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Celebrity Big Brother Paula Hamilton Q&A: 'They are all playing games'

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Paula Hamilton arriving at the launch of Celebrity Big Brother 2013

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After press articles about meltdowns, endless stories that annoyed her housemates and boos on launch night, it was no surprise that Paula Hamilton became the first housemate eliminated from this year's Celebrity Big Brother.

Digital Spy joined other journalists for a quick catch-up with the self-confessed "eccentric" earlier today (January 10) to get the lowdown and gossip about her time in the house.

Did you find it tough in the house and are you pleased to have left?
"No, it was a walk and a breeze. I'd have loved to have stayed longer though. What a privilege man, what a great house."

Were you surprised to go in week one?
"If your name's on the bullet!"

What was your favourite moment in the house?
"There are so many good memories. How many do you want? My fondest memory is Rylan giving me his bracelet, which was very sentimental to him. My second moment would be getting an invite to Razor's wedding. I have so many fond memories."

What did you make of Rylan?
"He's genuine, he's lovely, he's funny, he's quick, he's good looking, he's kind, he's gentle, he's caring... when do you want me to stop?"

Celebrity Big Brother, Paula Hamilton, C5

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Was there anyone you didn't get on with?
"No, I really loved the lot of them. They are absolutely gorgeous people."

Even Speidi?
"They are beautiful. I want to have what they have. I want that commitment, that beautiful commitment. They stick together and are just in love."

Did you mind that they nominated you in week one?
"No, what other people think of me is none of my damn business."

Now you've left the house will you be looking for a man again?
"I don't look. They come to me."

Some people wrote that you shouldn't be in the house because of your behaviour in there. Why were you so unhappy at times?
"I'm just eccentric. I'm a bit different. And this is the first winter I've spent in the UK in a decade. I'd just got the winter blues. And I missed my dog. I can't wait to see my dog again."

Paula Hamilton

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Where do you normally spend the winter?
"Guatemala, Mexico, Nicaragua, India. With indigenous tribes, no electricity, no running water. All I have to think about is where can I forage for food, where can I find water."

Would you go back in the house if Big Brother asked you?
"Damn right I would."

Any regrets?
"Not at all. I was just myself."

Do you stand by your comments about Frankie Dettori playing games?
"Definitely, 100%. They are all playing games. We've all got our own games going on. But that just goes over my head because I'm a trusting, loving person."

Was Frankie being cunning putting himself up for eviction?
"Of course. Yes! He's a clever little Italian!"

Day 4: Paula

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Who surprised you in the house?
"I was mostly impressed by Lacey. She's 20. She's only ever had one man. She's a glamour girl! She's got such a kind heart and she's down to earth. And as soon as the couple came in the house, did you notice she stopped showing her bum? Before Heidi and Spencer were there she was happy to walk around in her knickers. But when the couple arrived she was very respectful and covered up. She really impressed me. She's got a lovely bum!"

What can you tell us about your coconut Boris?
"For years and years, I've had Boris. He's got such a lovely little face. It's like having a teddy bear. He just happens to have a lovely face."

Is it a comfort blanket?
"Does a coconut sound comfy? Yeah, I actually use him in the bath as a scrubber. I use him in the bath to rub my skin."

Is there any tension bubbling under in the house?
"I think there might be when two more people come in. There's two more spaces on the wall and we'd sit there looking at them saying, 'Who is coming in?'"

Paula Hamilton arriving at the launch of Celebrity Big Brother 2013

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Who would you have liked to see come in?
"I'd like to see Boy George and Nelson Mandela."

Did you mind that the other housemates bitched about your storytelling?
"It's a compliment mate. I don't live in a box. I don't wait for things to happen. I make things happen. I've had an amazing life and I've squeezed a lot in."

Did the gossiping not upset you then?
"No. It's all a game babes."

Who wouldn't you have wanted in the house?
"Jim Davidson. I've got an unearthly feeling about that guy."

Have you met him?
"Yes. I didn't warm to him. I just thought he was a smarmy git."

Jim Davidson

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Simon Cowell, Viewing Party, X Factor

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What would you have thought if Simon Cowell had been in the house?
"Oh God. I'd have thought, 'How much did they have to pay to get him in!'"

What would Simon Cowell's downfall be in the house?
"Simon doesn't do downfalls."

Celebrity Big Brother continues every night on Channel 5

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