On last night’s Celebrity Big Brother, Jemma Lucy called a equal with Paul Danan and Sarah Harding, but we suspect the doubt is – how prolonged will it last?
From the very beginning, Jemma has been transparent in her dislike towards Sarah, derogatively referring to her as ‘that,’ and lifting eyebrows by proclaiming she doesn’t have a career.
I feel it required to indicate out that Sarah was partial of one of Britain’s many successful girl groups, behaving in sole out general tours – she’s had 20 top 10 hits, 4 series ones, several endowment nominations and a Brit Award under her belt.
There’s no revelation what Jemma has under hers, after being ‘annihilated’ on inhabitant TV.
In another hypocritical row, Jemma blazed that Sarah is only famous for holding a ‘f***load of drugs’ and that she ‘needs to arrange her nose out.’
This comes as images disseminate the internet of Jemma shovelling white powder up her nose off a friend’s arse, and a kitchen worktop.
Sadly, every series of Big Brother, either luminary or civilian, has a villain.
It’s a shame, but with Jemma Lucy branch the infancy of the expel against her, and a lot of the things she says being taken out of context or disfigured (*ahem* Jordan), Sarah appears to be that villain.
Yes, with Paul Danan and the #PillGate scenario, Sarah didn’t help herself and apparently overwhelmed a haughtiness – but it was out of sequence for Brandi to chuck her under the train like that.
It was also flattering offensive to watch Jemma’s countenance of pleasure at Paul bursting at Sarah like an angry, but rather awkward, bull.
Reality TV has done drifting off the hoop at the smallest little thing entirely normal.
It’s a breeding belligerent for low blows and nonessential aggression; it’s like examination The Hunger Games, but but the weapons – what are they feeding these people?
Is there something in those heavy eggs?
I can’t help but feel contemptible for Sarah, she’s not used to this game.
Her past demons are appearing over her like a dim cloud and while she continues to show her vulnerability, the rest of the residence will continue to feed on her.
I would adore to see Sarah overcome her obstacles in the house, but in a way, I’d rather see her walk for the consequence of her mental health – she has positively zero to prove.