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Sunday 13 July 2014

Shore star Charlotte wins Celeb BB

Celebrity Big Brother winner Charlotte Crosby leaves the house

Geordie Shore star Charlotte Crosby has been crowned the winner of Celebrity Big Brother.

The 23-year-old reality television personality - who is known for partying - beat 5ive singer Abz Love into second place, and joked that her behaviour was "not acceptable".

She was greeted by lashing rain as she emerged the victor from the famous house - and posed for photographers while holding an umbrella in an attempt to keep dry. When she was announced as the winner, Crosby said: "Oh my God, what the hell?"

As she left the house and made her way down the steps towards host Emma Willis, Crosby repeatedly said: "I'm so scared."

She said she could not believe she had won, "because I just thought everyone hated us".

She also said she thought people would be put off due to her being "unladylike". "It's just so much to take in," she said. "It's just so weird."

Crosby said: "My behaviour's not acceptable really." But she then added that people should "just embrace the fart".

Runner-up Abz described his experience in the house as the hardest thing he had to do in his life, but said he had "so much love" for his fellow contestants.

The boy band star said the antics in the house "were a little bit too much" for him at times.

Lauren Harries, who was born James Harries and began her career appearing as a 10-year-old boy on the Wogan show in 1988, came third. In fourth place was Loose Women panellist Carol McGiffin, while TOWIE star Mario Falcone came fifth and former Coronation Street actress Vicky Entwistle sixth.

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