Celebrity Big Brother fans’ hysterics as Ann Widdecombe wrongly thinks she’s been evicted

CELEBRITY Big Brother fans couldn’t stop laughing at Ann Widdecombe when she believed she’d been evicted during tonight’s show.

The former Tory MP got confused and thought she’d been voted out when she’d actually been saved.

 Ann Widdecombe wrongly believed she'd been voted out of the Celebrity Big Brother house tonight

Ann Widdecombe wrongly believed she’d been voted out of the Celebrity Big Brother house tonight

On hearing Emma Willis call her name, Ann threw her arms in the air and started cheering.

But her grin soon turned into a frown as one of her co-stars told her she’d actually be staying in the show.

Viewers thought her faux pas was hilarious, with one writing: “That was the best moment of the series!”

Another said: “Laughin so hard at Ann celebrating coz she thought she was gone!”

 She cheered and whooped with joy - but it soon stopped when she was told she'd actually been saved

She cheered and whooped with joy – but it soon stopped when she was told she’d actually been saved

A third wrote: “Ann thought she was evicted lol!”

Ann was saved alongside Andrew Brady and Rachel Johnson was the first star to be taken out of the house in the double eviction.

Rachel said to Emma afterwards: “I was ready to come out.

“It’s the funniest thing I’ve ever had but it was up and down.”

 Rachel Johnson was the first housemate to leave during tonight's double eviction

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Rachel Johnson was the first housemate to leave during tonight’s double eviction

 Ann was saved alongside Andrew Brady

Ann was saved alongside Andrew Brady

Ann, 70, retired from politics at the 2010 general election and has appeared on TV and radio in her retirement.

As well as starring in Celebrity Big Brother she’s appeared on a number of reality TV shows including Strictly Come Dancing.

She also fronted her own series, Ann Widdecombe to the Rescue, acting as an agony aunt and also served as question master on a Sky quiz show called Cleverdicks.


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