Celebrity Big Brother has proved it certainly isn’t taking any prisoners as it Winston McKenzie was voted out of the house in one of the most brutal evictions yet.
The former boxer was the first to say goodbye after 13 of the 14 housemates opted to save Nancy Dell’Olio after the duo received the least votes to save when pitted against Kristina Rihanoff.
Forced to face their decision head on, the housemates are then asked to chose from two envelopes, one which is brandished with Nancy’s face and the other Winston’s, before holding up their choice.
Farewell! Winston McKenzie was the first to say goodbye after 13 of the 14 housemates opted to save Nancy Dell’Olio after the duo received the least votes to save when pitted against Kristina Rihanoff
First up to reveal their decision was Angie Bowie, who, despite vehemently disagreeing with his views on gay adoption, simply said: ”Winston and only because I want to save a lady.’
Next to unveil their choice was Danniella Westbrook, who explained: ‘Mine’s Winston. We’ve had this discussion. You have your views. We don’t agree on anything.’
And it seems Winston’s remarks had rubbed almost all of the house mates up the wrong way as they continued to vote against him.
Brutal: The housemates were asked to chose from two envelopes, one which was brandished with Nancy’s face and the other Winston’s as they selected their nominated evictee
‘I’m sorry but your views are totally different to mine and anybody should be able to adopt a child,’ David Gest affirmed.
Even Flavor of Love star Tiffany Pollard, who appeared to have struck up a friendship with the political activist in the house, voted him out of the house.
‘I do want you to leave and the reason is because of your homophobic views and I have a lot of gay friends,’ she explained.
Controversial: The political activist was voted out for his views against gay adoption, which he likened to child abuse
‘My vote is for Winston. My brother’s gay and in a very long-term and happy relationship and I think his comments were totally outrageous,’ Darren Day reiterated, before John Partridge bluntly explained: ‘Winston, I don’t respect you and that disgusted me too,’ referencing his likening of gay adoption to ‘child abuse’ in a previous task.
The only house mate who voted to save the controversial star was Irish model McConnell who said: ‘Winston has his own views and whatever your views, that’s grand. I’m judging on what happens in this house.’