Published: Sun, February 04, 2018
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Australia's Courtney Act wins Celebrity Big Brother UK

Australia's Courtney Act wins Celebrity Big Brother UK

I was woken up in the morning by loud pop music played by Big Brother and there was even one day when that was followed by an obscene performance.

She said: "My inspiration coming into the house was that teenage boy who didn't quite know where he belonged or how he fitted in and feeling inspired by the Spice Girls - and not knowing what that meant but knowing if it was ok for them to be different then it was ok for me to be different".

Celebrity Big Brother bosses limited the amount of audience members, upped security and aired the final show with a 10 minute delay following multiple break-ins.

Earlier in the evening, Wayne Sleep, Jess Impiazzi and Shane Lynch had been given their marching orders, having received 0.9, 2.75 and 7.42 per cent of the votes respectively.

She used a hashtag accompanying a video of herself in Sao Paolo congratulating Courtney Act.

This year's series of Celebrity Big Brother has been called "the Year of the Woman" due to its heavy focus on gender to mark the 100th anniversary of women's partial suffrage in the UK.

"I do respect his boundaries and as much as it's fun to flirt, we did have that understanding".

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For this reason, she's looked on disapprovingly and rolled her eyes as Courtney Act dressed in her drag.

'Someone like Ann has been in the public eye, has been educated, and I don't think people in that instance can be forgiven.

Shane Jenek the glam drag act Courtney Act joins the Celebrity Big Brother housemates in 2018.

Ann was the runner up.

When Ann was in politics, she opposed a number of important LGBT acts including civil partnerships, the Equality Act, repealing Section 28 (which opposed teaching in schools about homosexuality), reducing the age of consent for homosexual sex, and allowing gay couples to adopt. She's very intelligent and very smart, so she doesn't delve into the depth where people can get properly offended.

They went on to add, "The amusing thing is we are pretty sure viewers wouldn't have wanted to see her in the buff anyway". Who did you want to win? So people can't get offended.

Channel 5 have revealed the official voting statistics from tonight's live final, following Courtney Act scooping the crown.

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