audley. He has been composed, caring, considerate and a gentleman. Though this doesn’t alway resonate with viewers wanting to see people tear one another apart as a mob mentality crowd. Audley adds a level of clarity and perspective that holds real and manly values, not boyish charm or idiotic lunacy for television ratings.
The winner should be Gary. He has done enough to be a star in the house, has fascinating stories to tell and wont be spoken down to whilst keeping a dignified and controlled conversation rather than shouting for attention. Regardless of being the first American to come close to winning, he hasn’t been the typical American fame hogger and conniving gameplayer. He has also been a pleasure to watch and learn from for many.
So this wraps up the Summer Celeb edition. The show will return, as usual, in January with another Celeb version. The regular version will be back too later. Channel 5 executive producer has also left the programme after a couple of years, as well as endorsing principals defined and suggested by us. Well Dickie Desmond, are you wise enough to figure out how to make it a success? Or are you blindly too proud you’ll mess up your own show and profile once again? Look at the contact tab for more information.
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