Angie Bowie quits Celebrity Big Brother

"After being unwell for a few days, Angie Bowie has chose to leave the Celebrity Big Brother House", a Channel 5 spokesperson told Newsbeat. "His exit will appear in tonight's show on Channel 5 at 9pm".

'Oh my god! Thank you so much!', she kept repeating as she bade farewell to her shocked housemates.

In the video above you'll see Angie quit CBB due to ill-health. She just told me that you were dead.

Despite Big Brother's concerns that it was the "middle of the night" and that things "had to be put in place", Angie said: "Get me a vehicle and let me be gone, if you want to be cheap get me an Uber". "[I said] I'm fine not to do the show, [but they said] you will always be fed, you can opt out of any tasks". "I don't want to be there and get anxious and claustrophobic and freak out about it". It's all I was praying for, the arguments got so vicious in the house.

It comes after the TV personality spent some time in a separate room in the house to recover from an illness.

Pollard then went on to tell others the mistaken news about Gest - and she accused Bowie of playing a twisted prank after learning the truth.

Kristina Rihanoff has been evicted from Celebrity Big Brother
Channel 5/Celebrity Big Brother Kristina Rihanoff has been evicted from Celebrity Big Brother

But before leaving, David had some important advice to give to fellow housemate (and former Mr Ireland) Jeremy McConnell.

She said: "It's [the eviction] all I was praying for for the past couple of days".

Angie Bowie is on Celebrity Big Brother in the UK.

Although John has seemingly become less popular recently thanks to a spat with Gemma Collins - the whole crowd at the live eviction were yelling "Get John out" - it was Kristina who was booted off.

When most people are booted out of the Celebrity Big Brother house their loved ones are there to greet them.

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