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Stephanie Davis slams Marnie Simpson and Lewis Bloor's 'fake' romance

The former Hollyoaks star found love with male model Jeremy when they appeared on the celebrity version of the reality show last year (16).

Stephanie Davis has accused Marnie Simpson and Lewis Bloor of copying her and Jeremy McConnell by trying to forge a relationship inside the Big Brother house.

The former Hollyoaks star found love with male model Jeremy when they appeared on the celebrity version of the reality show last year (16). Geordie Shore beauty Marnie and The Only Way Is Essex hunk Lewis followed in their footsteps by embarking on a romance in the new series later that year. Despite an on-off relationship, Stephanie and Jeremy, who share son Caben-Albi, have managed to go the distance, while Marnie called time on her romance with Lewis after he was caught cheating on her.

And in her debut column for the Daily Mirror newspaper, Stephanie said Marnie and Lewis broke up because they had attempted to find love for the wrong reasons.

"If you're doing it for the wrong reason it won't last. Loads of people have tried to copy us since, just look at Marnie Simpson and Lewis Bloor! They were trying to copy me and Jez so badly that you could just see through it - and look what that happened," she wrote. "Now, I wouldn't change what Jeremy and I have, or how we met. It's made us who we are, and I love that."

The new series of Big Brother kicked off on Monday night, with a bunch of new hopefuls all aiming to make a name for themselves on the programme. The first romance of the house looks as though it's going to be between Lotan Carter and Ellie Young, who shared a steamy kiss on Wednesday night's episode of the show, but Stephanie had some advice for the fledgling couple.

"What I will warn all these girls and boys is that it's so much harder on the outside," she added. "You need to keep your feet on the floor, or things could go awry - your friends and family can't be traded for anything."

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