Celebrity Big Brother SPOILER: 'The house is happier to have me': Smug Jonny Mitchell admits housemates were glad to see India Willoughby go over him... as he grows tearful
He survived the first public vote of the series, which saw India Willoughby make her exit after just a week in the house.
And now Celebrity Big Brother's Jonny Mitchell has admitted that he thinks the house is a happier place after he stayed over India, while struggling to hold back the tears after being saved.
In a clip released ahead of Saturday's show, Jonny spoke in the diary room about his delight at surviving the first eviction, though he also admitted that the house would be a better place now India was gone.
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Emotional: Celebrity Big Brother's Jonny Mitchell admitted the house was happy to see India Willoughby go in a clip ahead of Saturday's show
He said: 'It was just instantly emotional. I had already got a bit crackly just from hearing people shout 'Jonny.' I wanted to do it respectfully but I could tell people were just like happy that I was staying.
'I don't know when the last time I spurted a tear was but I didn't think it'd be on live TV that's for sure.
'If I'm totally honest, I don't wanna sound harsh but I think the House is happier to have me here,' he continued.
Safe: In a candid diary room chat, Jonny admitted he did not expect to get so emotional after being saved
Candid: He said: 'I wanted to do it respectfully but I could tell people were just like happy that I was staying'
Touching: He added: 'I don't know when the last time I spurted a tear was but I didn't think it'd be on live TV that's for sure'
'India just happened to have caused a row on her first day, which no-one forgot about and I just didn't cause any rows and that's the difference.
'It can be the difference between having one run-in and no run-in at all, because on the outside world, you'd probably brush it off and move on with your life but in here you've got every single little thing.
'Because we all get on, you have to scrutinise even the little things which don't mean s**t.'
Fiery: 'India just happened to have caused a row on her first day, which no-one forgot about and I just didn't cause any rows and that's the difference,' he continued
Survivor: Jonny was saved from the first public vote-off of the series on Friday night
Meanwhile, another clip showed the housemates were also pitted against each other in a hilarious task, which aimed to prove whether women are better at communication than men.
The groups of boys and girls can be seen donning blindfolds, headphones and mouth covers in a bid to communicate the correct image to be painted on an easel.
John Barnes attempts to replicate a fish to very little success, while Ann Widdecombe took on the embodiment of a ballet dancer.
Hilarious: Another clip also showed the housemates taking part in a Boys vs. Girls task
Pass it on: The task aimed to prove whether women were better communicators than men
Creative: The groups of boys and girls can be seen donning blindfolds, headphones and mouth covers in a bid to communicate the correct image to be painted on an easel
They don't get it! Ann Widdecombe took on the embodiment of a ballet dancer, to little success
Malika Haqq shouted that hers was a 'baby bird' with India's hilarious gestures hinting that that was not the correct answer.
This week sees a power flip in the house as the men take charge, assigning the women roles to complete the household chores.
The men will be the ones to nominate later this week, which will result in a double eviction on Friday.
Celebrity Big Brother continues tonight at 10:30pm on Channel 5 (or catch it first at 9pm on 5Star).
Frustrating: India struggled to keep her cool as she performed one of the characters, which Malika Haqq struggled to get
No clue: Daniel O'Reilly was tasked with painting one of the images blindfolded
Confusing: Ginuwine also struggled to get to grips with describing the image, which he had to do without speaking
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