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Friday 29 August 2014

Georgia's crude language on live tv as Big Brother turns sour for her

GEORGIA salpa's dalliance with reality tv is turning into a bit of a disaster.

First she bleated on about how Ireland is too small for her, now she's been using crude language.

Georgia, who likes her nice girl image, boasted on television about how she "s**gged" Calum Best.

It's hardly the kind of language which will endear her to the dads of Ireland who had taken the products' model to their hearts.

Meanwhile, Calum Best may be suffering from a bruised ego after his ex-girlfriend Salpa brushed off their romance as a simple fling.

Even he called her "crass" after she revealed that the pair romped after meeting on Celebrity Salon.

He is fuming over comments made by Georgia (26) on Celebrity Big Brother.

Georgia didn't mention the fact that she dated Calum for five months, preferring to describe her dalliance as: "I met Calum Best at another reality TV show, liked him and s**gged him."

She faces eviction from the house.

She is up against Pineapple dance Studio star Andrew Stone after five housemates voted for her to face the boot.

Georgia's comments about Calum came during a task in which each housemate was asked to link themselves to another by the reason they were famous.

Georgia put herself beside the sign 'slept with a reality star'.

When asked to explain the story, Georgia didn't mention that she and Calum (30) were in a relationship, despite enjoying romantic holidays together in Italy, Miami and Jamaica as well as doing a full spread for VIP magazine in the five months they were together.

Just minutes after the episode aired, Calum took to his Twitter to defend their relationship, accusing Georgia of being insensitive.

"That's not how it was," he wrote. "It was a relationship and if she needs to be that crass about it so be it."

And he didn't stop there, Calum continued to defend their short-lived romance. When an internet user accused the pair of just being together for a "publicity stunt" Calum replied: "No, we dated."

Soon Calum took his rant about Georgia off his social networking page and told fans that he wished the leggy model the best of luck with the rest of the competition. Calum refused to comment further to the Herald, saying: "Nothing will be coming from me."

But a source close to the star told the Diary that he was shocked by Georgia's attitude.

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