Big Brother 2018: Evicted housemate spills all on aftermath of Lewis F’s removal

Big Brother’s Lewis Flanagan made the headlines last night after it was revealed that he had been removed from the house.

The Big Brother contestant was removed from the house for unacceptable language and asked to leave immediately.

A Big Brother spokesperson said: “Lewis has been removed from the Big Brother House for unacceptable language that contravenes the rules. Lewis has left the house with immediate effect.”

Meanwhile, last night’s show saw Tomasz say goodbye to his housemates as he was evicted from the show and he has since opened up about Lewis’ removal.

  • logo
  • Publisher:
  • Date: 2018-10-27T17:16:00+01:00
  • Author: Ed Lauder
  • Citation: Web link

Not to change the topic here:

Big Brother housemate removed over unacceptable language

Viewers were shown the moment the 27-year-old from Stockton-on-Tees was called into the diary room and told to leave.

* * *

Big Brother said there was no choice but to remove him immediately. His response: “I never come here to offend anyone or hurt anyone’s feelings.”

* * *

“Unfortunately for me my bad language and misuse of certain phrases and certain words has exploded in my face.”

* * *

It’s not yet clear what Lewis actually said to be removed but on his Twitter account, which says in the bio it’s being run by his family, it said it was “nothing to do with racism.”

Latest tweet by publisher

What happened after Lewis Flanagan was kicked off Big Brother? ‘Obviously Cameron Cole was crying’

The exact reason for Lewis’ eviction has not been revealed, but the 27-year-old said he was very upset.

‘Obviously I’m devastated,’ he told Big Brother viewers before he left. ‘I didn’t obviously mean to offend. It was a slip of the tongue’I’m not ashamed of myself because I didn’t mean to offend anyone.’

He added: ‘I’d apologise to anyone I’d upset. I never meant to upset anyone, hurt anyone feelings [sic] for any sexuality, race or gender. Obviously I’m going to pay the price.’

  • logo
  • Publisher: Metro
  • Date: 2018-10-27T18:34:18+0000
  • Author: nzatat
  • Twitter: @MetroUK
  • Citation: Web link

Latest tweet by publisher

Big Brother: Lewis removed from the house after ‘making a comment about Auschwitz’ that WON’T be aired’ as he ‘

A source told the publication that the 27-year-old mistakenly said ‘Auschwitz’ instead of ‘outfits’ during a conversation with housemate Cameron, resulting in his ejection on Friday.

It came after Lewis admitted that he was ‘not ashamed’ of his behaviour after being told by Big Brother that he was to be removed, adding that it was a ‘slip of the tongue.’

The source said: ‘Lewis was talking to Cameron and told him: ‘When we get out of here, we’ll sort you out with some Auschwitz’.

‘He said he was supposed to say ‘outfits’. He’s told people it was a slip of the tongue and he didn’t know why he said it.’

Big Brother eviction results revealed ‘ and Emma Willis announces shocking final twist

  • Publisher: Digital Spy
  • Date: 2018-10-26 10:11:00
  • Twitter: @DigitalSpy
  • Citation: Web link

Latest tweet by publisher

Who left Big Brother tonight? Tomasz Wania becomes the seventh housemate to be evicted from the house

The Polish born cross-dresser was the favourite from the get-go, but sadly received the most amount of votes and was booted out of the show.

* * *

Tomasz added: “It’s okay still, I’m on the show, it’s been my dream, and now it’s happening. I’m just very, very happy…It still feels like a dream.”

* * *

However when the Channel 5 programme aired his removal this evening, the 27-year-old from Stockton-On-Tees blamed a “slip of the tongue” and insisted that he was “not ashamed” for what he had said.

This led viewers to flock to Twitter to speculate on what he had said to not warrant a warning and was instead immediately booted off the show.

Mentioned on Twitter

(S:1) #1540679719


10 Things to Ponder on Big Brother

This is a psychology test (There are no correct answers)

If Big Brother was a planet, would you like to take a SpaceX rocket to visit there?
Big Brother , situations are better met with a touch of anticipation and surprise.
We did not need to ask whether Big Brother can stay here. We do have our reasons.
There are another Big Brother mentions of us on social media. Isn't that just awesome!
I've been told to love everyone the best you can. So you can love Big Brother if Big Brother could love you. Love is the answer.
What if Big Brother was in charged of the running of the city. What will be the outcome.
We at Confused wanted to have an interview with Big Brother . Big Brother apparently agreed to nothing of the sort.
Some companies can create the truth. Big Brother may know others who can create the truth even better. Now if only they wanted Big Brother to.
Do not think this is written in stone. Big Brother has written it on their computers
Some people get married. Other people get divorced. Big Brother has no comment on this at the moment. You may need to write a petition.