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BB: Belo out, Horgan-Wallace in

Published 25/06/2015

Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace
Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace

Former Big Brother winner Brian Belo has left the house, paving the way for Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace’s return

The former housemate has returned to the reality show after previous winner Brian Belo left the compound of his own accord earlier this week. He is said to have quit after rowing with fellow returnee Helen Wood, and before entering Aisleyne admitted she won’t be going to near the brunette herself once she’s inside.

“I won’t be approaching Helen as she intimidates me but if I see her targeting someone else I definitely won’t hold back and I will be telling her to know herself,” she said according to British newspaper The Mirror. “I like to call her the spawn of Satan; she is just a b***h and is horrible to everyone.”

Series eight winner Brian clashed on a number of occasions with last year’s victor Helen. And after another showdown between the pair, in which she said he looked like a “murderer” and “a rapist”, the 27-year-old scaled the walls of the house and left.

“Brian Belo has left the Big Brother House. He left of his own accord,” a show spokesperson confirmed. Helen then received an official warning from show bosses.

His departure has paved the way for Aisleyne’s return, and despite her dislike of the reigning champion, the 36-year-old hopes to bring some much needed fun to the house.

“I feel completely honoured. I feel the house is surrounded with a lot of negativity and there is a dark cloud over the house,” she continued. “I want to go in and bring positivity and fun. I feel like it’s my house and I want to bring it back to life."

Aisleyne's return will be seen on Thursday night's episode.

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