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Angel: "People didn't understand me"

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Angel has become the fourth housemate to be evicted from the Big Brother house after receiving 81% of the public vote.

The boxer, who lost out to Freddie, left the house to boos and walked slowly down the stairs looking very composed. In a dramatic exit, she hooked her leg over the banister and posed theatrically for photos.

She then sat down with Davina and this week's guests, Anthea Turner and psychologist Peter Collett, to discuss her time in the house.

The highlights of Angel's interview:

On being evicted: "I feel sad a bit. I wish I could stay a bit longer. I failed my mission, to make people do some exercise. Everything comes and goes with this life; money comes and goes, love comes and goes, your body stays with you."

On having a difficult time in the house: "It's okay. I've been in my life through difficult situations. People put pressure on me but I like pressure. The more people push on you the more you resist. I was getting stronger all the time. I've been in my life through much much worse situations. I'm strong enough."

On 'stealing' Siavash's photograph: "I didn't steal it. I was trying to do a picture of everyone in the house. I'm an artist, if you open me there's paint not blood. I will kill for art. Art is inside of me. It's what makes me me."

On her physical appearance: "I don't want to get older. For women, it's painful. I'm trying not to smile after eight o'clock or I'll have wrinkles. For women, it's power to stay beautiful. People won't remember what you say, people remember how you look."

On dribbling when playing the guitar: "Dribbling is just a piece of art. It's how art goes. It was some kind of sperm from my mouth like when you have an orgasm. I'm doing art and getting high, it's like satisfaction."

On saying that Noirin looked "three months pregnant": "Partly I failed because I fell in love slightly. She lied to me many times, 'Yes, I'm training today', she was not. It started to be painful. I was trying to do the last thing to push her to train. I care about people I like."

On leaving the house: "I've failed. I'm going to go home and cry for the next three days. For me it's a bit sad. My mission wasn't complete, my heart was broken."

On Freddie: "I fancied his brain. I could sit and listen to him with my mouth open. I love people who can talk beautifully. I know he built his brain."

On who she wants to win: "I like Charlie, but he's too much into alcohol."

On her regrets: "I regret people didn't understand me."

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