‘Legit just cried’ Megan McKenna seriously feels for Lillie Lexie Gregg

Anyone who has been watching the latest series of Celebrity Big Brother will have felt for Lillie Lexie Gregg whose boyfriend, Stephen Bear, began an in-house relationship with fellow housemate Chloe Khan.

Despite entering the house with intentions of marrying Lillie, who he met on Ex on the Beach, Stephen found himself cosying up to Chloe… and then some.

In behaviour which has resulted in countless complaints from viewers and CBB contestants, Stephen and Chloe made their feelings for each other very clear as a devastated Lillie watched from home.

And in classic Celebrity Big Brother fashion, the show's bosses gave Lillie the opportunity to enter the house and confront her boyfriend… which, of course, she did this week.

Taking to Twitter to support Gary Beadle's ex-girlfriend, former Celebrity Big Brother contestant, Megan McKenna admitted that she really felt for the reality TV star after she put herself out there this week.

"Catching up with #cbb and wow. I'm choked," Megan wrote. "Legit just cried at tonight's ep… @LillieGregg you've got guts to do what you did tonight."

Agreeing with the TOWIE star, Megan's followers wasted no time slamming Stephen, with one writing: "These "boys" take no responsibility for their actions!!! No wonder these beautiful young women have issues!"

"She tooootttaaallllyyyy just mugged him off 100% taste of his own medicine. Saw the real him for the first time," added another. (sic)

Stephen echoed the thoughts of the public when he told Big Brother: "Maybe it's her lucky escape from me. God knows what she's gone through."

Hmmm… hard to argue with that one.

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