Big Brother 2014 results: Jale Karaturp defends Helen Wood after eviction

Jale Karaturp.

Jale Karaturp has said defended Helen Wood after being evicted in tonight's BBUK live show.

Jale became the latest BB housemate to leave in tonight's Big Brother 2014 results after facing eviction against Ashleigh, Chris and Christopher.

She left to a bit of a mixed reaction from the live eviction crowd and told host Emma Willis: “I thought it wasn’t too bad. I saw my mum, and my sister, so I was alright yeah."

She added: "I feel a bit numb, it’s surreal."

When asked after being up for nomination for 4 weeks why this was her night to go, she said that maybe she had become unfocussed and a bit grumpy.

Speaking about the 'bullying row' between herself and Helen Wood at the start of the series, Jale said that she found it a challenge and that can be the kind of situation she thrives on and that she tried not to give up and use her stubbornness.

Emma then quizzed Jale about the change in her relationship with Helen and she said that Helen reminded her of herself 5 years ago and that turning her back on her would have been like turning her back on herself.

When asked about moving groups to the cool kids, Jale insisted that they were the people she felt more herself with, she also said that Marlon saving himself was very disappointing and that she has forgiven him but not forgotten.

Emma also spoke to Jale about Pauline giving her the killer nomination and she commented that Pauline was almost like Big Brother as her word was the most important in the house.

Jale claimed Kimberly and Steven's relationship was "awkward" for the other housemates but insisted it was real claiming: "I don't know what will happen but I know they both like each other very much."

Jale ended the interview by saying that she had, ‘a brilliant time’, in the house.

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