Celebrity Big Brother star Bradley Riches revealed Louis Walsh didn’t know everything was being filmed and didn’t understand the premise of the show.

Chatting to hosts Bobby Norris and Ellen Coughlan on the showbiz gossip programme Access All Areas, the Heartstopper actor responded to being told Louis sometimes seemed as though he didn’t know he was being filmed: “He didn’t. We were sat in the living room at one point me, David [Potts], Nikita [Kuzmin], Colson [Smith] and Louis and we were just talking about random stuff. He said something and we all responded like “oh!” and then he goes, “but it’s not getting filmed, is it?” We told him, “Louis it’s 24 hours!” I don’t think he understood that he was always being filmed. Then sometimes he would try to cover his mic and we’d say “Louis, they can still probably hear you, there’s cameras everywhere.””

He continued: “There was one point where he would wake up and say “so what’s happening today?” And then he’d point at Nikita or Colson or me or David and say “you know. You know what’s happening today.” We’d say “Louis none of us know”. I think at one point he thought that we all knew what was happening but him. We’d have to tell him that none of us had any idea what was going to happen.”

Later in the interview, Bradley revealed what it was like to live with Sharon Osbourne and claims she did a big bulk of the housework: “Sharon was the magnet between the two groups… She’s camp as hell! I remember one day I walked into the living room and she was just stood there washing up by herself. And I thought: Sharon Osbourne’s washing up my mug right now. What the hell is going on? She helped around the house when no one wanted help around the house. She’d be washing up and we’re all saying “no, no, no, Sharon sit down!” Not even just that but she’s washing up in these outfits that are worth so much money.”

The 22-year-old also gave his thoughts on the backlash received by fellow housemate Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu: “All I can say from my point of view, Ekin-Su was so kind, so loving, and maybe that wasn‘t portrayed on camera. In the house she was so loving so kind and she was always open for a conversation. I don’t know where this persona of her being fake has come from, but I think I saw the real Ekin-Su and if it wasn’t the real Ekin-Su, what I saw I really enjoyed being around.”

Listen to the full episode, also featuring Paige Turley, here.