Advertisements

Big Brother 2017: Chanelle McCleary "gets a talking to" after fight night but will STAY

tellymix logo

Chanelle McCleary has been given a talking to by Big Brother after the weekend's fight night.

She remains in the house despite previously being given a formal and final warning for her behaviour.

Advertisements

Yesterday evening saw an explosive highlights episode that ended in Lotan Carter being ejected from the house.

On Sunday Channel 5 confirmed that Lotan had been removed following a huge row between the housemates the night before.

Security had to enter the house to break up a massive fight which involved many of the housemates.

big-brother-uk-row-fight

While it all began between Lotan and Isabelle, it ended with almost every housemate rowing with one another.

Chanelle was seen throwing a glass on the floor before getting up to row with Lotan in the argument.

Advertisements

Channel 5 has confirmed that Chanelle "gets a talking to" from Big Brother for her part in the clash in this evening's episode.

Chanelle apologises in the Diary Room chat and returns to the house, despite being on her final warning.

Elsewhere on this evening's episode, Deborah Agboola is given an official formal warning for her actions in the fight.

One of the numerous clashes saw Deborah and Ellie lock horns, with Deborah claiming: "She swung at my face. Ellie, you swing at my face!"

Security entered the house to split up the pair before Deborah charged at Ellie up the stairs, who told Deborah: "I did f**k all wrong!"

Ellie then repeated: "Go on then, hit me! Hit me!"

The full details of Deborah's warning will be shown in tonight's highlights show at 10PM on Channel 5.

Deborah.
Deborah.

This evening's episode will feature all the aftermath of last night's drama, including the reaction of the house to Lotan's ejection.

Advertisements

Plus, Big Brother announces that nominations are cancelled and all remaining housemates face Thursday night's eviction.

Big Brother 2017 airs nightly on Channel 5.

Follow on Twitter
Follow on Twitter
Like on Facebook