“ Sada is a 28 year old pretentious hippy/yuppie/yogafreak, writer/advertising bimbo/ladsmag bint who will undoubtedly plague us for years to come with her own half-baked brand of cod philosophy. e-bookers.com has for some unknown reason offered her a holid „
I may be the only person in the world who thinks this but SADA WAS GREAT!!!!!!! I mean i have to admit that the Tofu incident was a little stupid but for some strange reason i would always tune in to Big Bro to see what Sada was doing. I thought that she was good looking, had an "Interesting" personality and yes, was one of the only people in the house who actually had a personality (except the chickens of course!) I do agree that Craig should have one because of what he did with his money (GOOD ONE CRAIG) but i do not think that Sada should have been the first one to leave. Annoying Andy the sex craved pervert should have gone first closely followed by the lovely laugh of Carolyne. Whatever happens i liked Sada and think she should have stayed in a lot longer!
Sada was the first of the Big Brother housemates to be evicted from the house, and it was rather a relief when she left ! Although she is very slim and pretty, she seemed to be quite disliked amongst the public and her fellow housemates. It was nice to see a vegetarian in the house (Melanie is too), as I am a vegetarian and it is good to have the lifestyle promoted. She was quite opinionated though and seemed to put lots of people's backs up with her constant criticisms. Since leaving the house, Sada doesn't seem to have sought the limelight as much as most of the other housemates have. She was rumoured to be publishing the book she wrote before entering the house, but I haven't heard anything about it yet. *UPDATE* Sada was featured only briefly in the Big Brother update programme shown on Channel 4 on December 23rd. It showed her walking her dogs on a common, her long blonde hair straight down. She looked fresh and pretty, but said very little. It seems she intends keeping a low profile since her two weeks in the most famous house in Britain.
Being first out of the Big Brother house must have been everyone's nightmare going into the house but it couldn't have happened to a more annoying person. At first you might think she's quite attractive and looks like a nice enough person. But underneath that attractive veneer is a really selfish person. There were many instances in the 2 weeks Sada was in the house that she showed what she was really about. I personally didn't have a problem with the yoga and spiritual stuff, her problem was everything was me, me, me. We've not seen too much of Sada since her early departure from the house. She was out on the town with Caroline and Nicky but they stole the show with their cavorting on the dance floor. She has written a book apparently but it hasn't had much publicity to speak of. Sada's probably the least debated of the Big Bro crew and rightly so in my opinion.
Sada Walkington from Big Brother was the first evictee of the UK version of the show back 5 weeks ago. Many people seem to refer to her as pretentious, arrogant and bloody-minded. However, she was clearly one of the only members of the house willing to show her true self on camera from Day One. She was opinionated. She was stubborn. But people like Melanie, Anna, Andrew and Darren are all opinionated and stubborn too - and were not as honest about themselves from the start. Sada wasn't given a chance. The reason she received 6 nominations was clearly because of Nicholas' fixed voting. Neither Andrew nor Craig nor Nick himself considered nominating her until they realised it would keep themselves in the house. People say she was the most unpopular member of the house - however, she clearly wasn't in the public's eyes. When she went head-to-head with Caroline she lost only by 10% - whereas when Andrew went head to head with Caroline he lost by a massive 36%... Sada's position in the game was not as cut-and-dry as people seem to make out and I guess I just want to point this out.
