Former Big Brother star Farida has revealed her secret conversations with the BBC as she announced a new upcoming TV gig.
The hair and makeup artist was the first to be axed from the hit ITV2 reality show.
But despite her seemingly poor clearance positioning, she revealed in a live broadcast that she is already looking to the future.
On the social media site TikTok, she read out live comments from fans.
One comment included: “Farida, no one was threatened by you, you were in there for 5 minutes and you’re still hanging on to it.”
But the “Big Brother” star fought back and even announced a new broadcast project.
She exclaimed, “I will more than hold on, darling. And guess what happened yesterday?”
“Thanks for sticking with it, I’ve just read out a text message from the BBC asking me to do another show. You’ll see more of me in the box, darling.”
On launch night, she was the first to enter the newly launched social experiment’s brand new house.
Despite bosses insisting on banning influencers from appearing on the show, Farida was no stranger to the world of showbiz.
The TV personality has already made a prominent appearance on the box, appearing on a recent episode of Blankety Blank.
This comes after the star reignited a bitter feud with TWO housemates and vowed to eliminate them at the reunion show.
The 50-year-old criticized both Trish Balusa and Kerry Riches on social media days before the live final.
She was the first to be voted out by the public when she competed against her house enemy Kerry, who became the second housemate to be sacked.
But it doesn’t look like Farida’s feelings towards the NHS worker have warmed over time, despite being away from home for weeks.
She posted a heated video on Instagram, claiming Kerry was “draining my energy” and making up “stories” about her.