Los Angeles - Angie Bowie has quit Celebrity Big Brother.
The 66-year-old former model - who is the ex-wife of the late legend David Bowie - has decided to leave the infamous house, two weeks after she entered, after falling "unwell."
A spokesperson for the show said: "Angie Bowie has decided to leave the Celebrity Big Brother house. Her exit will be addressed in tonight's live show on Channel 5 at 21:00."
Angie's decision to turn her back on the reality TV show comes hours after she went in to a foul-mouthed rant and began banging on doors when bosses refused to let her leave.
The feisty star's meltdown, which was shown in last night's episode, came after producers failed to switch the lights off as she attempted to get some shut eye.
Hiding under the covers to block out the piercing light, Angie screamed: "Put the fucking lights out, assholes, dumb fucks."
Angie then proceeded to pack her suitcase, get dressed and rip her rollers out of her hair, before she stormed into the diary room to hurl some abuse at producers.
She screeched: "You know what I want? I want to leave now ... NOW! Give me my stuff. Give me my stuff, now! Hurry the fuck up."
When Big Brother told Angie she would have to wait until the morning to leave as it was the middle of the night, she replied in a catty tone: "I don't give a flying fuck. You are just pathetic capitalist whores. Get me out of here right now. Give me my shit, give me my shit. Don't make a big deal about it- get me a car and let me be gone. If you want to be cheap get me Uber, I don't give a shit."
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Angie is the fifth celebrity to leave the stressful abode after Winston McKenzie was given the boot two weeks ago, Jonathan Cheban walked out due to stress, Nancy Dell'Olio was evicted and David Gest was forced to depart two days ago because of ill health.
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