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Rochester model Kelly Brooks' fiance David McIntosh kicked out of Celebrity Big Brother house

28 August 2014
by Lynn Cox

Kent model Kelly Brook's fiance David McIntosh was the first evictee of Celebrity Big Brother last night.

The former Gladiator star jumped up and down when his name was read out by presenter Emma Willis.

The muscle man did not seem to mind he was leaving the house and his fellow nominees - Gary Busey, Claire King, James Jordan and Kellie Maloney.

David McIntosh when he entered the Big Brother House. Picture Mick GellChannel 5

David McIntosh when he entered the Big Brother House. Picture: Mick Gell/Channel 5

He ran to the doors before doing a dance for photographers and the booing audience.

However, during an interview afterwards, he admitted he was not too pleased to go out first.

His fiancee and former Thomas Aveling School pupil Kelly, from Rochester, took to Twitter to tell the world how happy she was.

She tweeted: "Haha! Those dance moves. Not gonna Lie I am so happy. So many nice tweets and messages!! I've loved watching #CBB Good Luck to the remaining housemates."

Kent model Kelly Brook with boyfriend David McIntosh

Kent model Kelly Brook with boyfriend David McIntosh

Meanwhile, Gillingham-born dancer James Jordan did not think much of Gary Busey's acting skills after the housemates failed this week's shopping task.

The food budget depended on whether or not the Hollywood actor could convince the rest of the group he has a genuine phobia of balloons.

After failing, outspoken James told the movie veteran: "Your job is to convince us you are in that much pain we push the button.

"Your acting wasn't good enough to convince us."

Celebrity Big Brother continues tonight at 9pm on Channel 5.

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