She arrived in a wave of pink tulle and looked like she was going to be bags of fun.
But after eleven days, Trisha Paytas decided to leave the house after surviving eviction against Karthik Nagesan – this time in a flurry of tears and sequins.
(I kind of called it – see here).
Upset at Paul Danan, Sam Thompson and Jordan Davies – who were caught on camera jumping in hysterics following Karthick’s eviction – she said: ‘They’ve got zero respect for anyone or the process or anything.’
In fact, they were jumping up at the crowds’ cheers of ‘Get Paul out’ but that didn’t stop Trisha making good on her earlier threat to walk if she wasn’t evicted calling some of her housemates ‘f**king arrogant’.
Now, rather than put the experience behind her and hop on the first plane back to the US – the YouTuber has been having a LOT to say about her fellow housemates on Twitter and her YouTube channel.
She’s called Sarah Harding ‘trash’, hinting that the Girls Aloud singer has a secret, taunted the other housemates and even laid into Katie Price.
But that’s why you should’ve stayed, Trisha.
You’re right when you tweeted: ‘I’d rather have my sanity then fame or money any day. NOT WORTH IT.’
And I’m not sure you endeared yourself to many people in the UK when you called us a ‘disgusting country’.
Okay, you said it was a ‘misunderstanding’ and here’s the quote in full: ‘Fake disgusting people, disgusting humans in this house, absolutely gross, disgusting. Literally the grossest people here.
‘And if they are a representation to people in the UK it is disgusting f**king country. Disgusting.’
Fair enough, you didn’t hold back from your fellow housemates inside the house but now you’re out it’s unfair to say these things.
These people have no way of knowing what you’re saying and no right to reply.
Okay, except Katie Price who will no doubt have her say.
Hinting that Sarah Harding has a secret which you might reveal is particularly not cool.
Whatever it is, it is not up to you to reveal it.
And of course, all it is going to do is get people guessing and gossiping.
Katie Price was right though, it is weak to leave the show. Celebs know what they’re signing up for and it doesn’t last forever.
It may have been tough living with people you don’t particularly like – especially when you’re used to having social media at your fingertips with a shitload of followers who all worship you.
But it isn’t the hardest job in the world. There are millions of people working and living in a lot worse situations who are being paid nowhere near as much for the ordeal.
Your UK fans will be disappointed. After all, they voted during two evictions to keep you in the house.
Maybe they’ll get to see you again, as you tweeted tonight that ‘The next U.K. Reality show id do would be @bbcstrictly I got my dancing shoes ready’.
You were melodramatic during your time in the house – but that’s not necessarily a bad thing in Big Brother or Celebrity Big Brother.
It’s a UK expression, but you were a bit like Marmite with viewers.
However, you could also be a lot of fun and had you given yourself more time to settle in the house and worked out whatever issue you had with Sarah (was it over Chad?) maybe you would have enjoyed it.
But we will miss your attention seeking, tantrums and fabulous outfits.
Let’s hope you made the right decision.