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Saffia walks out of Big Brother

Saffia Corden
Saffia spent just eight days in the Big Brother house

Saffia Corden has walked out of the Big Brother house just eight days after the Channel 4 show began.

It is not clear why the 27-year-old single mother has quit the series, but she has repeatedly clashed with fellow housemate Sophia Brown.

Scenes of her leaving will be shown on Friday night's show, which will also include the live eviction.

Freddie Fisher, who legally changed his name to Halfwit as part of a task, faces the boot alongside Brown.

Corden, a beauty consultant from Nottingham, left the house after going to the diary room at 2020 BST on Thursday.

Big Brother bosses said her departure would not affect Friday night's eviction.

Fisher and Brown received six votes each when housemates nominated for the first time on Monday.

Dubliner Noirin Kelly was one of those who nominated Fisher saying: "I can't stand the way he talks."

She also nominated Londoner Brown because "she's slagging people and being non pro-active with things in the house and she can kind of be really aggressive as well".

Beinazir Lasharie was voted off the show on Sunday night.

The 28-year-old study support assistant, from London, was booted out after failing to earn housemate status.



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