Ryan Thomas gets choked up watching Big Brother footage

WATCH: CBB Winner Ryan Thomas Talks About Forgiving Roxanne Pallet Over 'Punching' Scandal

Celebrity Big Brother was always going to be explosive this year given the lineup, but no one anticipated how much controversy the show would actually cause.

Becoming visibly emotional, Thomas said: "I've not seen any of that back".

This season of Celebrity Big Brother has been marred by controversy - but despite the difficulties he faced in the house, last night Ryan Thomas walked away the victor.

Laying into Roxanne, the Look Who's Talking star said the actress had risked ruining Ryan's career and livelihood with her claim.

He had a tough time in the Borehamwood Bungalow when he was accused by Roxanne Pallett of "punching her repeatedly" during a play fight.

"As it unravelled, as it became bigger and bigger, then it scared me". Hollywood actress Kirstie Alley was runner-up this series and, after hearing that Ryan had won, planted a great big kiss on him which was very well deserved IMO.

The former "Coronation Street" actor revealed that he doesn't know what's next for him, and is still adjusting to life outside the show. You can't lie in that house, the cameras are everywhere.

Furthermore, the former Neighbours star confessed he doesn't want to "dwell" on the drama from Celebrity Big Brother now it's over. However, after Thomas left the Big Brother house victorious, he's said that he thinks it's time to forgive Pallett.

"I think she's been punished enough by the public and the people around her".

But Thomas said he's not holding a grudge over the incident and believes that Pallett has suffered enough from the fall-out which has followed her allegations.

"I think that Roxanne's been through a lot. I just wanted out".

Former TOWIE star Lucy, meanwhile, wrote on her own Twitter: "Your victor Thank you all so much for supporting Ryan till the end".

She branded herself "Britain's Most Hated Woman" last week when she sensationally quit the house after falsely accusing "broken man" Ryan - in what came to be known as "Punchgate".

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