London, (ANI): Big Brother"s hottest girl Noirin Kelly claims TV bosses have kept the ongoing racism and bullying on the show under wraps to avoid another Jade Goody scandal.
Kelly, who left BB last month, says Channel 4 scrapped the 24-hour live feed to prevent audience from seeing the ugly stuff going on in the show. The Daily Star quoted Kelly as saying: “People have said n****r – but the public would never know. They only see what Big Brother wants them to see. They have the freedom to do whatever they want. So many things have been covered up."
Channel 4 bosses had been making all efforts to make this season of Big Brother the best ever but the revelations made by the Irish beauty may ruin their plans. The hottie from Dublin said: “I used the word n****r speaking about myself – but the producers never said anything to me because I am black. But my boyfriend Isaac said it once about me as a joke and he was instantly dragged to the diary room.
“Channel 4 has become so PC that they are killing the show. Big Brother has become too safe. “It"s like a soap opera rather than a reality show. In life there"s racism, there"s sexism and there"s conflict. Seeing how people deal with that is what makes for interesting TV. Fans want to see the housemates have rows and they want to see how they resolve them. They don"t want to see Big Brother butting in all the time and trying to play God."
Kelly alleged that the 23-year-old Rodrigo Lopes was the biggest bully on the show. “That boy is the biggest bitch and biggest bully in there," she said. “He is favoured in the way the show is edited. It"s supposed to be a reality show yet there"s nothing real," she added.
However, a Channel 4 spokesman said: “The nightly highlights shows are a balanced and fair representation of events in the house and the viewers choose the winner by public vote."