Sarah Harding demands contact with her agent after hearing Celebrity Big Brother chants
Sarah Harding had another rant on Celebrity Big Brother after learning her fellow housemates thought her budding romance with Chad Johnson was fake.
Sarah Harding was seen demanding contact with her agent on Wednesday night's (16Aug17) Celebrity Big Brother, after hearing chants from the audience demanding her exit from the house.
The former Girls Aloud singer has had anything but an easy ride on the Channel 5 reality show, and has sparked concern with her frequently bizarre behaviour, often fuelled by alcohol.
Sarah, a former alcoholic, has also embarked on a fledgling romance with The Bachelorette hunk Chad Johnson, despite having a boyfriend on the outside.
And it seems all these factors have made viewers all the more keen for Sarah to get out of the house and back into the outside world, as they began chanting "Get Sarah Out" during Jordan Davies' live eviction on Tuesday night.
Sarah's reaction to the chanting was shown on Wednesday's show, with the 35-year-old seen marching into the diary room and immediately requesting a phone conversation with her agent the next day.
However, Big Brother didn't budge as he told her: "As you are aware, housemates aren't permitted to have contact with the outside world."
It's not only viewers that are unsure about the validity of Sarah and Chad's budding romance.
Earlier in the episode, Brandi Glanville pulled Chad to one side to tell him the rest of the house thought that he and Sarah were "fake".
Unimpressed, Chad replied: "Everyone should mind their business. It doesn't have to be s**t talk all the time. Saying its bulls**t and fake. I just want to f**king hang out (with everyone)."
Sarah was later told about Brandi's conversation with Chad and addressed the situation with Paul Danan. When Paul said he didn't think that, Sarah refused to believe him, launching into another rant: "I feel like I've been persecuted and branded a fake, so what's the point in me being here if everyone's hating on me? I don't want to be intimidated.
"I didn't come here for any drama, I feel like every thing I do I hit a brick wall, I wish people would give me a break."
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