Published: 08:00, 11 January 2018 |
Updated: 08:25, 11 January 2018
Former Maidstone and The Weald MP Ann Widdecombe warned "we're starting to lose our cheerfulness" as she defended wolf-whistling on Celebrity Big Brother.
Wednesday night's episode saw the 70-year-old undergo a haircut and makeover at the hands of Kardashian-bestie Malika Haqq and Made in Chelsea star Ashley James.
Pleased with her new look, took to the diary room after receiving a wolf-whistle from former Apprentice contestant Andrew Brady.
The Brexiteer took to the diary room to give her thoughts on the whistle, saying: "It's supposed to be totally sexist to wolf whistle but it isn't you know. It's a compliment."
"It's just a cheery expression of appreciation.
"We're starting to lose our cheerfulness about everything because we're so miserable about everything.
"I mean, a woman who's going along, maybe a bit down and all the rest of it and suddenly some building workers start wolf whistling - cheers her up no end."
Despite the new hair and make-up, viewers were left baffled later in the episode after cameras spotted her wearing a handbag during the live-nominations and afterwards speaking to Andrew Brady.
One viewer tweeted: "Someone please tell me why Ann got a bag inside the #CBB house like if she’s allowed to go out to Westfield and get some new clothes & makeup."
Another asked: "Why is #CBBAnn waltzing around the house with that hand bag swung over her shoulder?! Where does she think she's going? What is she carrying in there?! I need answers!"
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