The Channel 5 series was once again the most complained about show last year, despite its rather low ratings compared the competition.
The American duo, who themselves were the target of complaints to the TV watchdog for apparently bullying other housemates, hit out at viewers who moan about the show.
"The world is a complex place. There are villains out there. Some of them are actual villains. Some just play villains on TV," they said. "But what would Star Wars be if there were no Empire to defeat?
"Villains are essential to our culture, both our art and our real lives. We don’t condone violence and we don’t condone bullying. We do, however, get paid to be on television."
The pair joked: "Definitely don’t go near any Looney Tunes cartoons! There’s this coyote who tries to EAT the main character!
"Only he gets anvils dropped on his head so there’s twice the evil! The horror!!!"
Speidi added: "Television that would be much less watchable if there were no conflict. So please, in the nicest, most properly British way possible, put on your big girl knickers and stop whining."
We've never agreed with them so much!