However, we already know that most of the male housemates had been watching the series before entering, so perhaps they were checking social media too?
"I'm a woman, right", Willoughby says.
Boyzone's Shane Lynch joined in telling Willoughby: "You're kind of on a defence mechanism all the time as opposed to, I'll give you a great example of what Shane (Jenek) is, he's very fluid with his this is why, so he's educational".
Looking aghast, Apprentice star Andrew Brady questioned what "job" she was talking about to which she referred a chore she asked him to do earlier in the day.
The first eviction will take place on Friday 12th January, with the female celebrities revealing during Tuesday's episode their nominations for who they want to leave the house. I understand the term, but I don't get the statement?'
"I do feel women like me have been sort out drowned out by the LGBT narrative".
Viewers also saw India's reaction to the news that she was up for eviction, along with Jonny Mitchell, after she received more nominations than any other contestant.
And on last night's show, she compared drag to blackface and said it was offensive to her.
The interaction began when Willoughby, who is a transgender broadcaster in the United Kingdom, asked Ginuwine, a D.C. native, if he would date a transgender woman. For me I have only been a women but it's clear I can only be a woman with carevets.
Following the nominations Courtney Act (Jenek) said to India."I feel like you are putting on a fearless face".
Ginuwine responded: "I believe it's your choice and I would choose not to".
As Ashley and Jess discussed Ginuwine's feelings for the MIC star, India was in the Diary Room explaining how she couldn't wait for people to get their claws out.
His co-star, India Willoughby, complained on the show that she was a woman and that therefore Ginuwine should be willing to date her. "I've tried. Guys have chatted me up without knowing my past, but when they find out, they go 'whoa'".
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