EMMA Willis was praised by Big Brother fans after she gave a stormy reception to the most hated woman in the UK, Roxanne Pallett.
Pallett outraged Britain after she accused Corrie’s Ryan Thomas of ‘Assualt’ and ‘Punching Her Like A Boxer’ last week after a play fight.
The tabloids resonated our anger and laid into the former Emmerdale star, with TWENTY former castmates expressing a feeling of ‘Karma’ after she was accused of similar incidents throughout her career.
Ryan’s partner Lucy Meck even accused Roxy of being ‘Mentally Unstable.’ and demanded she be removed after the disgusting trivialisation of a Domestic Violence.
Ryan was given a formal warning from BB after the alleged encounter, after Roxanne demanded he was removed from the infamous house, but she continued to claim Ryan was “lying” until she removed herself from the Big Brother compound on Saturday.
In a pre-recorded interview, Emma revealed that they showed Roxy the incident, and a time line of the events in between the play fight and her walk.
Willis, 42, said: “It seemed like it was all blown out of proportions – it was totally different when you re-enacted it to Ben.”
Roxanne hit back: “It hurt. I can’t prove a feeling, no one can. The more I thought about it, it was heightened, and I convinced myself he did that.”
Emma thought what the rest of Britain was thinking and said “how can watching the episode change the way you feel?.”
Roxy said: “I’m more shocked at myself than anyone. I need to go away and think, ‘Why did I use humour?’
“I saw what every person saw and [I don’t blame anyone for their reactions.”
Emma continued her tough interview and asked why Roxanne didn’t approach the subject straight away with Ryan, considering she had previously raised issues with Hardeep and approached him.
Roxy ducked the grilling and said she “asked herself” the same question.
Emma attacked and said: “Can you imagine if those cameras weren’t there – you would have ruined somebody.”
“You have the luxury of time, perspective, some might say research, and it seems some people aren’t buying your apology.”
Roxanne agreed, sharing: “I agree, if I’d have been at home I would have felt the same.”
Emma asked if she believed her own story, to which the former CBB housemate explained she did.
“That’s quite worrying though, Roxanne,” Emma added.”
Roxanne apologised profusely for what happened, saying she is “gutted” over the fallout from the previous few days.
She went on: “I’m the most hated girl in Britain right now.
“It’s the title I feel everyone’s giving me at the moment and all I can do is own it, accept it, and apologise.
“Everyone that I’ve affected by such an enormous reaction that could’ve been devastating for him.
“All I can say is I’m devastated and I’m sorry.”
Emma thanked the crew, and sassily unplugged her earpiece as Roxy’s career went down the drain.