Published: Sat, January 13, 2018
Worldwide | By Isabel Fisher

Celebrity Big Brother's India Willoughby Stuns Housemates With Alien Abduction Claim

Celebrity Big Brother's India Willoughby Stuns Housemates With Alien Abduction Claim

A star on this year's UK Celebrity Big Brother has made a freakish claim she was "abducted by aliens" when she was younger.

Celebrity Big Brother aired their first eviction tonight (January 12), one week since the male housemates entered the house.

"But I've put everything aside and I just feel like, you're the person, I don't know if I'm allowed to say this, I feel like we have the least in common".

Going on to detail her so-called abduction, India continued: "I went to bed and I had this dream that I had actually been abducted, taken away, all sorts going on.

I think he'll definitely win it", she said.

Friday evening was the first eviction of the series, and both India and Jonny faced eviction after live Face to Face nominations on Tuesday.

Emma Willis asked India whether the outcome would have been different if the men of the house had been in charge of the eviction.

As well as coming out with some bold claims during her time in the house, India has also courted controversy with some of her comments. "Even I got bored of it".

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India Willoughby has claimed sex is more pleasurable for women than it is for men, after candidly speaking about her experiences as a transgender woman.

Friday night's show will see the first celebrity leave this year's show as former Love Island star Jonny Mitchell and broadcaster India Willoughby face the public vote.

Celebrity Big Brother continues nightly on Channel 5.

"I'd never had them before", India insisted. "I'm not an embarrassment on the outside".

The 47-year-old has been a divisive housemate thanks to her, er, love of talking about herself and how she often brings the topic of gender into discussions.

"I do have good bants and I can chat".

Perhaps it was Amanda's remarks to India yesterday that made the newsreader see the error of her ways?

A stunned India said: "Where did that come from?"


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