CELEBRITY Big Brother’s Malika Haqq has been postulated shield after winning the axe-throwing task.
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star came out on top in the surprising plea and is now protected from eviction.
She has assimilated Jess Impiazzi, Amanda Barrie and Maggie Oliver who are all now defence from the first vote, which is believed to be holding place on Friday.
In scenes which were not shown on tonight’s episode, but instead aired on Bit on The Side, the housemates who don’t have shield battled it out to win another free pass.
Mailka took on Ann Widdecombe, Rachel Johnson, India Willoughby and Ashley James in the task.
They were all seen sitting outward before stepping up to take turns hurling an ave at a vast red and white target.
Ann struggled with the charge as she could not thrown the mattock tough adequate to make it hang on the target, but Mailka excelled.
She was eventually named the leader after getting the hit closest to the bullseye – and Big Brother suggested she had been given the esteem of immunity.
It leaves Ann , Rachel Johnson, India and Ashley James all potentially confronting the open opinion at the finish of the week.
Viewers will have to wait and see if any some-more shield passes are doled out before eviction night.
The first full partial of the new series was full of play as the contestants got stuck into a discuss on women’s issues – wise with the show’s Year of The Woman theme.
The speak incited to the Hollywood sex liaison involving abashed producer Harvey Weinstein and both Ann Widdecombe and Amanda Barrie done some rather controversial observations.
Viewers raged at Ann after she suggested Weinstein’s victims had “a choice”.
The former politician seemed to determine with singer Amanda after she called womanlike stars “stupid” for sleeping with the abashed film writer to win a part.
A series of high-profile actresses went open with claims of abuse by Weinstein and the organisation debated the issue of passionate nuisance in the party industry.
Amanda, 82-year-old, pronounced women are “stupid” to nap with Weistein for a part, saying: “When it comes to the Harvey Weintstein bit we just consider someone should have pronounced ‘listen it’s not really worth it darling, we would rather not get the part’.”
Former politician Ann Widdecombe seemed to determine with her saying: “There was a choice there.”
The women then pushed Amanda to find out if she was ever asked to nap with a executive for a role and she replied: “It was always being indicated.
“If you are foolish adequate to go to bed with somebody since you wish the part… we just don’t get it.”
The comments angry viewers and they flocked to Twitter to impact Ann for suggesting passionate abuse victims had a choice.
One even called for Ann to leave the house, essay : “Disagree with Anne’s comments, ignorant and really not a feminist..please leave #CBB.”
There was serve spectator outrage when viewers detected that nonetheless anecdotist Marcus Bentley was back after blank the launch, his time updates had been scrapped.
Marcus is no longer giving time updates via the episodes and fans have been left devastated.
They flocked to Twitter to announce they will skip the narrator’s iconic time announcements.
One tweeted: “Omg @marcusBBbentley not revelation us the time has thrown me right off!
“I meant the time is bloody large this series but we keep forgetful to demeanour #CBB Gonna skip @marcusBBbentley observant the time #CBB.”
“Sorry, I’m amatory all these changes and the editing, but @marcusBBbentley reading out the time is ICONIC to every British citizen…
“I’m not happy with the skip of it! #CBB.”
A third added: “I skip conference @marcusBBbentley reading the timestamps #CBB.”
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