Roxanne Pallett: 'I'm the most hated girl in Britain'

Roxanne Pallett on Celebrity Big Brother

Roxanne Pallett on Celebrity Big Brother

At the end of the one-on-one, Emma asked Roxanne whether she thought, if this were happening to someone else, she felt that she "could forgive" herself, which prompted a tearful reaction from the former "Emmerdale" star.

Instantly admitting she found it "upsetting" to watch any clip of what happened in the house on This Morning, Phillip Schofield agreed and said it must have been like a "weird dream".

When Willis suggested Pallett could have "ruined" Thomas, she replied: "I feel devastated, it cripples me with embarrassment and shame that I could have put somebody in that position".

During this interview she offered many grovelling apologies and confessed, "I got it wrong" regarding the 'punch'.

"I wish I had the words to say just how gutted and ashamed ... hindsight's a wonderful thing".

The 35-year-old actress admitted to Emma that she felt she was the "most hated girl in Britain", and that she was anxious about her future.

"I'm human and I made a massive, massive, disgusting mistake".

Roxanne said: "I saw what every person saw".

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"I would like Ryan to be able to use his voice", she insisted.

"I've asked myself why I didn't I go and confront Ryan".

Pallett said: "I fully agree and understand every single person's reaction to that. If I'd have been at home watching that I would have been the same".

"I believed my own story".

She added: "I felt, genuinely, disturbed by the fact that somebody had invaded my personal space. I was wrong, massively wrong".

Emma's stoic face throughout the interview caught "CBB" fans' particular, with her sony expression summing up what a lot of people were thinking as they heard Roxanne's explanations.

As Roxanne started to tear up, Emma called the interview to a halt, pulling out her earpiece and thanking the crew. Roxanne looked clearly uncomfortable while waiting to leave the set.

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