Celebrity Big Brother continues tonight at 9pm on 5Star.
The singer, who said she didn't say goodbye to her housemates when leaving, wasn't done there yet though.
So, to summarise, Trisha is very glad she left the Big Brother house. Waste of a f***ing vote.
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Is anyone comfortable with the fact that North Korea is building nucleartipped missiles that can hit the United States? The U.S. This is a "fundamentally flawed policy" the United States has been pursuing for four decades, Person added.
After 11 rather eventful days in the CBB house where she cried, had bitter fights with Sam Thompson and Jordan Davies and chose to eat a pizza instead of being spared nomination, Trisha made a decision to leave the Channel 5 show.
Trisha walked out of the last late last night just after the latest eviction.
She went on to explain her decision to leave the house and why she regret walking from the house during a 15 minute video.
However, during CBBBOTS last night, Rylan revealed that the 29-year-old had walked.
"IM FREEEEEE! WORST EXPERIENCE OF MY FUCKING LIFE" Trisha tweeted.
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The comments follow reports that the North has mastered a technology needed to strike the United States with a nuclear missile. Fossil tumbled 25.1% after the watch maker said sales continued to weaken, falling short of analysts' estimates.
"Know I am appreciative of u all, it's what kept me in the house so long", Trisha added.
Looking fed up with the announcement, Paytas clinks glasses with Helen Lederer, while Harding covers her face and says "I knew it".
She has said she regrets leaving the show, telling followers: "Like everything else in my life, I **** things up for myself". "That show is IRRELEVANT".
The first contestant of this series to be ejected, Marissa Jade, was shown the door on Tuesday night, but the four housemates nominated alongside her who had thought they were safe are now in the danger zone again.
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Some market participants say the paring of bearish bets against the Japanese yen has probably added to its gains this week. The FTSE 100 fell by more than 100 points as global investors continued to act on North Korea-related jitters.
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