St Albans' Luisa Zissman takes fourth place in Celebrity Big Brother final tonight

Luisa Zissman is last girl standing in Celebrity Big Brother final

Luisa Zissman is last girl standing in Celebrity Big Brother final

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St Albans’ Luisa Zissman has taken fourth place in this year’s Celebrity Big Brother’s grand finale tonight.

It was thumbs down for the Dixie's Cupcakery owner when she walked out to an appropiate theme tune of Salt N Pepa’s ‘Lets talk about sex’ to a mix of boos and cheers from the live audience in tonight’s final showdown at Elstree studios.

The last girl standing Luisa lost out against reality TV star Ollie Lock, former comedian Jim Davidson and N-Dubz rapper Dappy. She told them: “I will see you at the bar.

“Love you boys, make me proud.”

Finally out of the house, Luisa told presenter Emma Willis: “ I cant believe it. I thought I would be out in the first week, I will just be gone, I will be back to work, I will be with my daughter.”
Not one to hold back she added: “I’m very upfront.

“I believe in not being too faced and being up front. If people don’t like it, just do one.”

To which Emma Willis told Luisa: “You have been the best house mate we have ever had.”

Asked whether she thought she had ever crossed the line, Luisa replied: “No. I think I was probably harsh on Ollie. He wouldn’t say boo to a ghost.

“I don’t really care what people think of me. People should go through life that, we would have a lot less hang up if we didn’t care about what people thought about me. 

“I know I get called aggressive a lot and my mum says I am assertive.”

Touching on her changing relationship with Jim, Luisa explained: “Jim thinks that I’ve got barrier up and I am not who I say am and that I am sensitive but I have friends and family who love me, an amazing daughter, a great career- I don’t need anyone else like me and I think that’s why I just don’t care.”

When asked about her highs and lows with in the house with Dappy, Luisa giggled: “I love Dappy, he is so cute.

“I prefer to call him Costas- he is incredibly talented. It wasn’t until he sang when we did the performing task and I was like OMG he really is quite amazing.”

When asked if she fancied him, Luisa grinned: “I like Dappy a little bit. We are very good friends, we live just 5 minutes apart.

“He is so kind hearted and incredibly sensitive.”

Summing up her experience, the raunchy Apprentice runner-up said: “It has been amazing. I am so pleased I did it.”

Luisa’s series highlights include arguments, writhing around in latex, and rule breaking.

St Albans & Harpenden Review: Apprentice runner-up Luisa Zissman enters Celebrity Big Brother house

She found herself in the centre of a shouting match with Dappy during her first week in the house.

The mother-of-one defended a woman’s right to sleep with as many men as she pleases, after Dappy chastised her for her admission that she had once slept with five men in one night, and Evander Holyfield claimed "men and women will never be equal".

A few days later viewers witnessed an outlandish scene when Luisa bragged about her ability to lactate three years after giving birth, before inviting two of her fellow housemates to witness the skill.

Luisa’s standout memory of the house might be her turbulent relationship with Jim though. The pair shared several arguments and during one task, Davidson awarded the Apprentice runner-up with the accolade of "most annoying housemate", which landed Luisa in locked up in a special room with fellow irksome housemate, Lionel Blair.

It was harmony in the house when the final six house mates toasted eachother in their final meal of the series.

Luisa showing her more sensitive side, told her housemates that she had learnt a lot about herself. “ I could be kinder and less bossy occasionally but the biggest thing I have learnt is that you should never judge a book my its cover.

“We all shatter stereotypes.” She said.

More interesting was her change of heart with Jim. She said: “ My biggest learning curve was Jim. You are funny.”

Luisa managed to bag herself a lot of airtime over the last three weeks, and Channel 5 certainly got their money’s worth.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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9:31am Thu 30 Jan 14

fight rates says...

She has done well. Hopefully she has earned enough money to be able to pay the Business rates & rent on her shop. Her St Albans shop is up for rent. Hopefully now she can take it off the market.
She has done well. Hopefully she has earned enough money to be able to pay the Business rates & rent on her shop. Her St Albans shop is up for rent. Hopefully now she can take it off the market. fight rates
  • Score: -12

5:41pm Thu 30 Jan 14

genuineherts says...

What an embarrassment to St Albans this woman is!!!
What an embarrassment to St Albans this woman is!!! genuineherts
  • Score: 7

10:45pm Thu 30 Jan 14

JThomas99 says...

Why do the St. Albans Review persist in running stories on this woman week after week?! Seriously is there nothing else in this City that you can find to report on? Her claim to fame is not winning 2 television competitions she entered and opening a cake shop no one cares about! She is an absolute embarrassment - please stop with this obsession and find find something worthwhile to fill your pages!
Why do the St. Albans Review persist in running stories on this woman week after week?! Seriously is there nothing else in this City that you can find to report on? Her claim to fame is not winning 2 television competitions she entered and opening a cake shop no one cares about! She is an absolute embarrassment - please stop with this obsession and find find something worthwhile to fill your pages! JThomas99
  • Score: 10

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