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Rodrigo Alves has been inundated with TV offers since he was booted off ‘Celebrity Big Brother’

OHMYGOSSIP — Rodrigo Alves has been inundated with TV offers since he was booted off ‘Celebrity Big Brother’.
The 25-year-old star – who is known as the Human Ken Doll after forking out around £400,000 on surgery – was removed from the famous abode by ‘CBB’ bosses last week following an “incident”, but is pleased he “made an impact” on the Channel 5 show and claims ratings have decreased “a lot” since he left the house.
He said: “Thankfully I have a very busy schedule with TV shows booked in Russia, Italy and Germany soon.
“I have been told that the ratings have dropped a lot after I left ‘CBB’.
“It is very good to know that I made an impact and that the public had the chance to see the real me.”
Rodrigo insists he wanted to leave ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ because he didn’t have anything in common with his fellow housemates and was “not happy”.
Speaking to The Sun Online, he added: “On Twitter fans and viewers have been very supportive and upset that I left the show. I never had nothing in common with the cast and wanted to leave the show because I was not happy.”
‘CBB’ bosses confirmed last week that Rodrigo had been removed from the abode, but are yet to say what caused his exclusion.
Channel 5 said in a statement: “After a further incident, Rodrigo has been removed from the ‘Big Brother’ house and will not be returning.”
Rodrigo was on a final warning after he used the N-word twice during a conversation with fellow housemates Gabby Allen, Natalie Nunn, Chloe Ayling, and Dan Osbourne.
Rodrigo was pulled into the Diary Room and received a stern warning from ‘Big Brother’, who told him his language was “unacceptable”.
They said: “Rodrigo, before you entered the ‘Big Brother’ house, the rules regarding unacceptable language and behaviour were explained to you.
“This morning at 2:40am in the bedroom in a conversation with Dan, Gabby, Chloe, and Natalie, you used the N-word twice.
“Rodrigo this word is highly offensive, and very likely to cause significant offence to both your housemates and more importantly, the viewing public. Do you understand?”
The star claimed he “regretted” using the offensive term, but blamed his behaviour on being “drunk”.

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