Vicky Pattison Dubs Love Island's Zara Holland 'Miss BJ' After On-Screen Romp With Her Ex Alex Bowen
She was recently stripped of her Miss Great Britain title after having sex on TV, but trust our Vicks to lighten up the situation...
She was recently stripped of her Miss Great Britain title after having sex on TV.
But if there's one person we can trust to lighten up a situation it's our lass Vicky Pattison, 28, who's jokingly labelled Love Island's Zara Holland as 'Miss BJ'.
The former Geordie Shore star took to Twitter on Thursday to voice her opinion on the debacle in the ITV2 dating show after Zara, 20, slept with her ex Alex Bowen, 24.
Vicky tweeted: 'No surprise this absolute weapon @ab_bowen07 is doing DAMAGE on @LoveIsland like.. He is make perfection and such a diamond aswell! #swoon *loveeyes emoji* (sic)'.
And then when a follower tweeted her to say that Yorkshire lass Zara lost her Miss Great Britain 2015/2016 title, she replied: 'Miss BJ?!!! *laughing crying emoji*'.
Zara and new lad Alex were filmed getting steamy under the sheets on Wednesday night's episode of the ITV2 dating show.
She clearly regretted the steamy romp the morning after, telling the Beach Hut: 'You know when you're in the moment and it just happens. That's really not like me at all. Why couldn't we have just gone to sleep?'
But it wasn't enough for Miss GB officials who de-crowned Zara on Thursday :(
An official statement from the organisation confirmed that she's been stripped of her title because the organisation 'can no longer promote Zara as a positive role model.'
The official statement said: 'Following recent actions within ITV2 show Love Island it is with deep regret that we, the Miss Great Britain Organisation, have to announce that Zara Holland has formally been de-crowned as Miss Great Britain.
'As an organisation we have not taken this decision lightly, we are close to all of our winners and wherever possibly stand by them during their rein.
'That said, we feel we have no choice but to make this decision under the circumstances.
'The feedback we have received from pageant insiders and members of the general public is such that we cannot promote Zara as a positive role model moving forward.
'We wholly understand that everyone makes mistakes, but Zara, as an ambassador for Miss Great Britain, simply did not uphold the responsibility expected of the title.'
- By Sophia Moir