On last night’s Celebrity Big Brother, Jemma Lucy called a truce with Paul Danan and Sarah Harding, but I suppose the question is – how long will it last?
From the very beginning, Jemma has been clear in her dislike towards Sarah, derogatively referring to her as ‘that,’ and raising eyebrows by proclaiming she doesn’t have a career.
I feel it necessary to point out that Sarah was part of one of Britain’s most successful girl groups, performing in sold out international tours – she’s had 20 top ten hits, four number ones, several award nominations and a Brit Award under her belt.
There’s no telling what Jemma has under hers, after being ‘annihilated’ on national TV.
In another hypocritical row, Jemma blazed that Sarah is only known for taking a ‘f***load of drugs’ and that she ‘needs to sort her nose out.’
This comes as images circulate the internet of Jemma shovelling white powder up her nose off a friend’s arse, and a kitchen worktop.
Sadly, every series of Big Brother, whether celebrity or civilian, has a villain.
It’s a shame, but with Jemma Lucy turning the majority of the cast against her, and a lot of the things she says being taken out of context or twisted (*ahem* Jordan), Sarah appears to be that villain.
Yes, with Paul Danan and the #PillGate scenario, Sarah didn’t help herself and obviously touched a nerve – but it was out of order for Brandi to throw her under the bus like that.
It was also pretty sickening to watch Jemma’s expression of delight at Paul exploding at Sarah like an angry, but rather awkward, bull.
Reality TV has made flying off the handle at the slightest little thing entirely normal.
It’s a breeding ground for low blows and unnecessary aggression; it’s like watching The Hunger Games, but without the weapons – what are they feeding these people?
Is there something in those troublesome eggs?
I can’t help but feel sorry for Sarah, she’s not used to this game.
Her past demons are looming over her like a dark cloud and while she continues to show her vulnerability, the rest of the house will continue to feed on her.
I would love to see Sarah overcome her obstacles in the house, but in a way, I’d rather see her walk for the sake of her mental health – she has absolutely nothing to prove.