Celebrity Big Brother 2016: Megan McKenna Makes Up With Tiffany Pollard But Still Isn’t A Fan Of John Partridge
Megan received a formal warning after her explosive rant.
Explaining the reasons behind her rage, she said: “The only reason I flipped like that at Tiffany [Pollard] is because she flipped at me. I was trying to help Tiffany.
“I was explaining to everybody how two-faced John is. He’s been doing it for days, since the day he came in here. I flipped out because I can’t handle that anymore.”
Megan then re-entered the house, having spent the night in Big Brother’s seriously luxurious (or not) spare room.
After explaining her version of events to some of her fellow housemates and experiencing a serious awkward moment with John Partridge in the kitchen (nothing between than an awkward moment over a slice of toast to start the day), Megan headed to the bedroom to speak to Tiffany.
She told Tiffany: “I’m not rowing with you, but I need to talk to you because I can’t have this. Last night, honest to God, I weren’t saying that at you in any way possible. I was just explaining a story and I think you must have heard it the wrong way.”
She added: “I swear on my mum’s life, I weren’t starting on you,” before explaining how the fight with John came about, saying she needed to clear it all up as she may not have said it properly the night before.
Tiffany reassured Meg that everything was a-okay between them, telling her: “I didn’t think you had no beef with me. I think everyone that had a release in here yesterday, needed it. I get it.”
However, things aren’t quite so peachy between Megan and John, proven when she heard him telling Stephanie Davis that the previous night’s events had nothing to do with him and that he was ‘stuck in the middle’.
Airing her frustrations, Megan told Stephanie: “Oh yeah right. Shock, Mr Nice Guy. 'I was stuck in the middle of it all’. No you wasn’t, you were b**ching. I’m sick of it but whatever. I’m not going to get involved. I’ve said how I feel, so that’s it.”
She later went back to the diary room to apologise again to Big Brother, before John later went in there to confess he would be staying out of everyone’s way during the day: “I can’t quite believe some of the things that go on in here and the way people manipulate and are just not truthful. It’s difficult to know who to trust. Who in their right mind would want to live in this?”
Can we look forward to a happier, less dramatic house now? Let’s be honest - probably not.
- By Rachel Pilcher
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