HELPING OUT Levi Roots defends Louis Walsh as he reveals secret feud with CBB co-star and brands them ‘evil’ in shock rant

LEVI Roots has defended Louis Walsh on Big Brother Late And Live after his eviction.

The celebrity chef was the first star to be evicted from the Celebrity Big Brother house on Friday’s double elimination.

Levi Roots opened up on the dynamics in the Big Brother house

Levi Roots opened up on the dynamics in the Big Brother houseCredit: ITV

He opened up on the secret feud with David Potts

He opened up on the secret feud with David PottsCredit: ITV
Levi was the first housemate to be axed by the public on Friday’s instalment of the hit ITV series.

He received the least amount of votes from the public as he faced off against the likes of David Potts and Fern Britton.

The star then made his was to properly face AJ Odudu and Will Best for a grilling in front of a live studio audience.

This was when he decided to defend the former X Factor judge after he received the most nominations from the rest of the house.

Louis was previously labelled as the ‘laziest’ housemate for not helping out with the washing and cleaning up.

But Levi said that he felt someone else was far lazier than the fellow TV personality.

He explained: “I think David was the most laziest person, Louis is an old man.

“I wouldn’t have expected Louis to be washing up plates, it’s not fair, but falling asleep, he was tired all the time, and all that kind of stuff, so I think it was a really cop out to use Louis, it wasn’t laziness.”

He then went onto reveal a secret feud with Ibiza Weekender star David, whom he also labelled as ‘flaccid’.

Reflecting on his time in the band, the chef exclaimed: “I always thought of David in my mind as the flaccid member

“I do think if there was anyone who divided the house it was David. I think with the cooking and the flood, he was the greediest person in there and he ate all the food.”

“He picked up on the fact I had not had a conversation with him about his background. That was a cop out. I think he thought that I was a bit of a danger.”

He also called his co-star “evil” as he accused him of “leading the narrative” inside the house.

“I think David has got to be the most evil because he is leading the narrative in the house, I’m not saying that’s a bad thing but if it has to be said, it’s him,” he added.

The star made his way to the Late And Live studio to face AJ Odudu and Will Best

The star made his way to the Late And Live studio to face AJ Odudu and Will BestCredit: itv

Levi rushed to the defence of Louis Walsh in front of a live studio audience

Levi rushed to the defence of Louis Walsh in front of a live studio audienceCredit: ITV

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