Although the Emmerdale actress apologised to Thomas in her first interview since leaving the house yesterday, she was accused by many of being insincere and the apology scripted, while BBC interviewer Jeremy Vine was chastised for going too easy on her.
Her second interview, however, wasn't so easy.
Pallet returned to the CBB studio last night for her exit interview, where presenter Emma Willis took a hard line, telling her "Lots of people aren’t buying your apology" and adding "Did you ever consider the implications it would have on him? Can you imagine if the cameras hadn’t been there? You could’ve ruined somebody", before questioning why she had changed her tune after coming out of the house and gauging the public reaction.
Pallet replied: "I feel devastated. It cripples me with embarrassment and shame that I could’ve put someone in that position – seeing Ryan in the diary room distressed…"
At one point, Willis said: "Did you believe your own story? That's quite worrying, Roxanne."
Watch it and see the Twitter reaction below:
— Auntie Pegg (@AuntiePegg) September 3, 2018
I just heard white noise coming from her all I needed was the look on @EmmaWillis face throughout ...it said it all ðŸ'ÂÂÂ?ðŸ'ÂÂÂ?ðŸ'ÂÂÂ?ðŸ'ÂÂÂ? am done with all this now it’s draining ... #voteryan2win #CBBUK
— adam thomas (@adamthomas21) September 3, 2018
— Sam Dowler (@samdowler) September 3, 2018
“Do you think, in time, you can have a career again?”
What a zinger of a question. Well played @EmmaWillis
— Jamie East (@jamieeast) September 3, 2018
Emma Willis whipping her earpiece out and ending the interview when Roxanne started crying is the most iconic piece of British television this year #cbb
— Katie (@c0nesofdunshire) September 3, 2018
— Kathy ðŸŒ¸ (@prettykitty_) September 3, 2018
OH MY GOD I LOVE EMMA WILLIS SO FUCKING MUCH!!!! Wrapping the interview when that little weapon started her crocodile tears was an iconic piece of television!! That interview should be broadcast every day on the hour for the next 200 years.
— Mark Byron (@MrMarkByron) September 3, 2018
New show idea ‘EMMA WILLIS’ LIFE STORIES’ interview the shit out of controversial individuals ðŸ˜‚ #cbb
— Victoria (@victoriabundock) September 3, 2018
— JD (@Jonny_Dodds) September 3, 2018
— âœ¨ ðÂÂÂ?“œðÂÂÂ?“ªðÂÂÂ?“½ðÂÂÂ?“½ðÂÂÂ?“±ðÂÂÂ?“®ðÂÂÂ?”€ âœ¨ (@DigitalOutcry) September 3, 2018