The Channel 5 presenter has been called out for her CBB interviews once again following Heavy D's eviction...
Emma Willis has already experienced criticism during this series of Celebrity Big Brother, and it seems that her eviction interview also caused quite a stir last night.
Last night Heavy D became the latest housemate to leave the CBB house.
The Storage Hunters contestant received the least public votes against TOWIE‘s Lewis Bloor, this year’s most controversial housemate Stephen Bear and Mob Wives’ Renee Graziano.
There were boos, there were booms (obvs) and there was, of course, an exit interview with Emma.
The Channel 5 presenter began by telling him, ‘I’m gonna have to be the school teacher and enforce a boom ban.’
Of course, this was a reference to the earlier Big Brother School task which saw all of the housemates don a school uniform. It’s safe to say that Heavy struggled to refrain from using his catchphrase.
Heavy D, real name Colin, told Emma, ‘It was a shock. I just thought I was a laugh and that the public would like that.
‘But I’ve had a great time. I was confident I’d win, maybe it was a false sense of security.’
He continued, ‘Maybe they thought I went too far with the wind ups. I thought it was all in good taste.
‘I went into boominator mode. I thought the public would like a bit of boominator. Maybe it was the booms that got to them.’
But it didn’t take long for social media to start criticising Emma’s interview style once again.
Others were quick to defend her:
Emma’s name soon became a trending topic, but she wasted no time in breaking her social media silence.
Taking to Instagram, the 40-year-old posted a selfie with the audience along with the caption: ‘Tonight’s awesome audience… Thanks for always being up for it… #cbbuk’.
Oh, we love you Emma.