Big Brother viewers finally discovered the truth behind this week’s ‘fight night’ which saw the show’s live stream yanked off air.
During Friday’s show Paul, 23, exploded in a foul-mouthed rant as he clashed with fellow housemates Trish, 33, and Noky, 26, leaving the latter in tears.
After missing out on an invitation to Yinrun’s party which she won following a secret task, a fuming Paul lost him temper and even flashed his bare bottom the carefree revellers saying: Your little d**khead party, I’m sick of it!’.
After throwing things from the balcony he headed downstairs and threatened to tip away two cocktails, before hitting out at Noky.
Paul furiously asked what she was ‘staring at’ before branding her ‘weird’ and while his rival played it cool, she eventually broke down in tears following the confrontation.
Drama: Big Brother viewers finally discovered the truth behind Thursday’s blazing row and Paul’s foul-mouthed outburst which saw the show’s live stream yanked off air
Moon: During Friday’s eviction night the dramatic scenes saw the security officer, 23, flashing his bare bum as he clashed with fellow housemates Trish, 33, and Noky, 26, leaving the latter in tears
Later defending her pal Trish branded Paul a ‘bully’ and slammed him saying he ‘liked scaring people’.
‘How am I a bully? You don’t scare me you little weirdo’ he exclaimed, before going on to say he was ‘being belittled’.
Unfazed Trish continued to enjoy the party and did the limbo as she shouted: ‘You’re a bully! You are a bully!’.
Following the tense exchange things only appeared to get worse as the house became even more divided and the rival groups drifted further apart.
The rival groups were separated and locked in separate rooms in a bid to keep Paul and Noky from each other.
Security were on standby with Paul finally calming down after being locked up for over an hour.
A source told the publication: ‘Everyone talks about Fight Night in 2004 but no one expected this year’s sanitised cohort to be a contender for Fight Night 2.0.
Tension: After throwing things from the balcony he headed downstairs and threatened to tip away two cocktails, before hitting out at Noky (pictured)
Clashing: Paul furiously asked what she was ‘staring at’ before branding her ‘weird’ and while his rival played it cool, she eventually broke down in tears following the confrontation
Tough cookie: Later defending her pal Trish (pictured) branded Paul a ‘bully’ and slammed him saying he ‘liked scaring people’
Emotion: Noky later broke down in tears in the diary room
‘Big Brother acted fast to stop things becoming physical and pulled the rival groups apart, locking one half in the bedroom.
‘Security were on standby but luckily a lock and key was enough to stop things becoming physical’.
MailOnline have contacted ITV for comment.
Later in the episode Paul alongside Dylan became the latest housemates to be evicted from the show in a double eviction.
The pair faced the wrath of the live audience and were booed even before their names were announced by hosts AJ Odudu and Will Best.
Exit: Later in the episode Paul (pictured) alongside Dylan became the latest housemates to be evicted from the show in a double eviction
Bye: The pair were both booed by the audience ahead of their names being announced by hosts AJ Odudu and Will Best (Dylan pictured)
Glamour: Host AJ Odudu looked sensational in a skin tight sparkly jumpsuit (pictured with co-presenter Will Best)
Hot stuff: The outfit hugged every inch of her jaw-dropping figure
Paul emerged from the house to face the fuming crowd just 24-hours after his foul-mouthed outburst which saw the show’s live feed yanked off air.
Next Dylan, 39, took the walk of shame but managed to put on a brave face saying had been ‘expecting it’.
Again greeted by boos host Will attempted to reassure the DJ saying: ‘It’s all a pantomime’.
HOW WOULD YOUR FRIENDS DESCRIBE YOU? ‘Loud and messy, and irritating probably.’
WHAT ARE YOU MOST LIKELY TO GET NOMINATED FOR? ‘I think I might potentially offend some people. My mouth moves faster than my brain.’
PROFESSION: Stay-at-home mum
WHAT WOULD YOU DO WITH THE PRIZE MONEY IF YOU WON? ‘I think my first priority is to sort out my housing situation. The housing crisis is just ridiculous and my housing situation has been unstable. It brings me a lot of mum guilt because I’ve got a young child. It’s my biggest incentive and motivation to win.’
WHAT ARE YOU MOST LIKELY TO GET NOMINATED FOR? ‘Being cantankerous and acting as if I don’t want to be there even if I do in my heart. They might nominate me for being disengaged perhaps or not paying everyone an equal amount of attention. They may feel left out but I can’t help that.’
TELL US AN INTERESTING FACT ABOUT YOURSELF: ‘I appeared on a TV show called The Last Leg about amputees – two years before I lost my leg!’
WHAT MADE YOU APPLY TO BECOME A BIG BROTHER HOUSEMATE? ‘I love challenges. I’ve had so many amazing times in my life, like going to Miss Universe as Miss Great Britain. I like to do something different and I think this is the next challenge I want to conquer. I want to show people what pageant girls are really like and disprove a lot of stereotypes around them. I also show what it’s like being a woman who’s worked in male- dominated fields. I want to show that women are capable of doing anything they want.’
PROFESSION: Security officer
WHAT ARE YOU MOST LIKELY TO GET NOMINATED FOR? ‘Being the biggest wind up, eating all the food and being the loudest housemate.’
PROFESSION: Customer support agent
WHAT PART OF THE EXPERIENCE ARE YOU MOST LOOKING FORWARD TO? ‘I’m most excited about being surrounded by so many people from different walks of life. I don’t think I will ever live in a house again with so many different kinds of people. I’m from China and I think it will help me be more immersed in British culture.’
PROFESSION: Dental therapist
WHAT ARE YOU MOST LIKELY TO BE NOMINATED FOR? ‘Probably just for being annoying. In Wales, we have this saying, “I’ll do it now in a minute.” So like, if I went to make food and I left a dish on the side, I have all good intentions of washing it but I’d be like, “I’ll do it now in a minute,” and it might be three hours later before I do it. So probably for silly stuff like that.’
FROM: Isle Of Man
HOW WOULD YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY DESCRIBE YOU? ‘They would say I’m quite like a lucky person or someone who really wants to experience life to its fullest and do everything that it has to offer. Someone who is kind and fun and doesn’t take life too seriously.’
PROFESSION: Food writer
HOW WOULD YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY DESCRIBE YOU? ‘I think they would say I’m particularly sociable and very chatty. I mean, I’ll be honest, my parents would definitely say I’m a bit of a snob but I take it as a compliment. I think it means you’ve got high standards and good taste. They’d say I was quite a peculiar child.’
WHAT ARE YOU MOST LIKELY TO GET NOMINATED FOR? ‘I think when people are in that hangry state, that’s when I’ll wind people up and grind their gears. I think they’ll nominate me for being full on, and for my brutal honesty and oversharing of opinions.’