4 Of The Best Reality TV Bust Ups

Britain loves nothing more than a good old reality TV punch-up. Here are a few golden moments when reality TV gets a bit too real…
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Britain loves nothing more than a good old reality TV punch-up. Here are a few golden moments when reality TV gets a bit too real…

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Britain loves nothing more than a good old reality TV punch-up. Here are a few golden moments when reality TV gets a bit too real…

Joey Essex vs Ricky Rayment

At the opening of Lauren Goodger’s salon, things went a bit awry between Essex brainboxes Ricky Rayment and Joey Essex. This barney to end all barneys began because Ricky had called Joey a ‘boy’. Then they had a brilliant red-carpet brawl which slightly disturbed Joey’s spectacular barnet.

Kelly vs Tulisa

X Factor judges Kelly Rowland and Tulisa fell out when South London’s finest accused Kelly’s act, Misha B, of bullying other contestants backstage. Things got nasty - it was like one of those ace hair pulling fights outside the all-night garage.

Jessie J vs The Voice

As a guest judge on a prime-time TV show, you’ve got to play along with the big bosses. Not Jessie J. Halfway through The Voice, she turned her seat the other way, told everyone it was a load of mince, and the nation applauded.

Victor vs Emma in BB5

In 2004, bouncer Victor Ebuwa and mouthy Northern lass Emma Greenwood had such a heated disagreement in the Big Brother house that viewers actually called the police. The best thing was, Victor was dressed like an EVIL CLOWN. Amazing.

Writes Rebecca Lomax

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