Julie Goodyear can"t contain her anger as she faces CBB eviction alongside Martin Kemp and Prince Lorenzo

'I hope they rot in hell': Julie Goodyear can't contain her anger as she faces CBB eviction alongside Martin Kemp and Prince Lorenzo

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22:02 GMT, 3 September 2012

Julie Goodyear has said she hopes her Celebrity Big Brother housemates 'rot in hell' after learning they have put her up for eviction.

The Coronation Street actress seemed shocked to discover her plans to oust Prince Lorenzo from the house had backfired, with the contestants criticising her for her 'two-faced' behaviour.

And after the group took to the Diary Room to cast their nominations, the 70-year-old 'nana' of the group learned she would be facing the public vote later this week alongside Martin Kemp and Prince Lorenzo.

Furious: Julie was fuming when she learned her fellow housemates had put her up for the public vote

Furious: Julie was fuming when she learned her fellow housemates had put her up for the public vote

Up for eviction: Martin Kemp also faces the public vote later this week

Up for eviction: Martin Kemp also faces the public vote later this week

Nominations: Prince Lorenzo is up for eviction for the second time

Nominations: Prince Lorenzo is up for eviction for the second time

After learning her fate, Julie told fellow housemate Julian Clary: 'I've just been s*** on by those two-faced b******. Don't come snivelling around me.

'They're like rats deserting a sinking ship. There's nothing fair about it, I hope they rot in hell.'

The leopardprint-loving actress also bemoaned her nominations in the Diary Room, claiming she had been nothing but 'kind and caring' to her housemates.

She said: 'I'm shocked, actually. I'll be very honest, I have been so kind and caring to all my housemates and for me now to be in this position, I hope that those who nominated me feel like s***.

Confidante: Julie told Julian that she hopes those who nominated her 'rot in hell'

Confidante: Julie told Julian that she hopes those who nominated her 'rot in hell'

'Perhaps it's because I'm old and not part of the gang. Now they have to live with a guilty conscience, God help them. God forgive them. Maybe I trust too easily.'

But it wasn't just Julie who seemed worried after learning she would face the public vote; Martin also confessed a few insecurities to Big Brother.

He said: 'I just hope I haven't offended anybody. It makes you wonder what you've done wrong to be nominated.'

Tasty treat Martin, Julie, Harvey and The Situation were forced to eat gruel for their supper after losing the 'Plunger' task against their fellow housemates

Tasty treat Martin, Julie, Harvey and The Situation were forced to eat gruel for their supper after losing the 'Plunger' task against their fellow housemates

However, the Spandau Ballet singer admitted his fellow housemates had seen the 'dark side' to former Queen Bee Julie.

Martin explained: 'Julie is very upset. There's been an unsaid respect where no-one would turn against her, but now people have seen the dark side.

'She deserves it, if you break the rules that blatantly you deserve to be up.'

Meanwhile, Coleen told Ashley she felt sorry for the pensioner.

Opening up: Martin later told Big Brother he thought Julie 'deserved' her nominations

Opening up: Martin later told Big Brother he thought Julie 'deserved' her nominations

She said: 'I still have moments where I feel really sorry for her. I still think she's been amazing in here. She's 70 years old and she's done every task thrown at her.

'You've got to respect her age and career but you can't be in here for this length of time and not show your true colours at some time. That's where she shot herself in the foot.'

It wasn't a very lucky 24 hours for Julie or Martin; the pair – alongside MC Harvey and The Situation – were forced to eat gruel for supper after losing a task against their fellow housemates.

Meanwhile, Coleen, Prince Lorenzo, Julian and Ashley were treated to a takeaway pizza.

Julie, Martin and Prince Lorenzo will face off in a double eviction later this week.

Banned: The Situation was put on the 'naughty step' after being banned from voting for rule-breaking earlier in the competition

Banned: The Situation was put on the 'naughty step' after being banned from voting for rule-breaking earlier in the competition