Julian Clary appeared on Loose Women this afternoon to talk a little more about his Celebrity Big Brother experience.
Looking hot in a gorgeous pink suit, tie and shoes the camp comedian gave away some details CBB viewers didn’t get to see when the show was on TV.
Julian was, of course, first asked about his close friend in the house Julie Goodyear. He said he misses their midnight chats and also revealed he could see trouble brewing with her from the start. He explained:
“I was concerned when she was ‘nana Julie’ to everyone. I thought ‘Oh, it’s going to be difficult to keep this going forever.’ As the pressures build I could see her getting upset and that upset me.”
Asked if she or others had a game plan, he speculated:
“You lose all sense of perspective in the house. No matter how strong you are. There’s lots of talk about people having a game plan, but you can’t.”
More and more information is now seeping through and apparently we were never shown that it was Julian who tried to keep Jasmine Lennard calm and relaxed during the days of her breakdown and keep the mood light, so she wouldn’t erupt again.
During the interview Julian just said matter of factly:
“It’s in my nature to [keep people calm]. I couldn’t believe it when Jasmine had her real proper screaming fits. So I spoke to her and I said: ‘how often on the outside does this happen to you?’ Just out interest?
And she said ‘Oh, once a month’. She is one of those people who let’s it all out. She doesn’t bottle it all in.”
Surprisingly Jasmine seems to be actually grateful of Julian’s care. In fact he’s the only one of her housemates whom she’s never insulted. Today she sent one of her rare sweet nice tweets to him saying:
“Could @JulianClary look any more fabulous in that pink suit?! love it. X”
“I didn’t show it all. I did go into the Diary room and had my own quiet breakdown.”
Surprisingly Julian revealed that, while other housemates that sacrificed goods during the God’s and Mortal tasks had their items returned after the task, he never got his back.
“When we were Gods and Mortals I had to forfeit six complete outfits, including the shoes and the jackets and everything and they never gave them back until I came out of the house.”
Julian also revealed why he spent most of his days cleaning. Frankly because the house is filthy 24/7.
“The bedroom is smaller then it looks and absolutely filthy,” and boiling hot according to fellow housemate Martin Kemp. “They gave us the hoover for half an hour for the whole three weeks just to add to the whole psychological pressure. You can’t open the window and the shower, I can’t bare to tell you about that!!”
Despite barely raising his voice, Julian did regret his argument (if you can call it that) with MC Harvey. Saying: “I lost my temper a bit on the last day with Harvey, over his dry-cleaning. And I don’t like losing my temper, but there was just a little sudden flash. I was just teetering on the brink of getting really unpleasant, but I didn’t.”
Obviously Julian was asked about his panic attacks and he revealed he had to be monitored 24 hours a day.
“Because of the claustrophobia. Because they kept hording us into the bedroom and locking the door and then they bring the shutters down and I said I can’t bear to be locked in. So Big Brother assured me that the housemates welfare is paramount, and all I had to do in the night was when I was having a turn was stand by the door and then it would be unlocked. They told me afterwards they had a camera chained on me all night. Some poor soul had to watch me sleep in case I had any type of panic attack.”
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