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CBB: Andrew Brady is evicted from the house

Andrew Brady has become the fourth housemate to be evicted from the Celebrity Big Brother mansion on Friday night.

The Apprentice star punched the air in triumph when he learned his fate and left the Borehamwood house to cheers. 

The 26-year-old was given the boot after finding himself facing the public vote alongside best friend Shane Jenek, Dapper Laughs and Jonny Mitchell.

 

Farewell: Andrew Brady has become the fourth housemate to be evicted from the Celebrity Big Brother mansion on Friday night

Discussing being evicted, he told host Emma Willis: ‘It feels epic. To be part of such a fantastic series. It’s weird because those three weeks feel like three months.’ 

It comes amid claims that Andrew was the lowest ever paid contestant to enter the Celebrity Big Brother house – earning just £10,000 from his stint.

The 26-year-old, who was fired by Alan Sugar in week eight of The Apprentice in November, was reportedly ‘desperate’ to appear on the show and further his TV career. 

Happy: The Apprentice star punched the air in triumph when he learned his fate and left the Borehamwood house to cheers

Happy: The Apprentice star punched the air in triumph when he learned his fate and left the Borehamwood house to cheers

Gone: Discussing being evicted, he told host Emma Willis: 'It feels epic. To be part of such a fantastic series. It's weird because those three weeks feel like three months'

Gone: Discussing being evicted, he told host Emma Willis: ‘It feels epic. To be part of such a fantastic series. It’s weird because those three weeks feel like three months’

‘Andrew was desperate to do more TV after The Apprentice,’ a show insider told The Sun. ‘CBB bosses liked him but weren’t going to blow their budget on him’.

MailOnline has contacted a Celebrity Big Brother spokesperson for comment. 

Brady was reportedly paid less than the previous record holder, Ex On The Beach’s Stephen Bear, who drew in a rumoured £12,5000 in the 2016 series.  

 



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