Written by Mister Meaner

Monday, 16 March 2009

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Jade Goody is too unwell to receive a visit from her Celebrity Big Brother rival, the beautiful Indian actress Shilpa Shetty, her public cyst Max Cash has said.

The Bollywood film star had hoped to visit her terminally-ill protagonist this week, after missing her wedding to amateur criminal Jack Tweed-Tweedy due to the fact that she just couldn't be bothered.

Shetty also said that she couldn't abide being in the same room as a screaming racist.

Goody and Shetty clashed in Celebrity Big Brother 2007, when the Essex woman, along with fellow uneducated slappers Danielle Lloyd and Jo O'Meara, made racist comments towards Shetty which brought Great Britain to the brink of war with India.

Goody subsequently went to India to diffuse the row - a move which also backfired - and then entered the Indian version of Big Brother, during which she was diagnosed with cervical cancer.

Since then, the two have remained firm foes, and Shetty had hoped to see Jade for one last time to gloat, until Mr Cash put the mockers on her visit.

Cash said:

"Jade is not well. And she is a racist. Shilpa totally understands that."

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Topics: Racism, Big Brother

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