Sarah Harding in tears as she faces CBB eviction

Sarah Harding in tears as she faces CBB eviction

Sarah Harding broke down in tears as she discovered that all but one of her Celebrity Big Brother housemates have nominated her for eviction.

The former Girls Aloud singer said she felt “f****** deceived” after Big Brother told her seven of her fellow contestants had put her up for the chop.

The only person who did not nominate her was her love interest Chad Johnson.

In Sunday night’s instalment of the Channel 5 show, Harding told Johnson: “There’s nine of us left, right?

“Seven people nominated me, which means everyone but you nominated me.”

The tearful singer, 35, then hugs Johnson, saying: “It doesn’t make sense.”

“I just feel so f****** deceived,” she said.

“Everyone just assumes I have a fan base looking out for me and they have their own agenda.

“It’s not just one or two. This is seven. This is everyone but you.”

Sarah Harding entering the CBB house
Sarah Harding (Ian West/PA)

Harding admitted she was upset to think that television psychic Derek Acorah had chosen her to face the public vote.

“It really bums me out to think that Derek, even Derek, could go there,” she said.

:: Celebrity Big Brother airs at 9pm on Channel 5.

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