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Bigg Boss 10: Miss Obnoxious Priyanka Jagga gets the axe, audience relieved

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DailyBiteOct 24, 2016 | 17:28

Bigg Boss 10: Miss Obnoxious Priyanka Jagga gets the axe, audience relieved

Sunday night’s episode of Bigg Boss 10 witnessed a bit more of drama than the usual fare. It showed the first contestant to get eliminated this season. It was none other than Priyanka Jagga. When Priyanka's name was announced by Salman Khan in Sunday's episode, the celebrities cheered and the Indiawale felt sad, at least a few of them.

But in general, the audience’s vote does not really come as a surprise.

Within just one week Priyanka had managed to have multiple arguments with Bani J, caused grief to celebrity contestant Rohan Mehra, whined, cried and fought with anyone and everyone and even urinated in her pants while performing a task inside the Bigg Boss house. And, of course, she later asked Bani to wash the soiled pants for her.

During her stay inside the Bigg Boss house, Priyanka managed to potentially irritate and annoy and even aggravate her celebrity cohabitants. She was loud, obnoxious and rather mean (without any apparent reason).

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She was vile, but she was tough as well. [Photo: Screengrab/Voot.com]

But credit where it’s due, the 32-year-old Priyanka was one tough cookie. She did save the Indiawale contestants from losing the Maliks tag and becoming the Sevaks instead. She also gave Gaurav Chopra a tough fight.

When Salman Khan asked Priyanka what she thought was the reason for the public to have voted her out, Priyanka said that it was probably because she was playing the game right and performoing well in her tasks.

Vile, vicious and loud, Priyanka would seem like the ideal Bigg Boss contestant. Her elimination, however,  is a sign that while Bigg Boss may be prime time trash TV, the audience seems to have more class than the makers would have given them credit for.

Last updated: October 24, 2016 | 17:28
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