Julie was evicted from the house tonight after the public elected to save Martin Kemp ahead of her and Prince Lorenzo Borghese.
The ex-Coronation Street star left the house to boos after her controversial actions in the house, but finished her post-eviction interview to cheers from all but the most hardened of her detractors.
Julie claimed to not mind the initial boos, and even welcomed them, claiming: "Who wants cheers all the time?"
She then claimed to be more than happy with her stint in the house, saying: "I'm a 70-year-old disabled pensioner - I'm so proud I've done three weeks."
When quizzed on whether she was annoyed that she had been outlasted by house rival Coleen Nolan, she countered: "Not in the slightest, I wish her luck and love."
Julie then spoke of her affection for housemate Julian Clary, who she hopes will win the show on Friday, saying: "He's absolutely fantastic, we hit it off straight away. Kind, caring, funny - he's a friend for life."
When asked why she thought they got on so well, she mused: "Maybe inside here somewhere there's a gay man's brain."
The Celebrity Big Brother live finale will take place on Friday at 9pm on Channel 5.