The peace campaigner apparently heckled ex-Conservative MP Sir Leon Britten and the producers were forced to take the unusual step of cutting her contribution out of the show.
She made the confession during a discussion about TV programmes as the housemates waited on the sofas during their pizza task. As the chat turned to the series Two Pints of Lager and A Packet of Crisps, Brian said: "A lot of people are snobbish about TV. A lot of people just like watching Question Time, stuff like that. Let them carry on with that. But if people want to enjoy their lives, Two Pints of Lager... is the [one to watch]."
Carole then surprised the group with her Question Time revelation. "They don't like editing in but they had to," she said, adding that she had interrupted another question which then had to be re-asked. When Liam wanted to know if "you got asked to leave or owt?" she replied that she was warned that she would be removed if she interrupted again.
"Carole getting kicked out of Question Time! Carole, you rebel! How funny is that!" hooted a delighted Brian.
The sexual health worker went on to reveal that she had appeared on a science programme as well as "on the sofas with Lorraine Kelly and Dr Hillary Whatsername".
As the conversation veered off onto TV presenters, Brian piped up: "[Lorraine Kelly] hates this show, doesn't she? My mum read in the paper when I was auditioning and [she] said 'oh, Brian...Lorraine Kelly hates Big Brother, are you sure this is a good idea?' I was like 'mum, [you mean] I should turn down going on Big Brother just 'cos Lorraine Kelly fucking hates it? Get a life!'"
As his fellow housemates burst into laughter, he added: "I do like Lorraine Kelly, she just hates Big Brother."