Coleen Nolan desperate to save marriage
- Author: Jacqueline Ellis Feb 05, 2017,
Feb 05, 2017, 1:13
These included the time she was among a selection of housemates chosen by viewers as the most untrustworthy for a game of Two Truths and One Lie, during which they were forced to successfully deceive the rest of the house.
"I feel really lucky and thankful to everyone who voted". She shouldn't have won. She was not entertaining and I was disappointed.
Asked about how her time in the house had affected her view on the relationship, Coleen admitted: 'It's made me realise how much I do need him in my life'.
The former footie player then went on the share a video on Snapchat showing the pair partying at the exclusive club and according to the Daily Star, the night didn't end there as they were reportedly seen queuing up to get into a London strip in the early hours of the morning.
Describing the experience of living in the house amid endless rows between Kim Woodburn, Nicola McClean, Bianca Gascoigne and Jedward, she said it was "horrendous", and far worse than the previous experience. And also they way people left. Let's take a look at some examples of when Kim was treated unfairly during her time in the infamous household...
"There was so much time to think about things - I'm so grateful but so thankful to be out". It was wrong that she won.
"We're all friends but I said you're not my friends I don't know them".
Coming third, the panto villain of the house Kim Woodburn insisted that she was never concerned about winning explaining that she was "not competitive".
Nolan dismissed "hilarious" speculation that she was flirting with fellow housemate James Cosmo. She did however seem somewhat smug about beating her nemesis Nicola McClean to third position.
Celebrity Big Brother is on Channel 5 from 9pm and the final is tonight (Friday, February 3).
The How Clean is Your House? star made it all the way to Grand Final despite being a late arrival to the show alongside Geordie Shore's Chloe Ferry and The Apprentice's Jessica Cunningham.