Big Brother’s Jordan reveals how his life has modified since successful collection
Big Brother winner Jordan Sangha, and finalists Henry Southan and Yinrun Huang, have mirrored on their time in the home.
Speaking to The Independent on Monday (20 November), Jordan, 25, quipped that he was “scared” to go grocery procuring in Waitrose because of his newfound fame, which noticed him achieve 100,000 Instagram followers after setting his account from non-public to public.
“It’s so weird,” he mentioned, citing specifically the sleuths who, throughout his time on the present, tried to establish his political beliefs within the wake of his friendship-turned-romance with Henry, 25.
“I know there was a lot of people saying I’m left-wing, but I’m left leaning,” he identified, including that Henry’s standing as one of many “most-liked Tories” within the nation is “very surprising”.
The one that finds that almost all stunning, although, is Henry himself, who informed The Independent: “I can’t believe it. It’s mad. I think what I realised in there is that I’m not a political person, I just have political opinions. But actually, I was happy to have differing opinions to others; it would have been really boring otherwise.”
Henry mentioned he was shocked to make it to the top of the collection, not to mention end in third place, as he assumed folks would possibly make assumptions about him based mostly on his entrance VT throughout which he mentioned he’d prefer to go “for a Martini” with Boris Johnson.
“I think it’s quite easy to see I have a well-spoken plummy voice, blonde hair, a very privileged background – it’s quite easy for people to assume straight away you’re a certain type of way. I’m not naive to that. So I’m just really grateful that the public gave me time, but also my fellow housemates.”
He added: “In the past, I’ve been used to some trolling and negative comments, but I was genuinely shocked about the unprecedented amount of support and positivity.”
Meanwhile, Yinrun, who completed in fourth place, mentioned she feels “more confident” and has “more trust” in herself following the conclusion of the present.
“I learnt I should have more faith in myself,” Yinrun. 25, informed The Independent, including: “I really want to carry this with me and to tell myself every day: ‘I am a nice person.’ I want to be less harsh on myself.”
She additionally mentioned, following her experiences with fellow housemates Tom and Jenkin who, at one stage within the present, questioned whether or not her friendliness was real, have helped form how she’s going to act in related conditions sooner or later.
“I was trying to know every single one of my housemates because it was a good opportunity, so I kept trying and trying with Tom and Jenkin,” Yinrun defined, saying that if she finds herself in related conditions sooner or later, she’s going to now not “think it’s all me”.
Yinrun instructed she is stunned by the outpouring of affection she’s obtained, saying she’s “hoping for another adventure… now I’m back in the real world”.
Meanwhile, Jordan says his “diary is open”, however mentioned he “just wants to see” Henry to allow them to “chill” collectively away from the cameras. Henry echoed this, stating: “It’s so weird – we were saying to each other earlier that it’s literally been two days, but why do we feel we’re missing each other this much?’”