TOWIE's Lydia Bright: Danielle Armstrong should stop being aggressive

Published Thursday, Feb 26 2015, 08:57 GMT  |  By  |  Add comment
TOWIE's Lydia Bright has said co-star Danielle Armstrong needs to stop being "so aggressive" with other people.

Viewers saw Lydia and Danielle clashing on last night's episode, with Lydia saying Dani was too negative and Dani accusing Lydia of looking down on her.

Ferne McCann and Lydia Bright speak to TOWIE official website, 25 February 2015


Lydia, with Ferne McCann, talking to TOWIE website.

Lydia claimed Dani was "always digging out people" and getting into fights, namechecking herself, Gemma Collins, Ferne McCann, Leah Wright, Lauren Pope and Vas J Morgan as examples.

After Dani said she was entitled to her own opinion, Lydia said: "You are entitled to that but when it's malicious to other people it makes me feel uncomfortable. Why the need for negativity? I'm constantly on edge around you. I feel you constantly argue with everyone."

Danielle denied this and said she simply stood up for herself when things were said about her. She also accused Lydia of looking down on hr and think she's common.

TOWIE publicity still for 25 February 2015: Danielle Armstrong and Lydia Bright


Lydia and Dani on last night's TOWIE.

Lydia strongly denied this.

"Not at all! My mum is from an East London council estate. My dad is from a Lewisham council estate. That's really unfair. I've never looked down on anyone."

Dani then accused Lydia of having a Mother Theresa complex and said if Lydia didn't like what Dani said, she should go away and not listen.

After the show, Lydia told the official TOWIE website: "She needs to be told she needs to stop being so aggressive to people. It means everyone is stepping on eggshells. You never know when she'll erupt and who she'll argue with next."

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