While Celebrity Big Brother‘s Roxanne Pallett might have named herself the ‘most hated girl’ in Britain right now following the allegations she made against Ryan Thomas, the UK officially has a new most loved woman.
Emma Willis has been praised to the high heavens for the way she handled her interview with the CBB walk-out, with fans calling for her to be given an OBE for her services to broadcasting.
Is it time to leave her alone? Hit play on the video…
Social media WENT OFF last night after Emma quizzed Roxanne on the “domestic abuse” allegations she made against Ryan Thomas.
Emma pointed out: “You could have ruined him,” which prompted Roxanne to respond: “It’s a lot to deal with. I’m the most hated girl in Britain right now.”
And Emma’s solid interviewing has gone down a storm (pun intended), with the ending, in which she simply removed her earpiece and said “thanks everyone” being branded ‘ICONIC’.
Ryan Thomas’ loved ones were at the forefront, with his brother Adam twin giving a shoutout to Emma’s stone-cold expression.
“All I needed was the look on @EmmaWillis face,” he wrote.
His other brother, Love Island star Scott Thomas, also appeared on CBBOTS with Rylan Clarke-Neal, and thanked Emma for not “sugarcoating” the allegations made against his bro.
Ryan’s girlfriend, former TOWIE star Lucy Mecklenburgh has fiercely supported her man throughout the whole ordeal and was on social media yet again last night.
She retweeted a tweet from Sam Dowler, who praised Emma’s no prisoners approach compared with Roxanne’s interview on Jeremy Vine.
It comes after she opened up about how tough it has been watching her boyfriend suffer.
More stars, including Geordie Shore’s Holly Hagan, praised Emma’s approach, with the lass writing: “Massive respect for @EmmaWillis right now.”
And plenty more iconic tweets came from grateful viewers, take a look at the best ones…
During the interview, Emma asked Roxanne if she thinks she will have a career after this, which makes us want to highlight the point that Roxanne is now facing unimaginable consequences for her mistake.
Yes, she was wrong, and she’s admitted it. It’s time to leave her alone now.