Jonny Mitchell thinks the housemates are happy to see him stay after last night’s Celebrity Big Brother eviction saw India Willoughby leave the house.
The Love Island star pronounced the live show was ‘tense’ but admits he is ‘so happy’ to still be a housemate.
When asked by the Diary room how he felt when Emma told him he was remaining in the house, he said: ‘I don’t wish to sound oppressive but we consider the residence is happy to have me here rather than India.
‘I wanted to do it respectfully but we could tell people were just like happy we was staying and that was nice.’
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He certified to wanting to win the show and told Big hermit he still had some-more to prove.
He said: ‘I don’t know when the last time we spurted a slice was but we didn’t consider it was going to be on live TV.
‘I’m so happy for a accumulation of reasons. One, I know we have some-more to infer here, two I don’t wish to be the first person to be kicked off, we don’t wish to be kicked off at all I’d adore to win it.
The 26-year-old continued: I’d like to conduct my expectations and the suspicion of me being the first one kicked off was almost like totally unpropitious to me even being on here in the first place we competence as good not have even come here.’
Jonny believes that the foe between himself and India was close, and he only stayed since he didn’t means any ‘rows’ while being in the house.
He said: ‘Theres not really much in it really, we were all here with any other any day every day.
‘India just happened to means a quarrel on her first day, which no one forgot about, and we just didn’t means any rows and that’s the difference.
‘On the outward universe you’d substantially brush it off and pierce on with your life but in here you have every singular little thing.
‘Because we all get on you have to scrutinize infrequently even the little things that don’t meant s***, and that’s what happened.’
Celebrity Big Brother continues tonight at 10.30pm on Channel 5.