Ryan Thomas won "Celebrity Big Brother" last night, just a few weeks after Roxanne Pallett accused him of physically assaulting her in the Big Brother house.
The actor beat U.S. actress Kirstie Alley to win the Channel 5 show in Monday night's live final. Online: "Roxanne Pallett will be in Celebrity Coach Trip".
"'To me, her interviews with Emma and Jeremy seemed like a performance and something she knew she needed to do. Ryan we are coming to get you!"
Former Emmerdale star Adam, 30, said on Monday morning: "Today is the day. finally get the big bro home!" That looks like he didn't even make contact.
The star admitted she had struggled to adjust to the house at first, thinking she was "going to go mad" on the third day, but was now keen to return to the United Kingdom for more work opportunities. "She was always playing up to the camera".
Roxanne later said she "massively apologised" on TV, to which Lucy responded she didn't feel it was a genuine apology. He fought back tears as he was told how the public supported him through the Roxanne Pallett punch scandal.
The incident: Kirstie was also shown the footage of the incident and said: "That was it?!"
While talking about the incident, he was grilled over whether he would meet up with Roxanne for "a cup of tea" to hash out their issues, however he ruled out the meeting and admitted his focus was seeing his daughter Scarlett. Seeing the footage of Ryan in the Diary Room, distressed. It's just a bit odd.
"The whole process, it's tedious".
'There's no element of time and the boredom. everything is heightened. CBB makes headlines and sometimes for the wrong reasons.
During an interview with Channel 5's Jeremy Vine she said: "I massively apologise to Ryan, his friends and fans and every single person who watched that".
"I think that Roxanne's been through a lot. I just wanted out". "I don't want to do that to anyone else".
He told Vine: "I've not seen any of that back".
Following Roxanne's "CBB" accusation, she dubbed herself the "most hated girl in Britain", and quit her radio breakfast show on Minster FM, and her titular role in forthcoming panto "Cinderella".