Big Brother Tracey to return to her cleaning job?
RAVER Tracey Barnard is hoping to go back to her cleaning job after being kicked out of the Big Brother house, according to best friend. The pink-haired eccentric, who lives in The Chequers pub in Fordham, had survived four nominations and lasted 86 days
RAVER Tracey Barnard is hoping to go back to her cleaning job after being kicked out of the Big Brother house, according to best friend.
The pink-haired eccentric, who lives in The Chequers pub in Fordham, had survived four nominations and lasted 86 days in the house, but was eventually evicted from the reality show on Friday.
Friend Angie Lee said: "She phoned me shortly after she came out for a 10-minute chat. She was laughing and sounded really happy and she told me she had the best time of her life in there.
"I'm sure she will easily adjust back into the real world and she said she will just go back to her cleaning job."
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Tracey, 36, would have picked up a £100,000 prize if she had won the television show.
Mrs Lee said: "I know she will be secretly gutted because she had got so far and seemed to be doing really well, she must have thought she had a chance of winning. And the viewers were just starting to see the real Tracey as well; she was quite quiet and reserved at first, but after a few of the louder people were voted out, she was able to relax more and enjoy herself.
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"But it had been her ambition to go on Big Brother for the last two years and she told me it was a great experience."
She added: "Tracey said she has been overwhelmed with the support she's received and she can't wait to get back to Fordham to thank all of her friends for their support. She's doing loads of press interviews at the moment and we expect her to come home on Wednesday. We'll arrange a party when we know she's coming back.