CBB’s Renee Graziano LAYS INTO Bear for nominating her: ‘That boy would roof my house’

Bit rude

Renee Graziano

by Polly Foreman |
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As a reward for surviving last night's eviction show, Big Brother announced that Stephen Bear, Lewis Bloor and Heavy D (HOW did Heavy D survive?) would be allowed to choose one person each to face the next eviction.

Predictably, Bear accepted this with utmost humility and grace ("OOOOOOHHHHHH! IN YOUR FACE. IN. YOUR. FACE!"), and chose Renee Graziano to face the public vote. Things have been kinda weird between them since that time she propositioned him

CBB Bear
©Channel 5

Rather than accept it's a game, that he had to choose someone and just move on with her life (seriously, WHY do they never do this in that house?), Renee KICKS OFF.

Renee Graziano

She at first tries to claim that she's not upset (and is extremely unconvincing).

Renee Graziano

"Guys, I don't want to hug anybody. I don't find this f_cking serious. Guys, this is not so f_cking serious. I get to go home to my kids."

She then starts getting ever so slightly shrill and shouty as she says: "We're acting like it's the end of the world, IT'S NOT LIKE IT'S THE END OF THE WORLD."

Err, we think it's just you who's acting like it's the end of the world, Renee…

She's also extremely rude about Bear, saying: "That boy at home would roof my house, I wouldn't even give him any f*cking time. He's a roofer. That's what you do for a living, you fucking stand on a ladder."

Don't you think that's just a teensy bit offensive, Renee?

We think she may be quite literally the most upset up-for-eviction housemate ever.

Renee Graziano

She also promises to be a Mob Wife all week, and "go out with a big motherf*cking bang" when evicted.

Much more likely that she'll just go out to some chart song and a mediocre reception from the crowd like most other people, but OK.

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