Big Brother 2017 housemates host rival wrap parties and things get nasty

The Big Brother 2017 housemates have hosted rival wrap parties - and argued on Twitter - over the weekend.

A week on from the final of the show the previous Friday night, the divide that existed in the house continued on the outside world.


Isabelle Warbuton, Chanelle McCleary, Imran Javeed, Sukhvinder Javeed, Hannah Agboola, Deborah Agboola and Raphael Korine enjoyed a night in Manchester.

Chanelle told the Manchester Evening News: "I’m going to show them how us Mancunians get down!

"I’m going to whip my hair until my weave falls out. I’ll be twerking, slut drops - I’m sure all the other Mancunians at the club will be showing them as well.”

chanelle party

Meanwhile, Kieran Lee, Tom Barber, Lotan Carter, Ellie Young, Rebecca Jane and Kayleigh Morris spent the night in Halifax.

ellie party


Despite being a good 30 miles apart form one another, thanks to Twitter things still managed to kick off between the two groups.

Chanelle and Rebecca clashed (again) with Chanelle accusing Rebecca of 'making up stories' about her.

"Wow is baggy fanny still talking about me and making up stories zzzzzzz get a life babe #obsessed #fanbehaviour," wrote Chanelle.

"This women is actually obsessed, does she think she is an actual celeb, selling story's, demanding free drinks, embarrassing," she added.

The only thing the two sides did seem to agree on was feeling worse for wear the night after their respective parties.

"My head hurts..." tweeted Rebecca.

"My current mood: Wahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh" Chanelle wrote this morning.

It was Isabelle who won Big Brother 2017 last week, beating Raph in the final vote.

Deborah finished in third place with Tom coming fourth in the final.


Isabelle left the house with £65,000 of the original £100,000 prize pot, having been in the house for 38 days after entering a few weeks into the series.


She's since revealed plans to donate some of her prize money to charity.

While Big Brother is now over, Celebrity Big Brother continues nightly on Channel 5.

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