CBB fans side with Sarah Harding over bitter row with Jemma Lucy

CBB fans side with Sarah Harding over bitter row with Jemma Lucy

CBB fans side with Sarah Harding over bitter row with Jemma Lucy

An expletive-ridden row between former Girls Aloud singer Sarah Harding and Ex On The Beach star Jemma Lucy split Celebrity Big Brothers on Wednesday evening.

The two housemates exchange insults after reality TV star Jordan Davies questioned Harding over comments she had made earlier in the day about different groups in the house.

Sitting in the smoking area Lucy tells Harding: “You keep thinking you’re different to everyone else.”

The pair then engage in a full-on insult-filled row, with Harding telling Lucy she is “two-faced” adding “look at yourself mate, I don’t shag on TV for a living”.

Lucy hits back, calling Harding a “slag” and returned to the house to vent further.

The row reminded one viewer of last year’s series when Kim Woodburn turned on a number of housemates and security had to intervene.

Fans on social media sided with Harding claiming she won the argument.

Lisa Ann Marie wrote: “They aren’t giving Sarah a chance. They’re like a pack of wolves waiting to pounce on her at every opportunity.”

Amy Rummo posted: “What exactly is Jemma’s problem with Sarah? Seems like she decided from the get go she wasn’t going to like her.”

Although as Harding broke down in the Diary Room some tired of her self-pity.

Celebrity Big Brother returns on Thursday on Channel 5 at 9pm.

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