Celebrity Big Brother’s ‘bromance’ is broken as Andrew and Jonny are sixth and seventh to be evicted leaving Courtney ‘andrewless’

Andrew and Jonny have left the Celebrity Big Brother house – but what will Courtney do now? Will she find a new partner in crime?

Since yesterday, viewers have been voting to save Andrew, Daniel, Jonny or Shane J.

Tonight – in a triple eviction – Emma Willis revealed live to the house that Andrew and Jonny received the fewest votes and would be the sixth and seventh housemates to leave Celebrity Big Brother January 2018.

Andrew Brady. Photo: Channel 5

Andrew left the house first and was greeted to a mixed reaction from the crowd.

On how it felt to be out of the house, Andrew told Emma: “Epic. To be part of such a fantastic series. Three weeks out of four, that’s good going I think. It’s been amazing.”

Emma asked Andrew about the language he used when speaking about Ann: “That was out of order. I’ll hold my hands up and say it was out of order.”

When asked about first meeting Courtney, Andrew told Emma: “I was like pow, this girl’s fit.

We got to know each other quite quickly. Genuinely, Courtney has the biggest heart of anyone I’ve ever met.”

Jonny Mitchell. Photo: Channel 5

Emma then asked if he thought of Shane J and Courtney as different people: “No, not at all. Shane has the biggest heart.

“I’ve got so much admiration for him, for what he’s gone through in his life, and for what message he has. We should all be listening to that sort of message.”

Emma then revealed that the next person to receive the fewest votes was Jonny. He said his goodbyes and left the house.

On being evicted, Jonny told Emma: “I’m so happy with three weeks, I mean there’s a week left.

“I’m against some big people in there as well. When I saw, when I heard that people kept me in, it was a big deal for me.”

When asked by Emma if there’s more to Jess than meets the eye, Jonny said: “She is very intelligent deep down.

“She comes up with things every now and then and you’re like what the f**k is she on about. And then later it actually comes out that it’s true and everyone is like OK, fair play.”

Emma asked if Jonny was playing it safe in the house, and he told her: “You could say anyone was playing it safe.

“Everyone acts differently in that place. You’re on TV. You are surrounded by people who are a bit older.”

Jonny explained to Emma why he defended Ann: “I saw it as a little bit of a witch hunt.

“You have to respect your elders and to be honest she didn’t really say anything that bad.

“I figured that she just said wait until your turn to talk and it got all blown out.”

 

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