Ginuwine receives backlash for refusing to kiss trans 'Celebrity Big Brother' co-star

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India nominated Ann and Ginuwine, while Amanda Barrie opted for India and Jonny, admitting she hadn't gotten to know the love rat because he's been at the edge of the group since entering the house.

One wrote: "So @IndiaWilloughby #CBBIndia claims to be terrified of drank queens!"

"What does Katie Price mean by India needs to learn how to use a Jonny?"

A third simply added: "Eh?"

Other viewers took offence to the joke.

The latest episode the former Cumbrian newsreader, who is up to face the first public vote on Friday, talked about how people may not be comfortable flirting with her.

In just over a week, India has managed to cause several fights in the Big Brother house with the most recent row including Courtney Act and Andrew Brady.

However, Willoughby fell silent before unleashing a storm of abuse on her fellow housemates for laughing at the drag transformation.

She was also branded an "attention seeker" and a "liar" after fans discovered she posted selfies with drag queens - despite saying she had a phobia of them in a shocking outburst earlier this week.

"It did [upset me]. Why? You can reject their advances and making someone feel like they can't reject advances because they will receive backlash is actually why there is a "Time's Up" movement and a "Me Too" movement going on right now". Not a man. A man walked into the room in a dress, and everyone laughed at it. "You used to never be able to get divorced". "Someone coming in dressed that way, freaks me out".

And on last night's show, she compared drag to blackface and said it was offensive to her. Probably like the old days when the black-and-white minstrels put on a show...

She continued: "Transsexual people with gender dysphoria have suffered over the years with a lot of laughter. I'm not leaving my bed for Ginuwine", she said. "Got it. I think the conversation will evolve, hopefully".

Fierce and strong women entered the house, and were soon joined by equally strong men.

Courtney Act, whose real name is Shane Jenek, is an Australian drag queen who became known through season six of RuPaul's Drag Race.

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