Hannah Agboola spoke of her experience in the Big Brother house less than 24 hours after her eviction.
Speaking to Metro.co.uk, the former contestant addressed the confrontations she had in the house and what she will be up to next.
Hannah, 23, is the reigning Miss Nigeria UK, had said before going into the house that her aim on the show was to ‘inspire the youth of today’s UK-born Nigerians to embrace their culture’.
Hannah was evicted from Big Brother ahead of the final (Picture: Channel 5)
This something her and her sister, Deborah, 25, certainly did when they first entered the house and sent the internet intro frenzy over their Nigerian outfits, also known as “aso ebi”.
Some Twitter users were also left inspired by the sister’s choice of outfits and wanted to get their own traditional outfits made.
When asked about how she felt about the reaction, the contestant famous for her constant singing in the house said she was ‘so happy she got to represent for all the British-Nigerians out there.’
Something that was so obvious whenever her and her sister would slip into a mock Nigerian accent like most Brits with dual-identities do.
When we asked about what she wants to do next after leaving the house, the aspiring actress name-dropped Hollyoaks and her desire to get involved in meaningful documentaries.
The Miss Nigeria 2016 winner said: ‘Well, I want to continue acting. I’m an aspiring actress and the one show I’d love to see myself in is Hollyoaks.’
Deborah Agboola and Hannah Agboola arriving together in the Big Brother house (Picture: Matt Crossick/PA Wire)
Here at Metro.co.uk we are looking forward to the Big Celebrity Big Brother reveal so we couldn’t help but asked Hannah who she would love to see go into the house and her answer was intriguing.
‘I’d love to see Idris Elba go into the house. That’ll be fun,’ the East Londoner said.
Hannah’s sister Deborah made it to the final of Big Brother 2017 which aired on Friday on Channel 5 but Isabelle Warburton was crowned winner.