Jamie O’Hara cracks and FLIPS OUT at Jedward in CBB


by Jadie Troy-Pryde |
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OK we’re just going to come right out and say it.

This series of Celebrity Big Brother is shaping up to be one of our favourite series ever.


There. We did it.

It’s a brave move considering one of our fave CBB moments ever was Jackie Stallone entering the house.

“Yeah, Jackie.” Classic.

When the All Stars series was a day old, it was 'bullying' housemates by making them sit alone in the garden while the others partied (lol mean).

Then Speidi starting causing fights left, right and centre, Ray J and Brandon Block both walked and Calum Best was furious moments after Coleen Nolan gave him a lap dance.

We know, it’s a lot to take in.

But tonight’s episode is going to make you feel a LOT of new and different feelings.

The housemates realise that Brandon isn’t doing a James Cosmo and only pretending to leave the house, he really actually going.

And Jedward just can’t deal with it.

After their pretty pitiful attempts at getting Brandon to stay, Jamie O’Hara completely snaps.


And we mean he seems to really, really snap.

So far we’ve only seen the ex-footballer being the extreme end of nice, so this will really confuse you.

“We don’t want [Brandon] shipped out like with a bag and shovel,” (we think) Jedward says.

“We ain’t kicking him out of the house, we’re helping the bloke,” Jamie protests.

“He don’t wanna be here, and he don’t need you in his face all the time. He’s 50! Just shut up and leave him alone!”


“We’re telling him real stuff,” replies John or Edward.

“Real stuff? What’s real about you? You’re the biggest joke act I’ve ever seen in my life! I’m sick of your noise all the time! YOU’RE JUST NOISE!” Jamie lashes out before storming off to smoke.

Blimey. We did NOT see that coming.

Jedward, however, were unphased by the dispute, with one of them saying: “I don’t appreciate the way you’re talking to me, it’s really hurtful. I see the good in you, Jamie, everyone’s cracking in here and I just want to help everybody.

“He’s just sad his mate’s leaving,” he assures John or Edward.

Diplomatic, boys. We like it.

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