Big Brother's Andrew Brady on Ann Widdecombe: 'Prejudice is prejudice'

Not a fan The confession did not go down well with drag act Shane Jenek who claimed she was'dictating how people should live and was going against basic human rights

Big Brother's Andrew Brady on Ann Widdecombe: 'Prejudice is prejudice'

Host Emma Willis will announce the victor during the live final from 9pm on Channel 5.

"The thing I love about Andrew is that he's so comfortable with everything and everyone. not caring about what anyone in the house thinks".

It's reported that the separate bathroom was part of Ann's contract before she signed up to take part in the show and now we know they caved in to her demands.

It's pretty fitting, then, that Act has described her win as "validation that it is okay to be different", albeit a little ironic in a season themed "Year of the Woman".

The recently-booted Celebrity Big Brother housemate believes Ann Widdecombe's age can not excuse her conservative views on LGBTI issues.

Departing the house dressed in a silver mini dress and a pink and purple wig, Act placed a cushion on her lap as she sat down to be interviewed.

She said: "It's fantastic to think that the public have chosen me, I guess it's validation of the things I came here believing in".

"She'd never identified as a drag queen". I definitely enjoyed it more than I thought I would.

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.

Ann's faced criticism for speaking openly about being against gay marriage - which didn't go down well with Courtney. Do you know how many times I've turned this programme down?

Obviously it didn't take fans long to pick up on the uncomfortable moment, as one viewer tweeted: 'Emma and her high levels of research, are you looking forward to seeing your cats, Ann: their all dead'.

After leaving the Celebrity Big Brother house, former Apprentice star Andrew Brady commented on prejudice, saying: "It doesn't matter how old you are, if you're racist you're a racist".

She said she hoped her win was inspiring to "all the teenage boys who didn't know where they fit in and not knowing what that means".

India is seen presenting a live "CBB News" broadcast, which sees her telling Shane L how much she likes him.

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