WATCH: Sarah Harding & Jemma Lucy Get Personal As A CBB Convo Turns Into This Savage Argument

9 August 2017, 16:14

It's been a difficult couple of days for the Girls Aloud star.

After having a few unpleasent words with fellow housemate Paul Danan and then being nominated by her housemates, Sarah Harding has had a bit of a tough ride in the CBB house recently.

Now everything's kicked off in a fresh argument with Jemma Lucy and things have gotten really personal.

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The video above shows the battle in its entirety, but it all began when Jordan was asking Sarah to explain what she meant by comments about splits in the group.

Celebrity Big Brother 2017
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As Sarah attempted to explain what she meant, Jemma jumped in and the whole thing escalated into a full on slanging match between the two ladies, before Jordan stormed off claiming no one would let him speak.

This comes after reports emerged that Sarah had been worrying Big Brother with her behaviour and has reportedly been given time away from her housemates.

Speaking to one tabloid, a source claimed, "Sarah is not in a great state. She's not coping with the pressure and she's paranoid about what everyone thinks of her. She's been spending time talking to the professional team and is being given time away from the other housemates."

Sarah Harding
(Pic: Channel 5)

Fans have been split over this latest spat too, with people siding with both Sarah and Jemma...

There are still several weeks to go in the show, so it remains to be seen how long either of these two will last, although with the reception Sarah received during the eviction process recently, it appears she's got a lot of fans on her side.

Whilst you're here, check out what Sarah had to say about her relationship with fellow Girls Aloud star Cheryl previously...

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