Big Brother's Bit on the Side
26 June 2012
When a new series of Big Brother starts, it's only matter of time before Aisleyne makes an appearance on a spin-off show
So it was on June 26th that she joined comedian Iain Lee and Actor/writer/director Noel Clarke on the panel on Big Brother's Bit on the Side to discuss the latest events in the House.
When host Emma Willis introduced the panellists, she said "Surviving guns, gangs and glamour was easy compared to 11 weeks in the Big Brother house" as she welcomed "BB legend" Aisleyne (looking as stunning as ever) before starting the debate about how quickly the house had become divided. She asked Aisleyne "Is division inevitable?" "Living with ******s like Conor and Arron it is", Aisleyne replied with her customary forthrightness, as she went on say "The trick is not to be on one side or other, but to be a floater."
Emma's next question to Aisleyne was about the influence on housemates of the chanting crowds on nominations. "Yes, when you're in the house you think of the whole of the UK on the basis of a few morons in the crowd", swiftly adding "no offence" to the studio audience!
Aisleyne also gave her views on the nominated pair Lydia and Deana - she didn't like Lydia and wanted her to be evicted.
She remarked that a young man in the audience sounded just like Amy Childs. He was a little offended, but mainly because he was from Kent and not Essex, rather than any gender issue!
She considered some recent controversial remarks by Conor were completely unacceptable, and supported Noel's contention that he should be kicked out.
Emma then pointed out that Aisleyne was a friend of housemate Sara. Aisleyne said that Sara wasn't a fake person, and wouldn't want to be on one side or the other in any house divide, hence her difficulty with nominating.
At this point Iain interjected with "Sara's boring" - which prompted some good natured "dashing with water" between him and Ash!
All in all, a very sparky edition of the show, thanks in no small measure to Aisleyne's robust and entertaining contributions. We wouldn't expect anything else of course!