Rodrigo Alves admits he reckons he "empowers" people as he opens up about his extensive plastic surgery – just hours after being given a formal and final warning by Big Brother for his use of the n-word.
Tonight on Celebrity Big Brother Rodrigo, dubbed the Human Ken Doll for his 150 procedures, opens up to his housemates about the work he has had done to his body and face.
Revealing that his surgery obsession started at the age of 17, he admits: "I wasn’t very happy with the way I looked… I had complications, it is ricky. I don’t recommend anyone to follow my example, when it comes to that."
Yet he adds: "But you do empower people that… in life, you have the freedom to be whoever you want to be, to do whatever you want to do, as long as you don’t cause harm to other people or to yourself and do what is right for you.
"Doesn’t matter if it involves plastic surgery or not. Obviously, I’m an extreme example but I did what was right for me."
This will raise some eyebrows with CBB fans after his racist slurs last night.
The 35-year-old had been talking to Natalie Nunn and Chloe Ayling when he made the shocking remarks.
As Dan Osborne walked over, Rodrigo said that he was "not his type" anyway.
When Natalie asked what his type was he said: "I like a n*****, he’s too white for me."
"A what?!" Gabby asked.
"A n*****," he repeated. Dan didn’t look too impressed as Rodrigo slurred and continued: "Doesn’t matter, let’s talk about something else."
The next day he was brought into the Diary Room, where Big Brother told him: "When you entered the Big Brother house, the rules regarding unacceptable behaviour and language were explained to you."
"It was," he confirmed.
They continued: "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 is highly likely to cause significant offense to your fellow housemates and, importantly, the viewing public."
He was warned that his language was "totally unacceptable" and that he would be removed from the house if he uttered it again.
Rodrigo blamed his alcohol consumption for saying the word twice, adding: "I was regretting that – using the n-word… that was just excitement, I had quite a lot to drink."
But Big Brother said: "None of that is an relevant, Rodrigo, that is not an excuse.
They added that they were issuing him a formal and final warning.
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*Celebrity Big Brother airs tonight at 9pm on Channel 5
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