Patsy Kensit defends being a peacemaker: “I’m a very different person to who I was ten years ago”
Patsy Kensit became the third housemate to be evicted from the Big Brother house and received a mixed response of boos and cheers from the waiting live audience. The blonde actress, 46, insisted that she was “thrilled” to get the boot because she wanted to get home and away from the ego clashes in the house. In her eviction interview with host Emma Willis, Patsy explained that she had been shocked over the speed that housemates were fighting so she steered clear.
Patsy Kensit talks to Emma Willis
“Literally day two, it went crazy!” she said, before adding: “I’m really happy to be out.” Patsy, who is no stranger to rock and roll having been married to Liam Gallagher, is more about ‘peace and love’ these days, which was a recurring theme in her ‘best bits’. “You can fight with the world every day if you choose to, but I’m a very different person to who I was ten years ago…there were a lot of egos clashing and I didn’t want to go there,” she said. Patsy also stood her ground as she said: “I do have strong opinions but I didn’t go in there to change anyone…The war is over for me now, thank God!”During her interview with the CBB host, Patsy admitted she felt being tee-total also excluded her from the group.“I’m not drinking so I’m not getting involved with that kind of stuff,” she explained.
Patsy Kensit reacts after her she is evicted
When Patsy was 33, she sought treatment to deal with her issues to “remain clean”, with her agent releasing the statement at the time saying: “She has been taking therapy from Narcotics Anonymous for drugs and alcohol but has been clean now for almost a year. The therapy is ongoing.”At the time, Patsy admitted that her behaviour had got out of hand and she wasn’t “proud” of herself.”I’m not proud of it,” she said,” according to MailOnline. “That’s not me now. I’d had seven years of bad behaviour – s*x, drugs, infidelity, failed marriages, you name it. There were periods in my life when I was doing recreational bad things, but not now. Sometimes I hang my head in shame.”