Natalie Nunn thinks Celebrity Big Brother fans will regret voting her out

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Natalie Nunn thinks that Celebrity Big Brother viewers will regret evicting her from the house.

It was Natalie Nunn who was evicted from Celebrity Big Brother on Friday, becoming the first housemate to leave.


Natalie left to boos from the live audience, telling host Emma Willis she was "overwhelmed".

The American reality star added: "It has been interesting but fun… it’s been great.”

Natalie proved a controversial housemate despite lasting just the one week, dominating the nightly highlights.

Speaking after her exit, Natalie said: "I do think they were wrong to vote me out. I was just being me, I was just trying be real. I was trying to understand the house and who everybody was. That's it, honestly."

Natalie added: I don't have any regrets. I live for Natalie. I live for the moments.

"If I want to ask you a question right then and there, I'm going to ask it. If I want to know something about you, I want to know. There's nothing I would regret about the Big Brother house at all. At all, at all!"

Natalie also dismissed claims that she had 'bullied' Chloe Ayling.

"I am very far from ," Natalie insisted to DigitalSpy. "I am a person that is going to live out loud. I want to ask questions. If someone has something to say back to me that I don't agree with, I am at any point going to continue to have an argument with them.

"I'd like to say that it was an argument, and we had two different sides. I would never make anyone feel that I was against them, in any kind of way. If they had anything else to say back to me, they could say that. I was okay with that.


"I'm far from any type of a mean person. I am just an outspoken person. I don't ever want to make anyone feel that they are cornered, or that they can't say what they want to say. I do not think that I'm a mean person. I'm just very outspoken."

Celebrity Big Brother - minus Natalie - continues nightly on Channel 5.

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