There's me, walking thru leeds today and I saw sada with four or five reporters at the town hall steps. Me being a big brother addict decided to go over and listen to what she had to say. After the usual rubbish that has been common from her over the last few weeks since conviction the real juicy bits came from her mouth when most of the reporters had left. She told one member of the public that she actually likes nick and still thinks he did nothing wrong. *err* also she spouted off about how she is finding all the stress really difficult, as the number of people bugging her is getting to ever increasing levels. 2 mins after her spouting this off, only her and i guess her agent were left, i heard her say "ok, where can i make some more money from these morons", "i am sick of saying the same old stories that are not really true", mmmmm i NVER REALLY LIKED THIS LADY BUT THIS REALLY COMPUNDED my view of her, god she was not forced to go on big brother, shes raking in all the money now estimated to be over 50k since eviction. To top this all of i went up to her and asked very politly to sign mt T-shirt, she turned round and gave me this look, a look like get away and dont bother me, I turned around dejected and continued walking to my interview. It appears she only turns it on for the camera's....tut tut
Sada was the first to go from Big Brother. Boo Hoo. Seriously, I was sorry to see Sada go, because it confirmed my suspicions that the women would go first. I thought that it would be Sada and Caroline who were nominate first because they immediately came across as women who weren't particularly interested in the men, and who came across as strong too. Sada seemed to have formed a friendship with Caroline that would endanger her place on the show. If I were on Big Brother, I would want to break up any alliances that seemed to threaten me, and this was one of them.
I was so happy when Sada got thrown out of the "Big Brother" house just over 2 weeks ago. She was so mardy and she was always telling people what to do and ordering people around. It seemed as though she had planned on hating the lads before she even got into the house. There was only 10 votes between her and Caroline being evicted. I don't see why, because Sada was far worse than Caroline. Carolins has yet again managed to get thrown out of the house for the second week running, thanks to Andrew.
Sada reckons she's a boho - what is a boho?? A made up word for her cultivated hippy image?? She made a big deal of being a hippy type, into alternative lifestyles, her travelling to unusual places etc. I'm glad Sada was in there as she was a real alternative to plastic Caroline and gobby Nichola (she's a good laugh tho), but some of her hippy-styling got on my nerves as it seemed done for the cameras, almost as if she was being extra-hippy compared with her normal, at-home self. I actually quite liked Sada. I liked her a lot until I saw how she behaved AFTER she came out. She should have been gutted and she should have admitted it. However she covered it up with "I'm ok about it ... it was expected ... I was really missing my partner (which incidentally and in all fairness she probably was) ... I'm glad I'm out ... two weeks was enough ... I've got other things to do personally and professionally which need my time" Now, be honest woman!! You were completely shocked that they kicked you out! You made up all this other stuff about being ok with it to save face! Though it might be painful and embarrassing to have been first out - I would be mortified - there is no shame in it! It's all a game and you only got 10% more votes than Caroline did anyway. If you really had so many other pressing things to do in your life, what on earth did you commit to ten weeks in the Big Brother house for in the first place?? Everyone has noticed that the male-female divide has gone since Sada left. She was quite competitive with Melanie (and vice versa) as stunning, tall, blonde women do usually get a lot of attention and it came across - a shame. They are both gorgeous but so different. Granted, you are gorgeous - you've agreed to do Loaded. You've taken some flack for flaunting your book - who cares! Any of us would have done that and those who say that you misused your publicity to do so are liars!
Just fess up - you were embarrassed to be voted out. Those of us who liked you are feeling a bit cheated.
Sada's presence in the Big Brother house seemed to be based on the idea that where there is a commune, there has to be a hippie. Sada is/was a woman of hidden shallows. She has experienced much and yet absorbed incredibly little from it all. In fact, her main purpose in partaking of alternate philosophies was apparently to give herself airs of mystery and something more interesting to discuss than her shampoo. A perfect example of intelligence utterly un-tempered with wisdom, she was keen to discuss everything solely in terms of herself. She was not so much selfish, as simply totally oblivious to the needs and wants of others. All the philosophy in the world will mean nothing to someone who cannot put herself in the position of others, or at the least, rise above the sense of self importance that seems the basis of her existance. Her contribution to the community in the Big Brother house was to create a male-female divide reminiscent of the average primary school playground. She spent the majority of her time gossiping about others with her 'sisters', and her favourite item of envious observation was Mel. It is suggested by some that Sada had hoped (with her willowy figure) to be the item of some attention herself and resented Mel's easy attitude and appreciation with the boys. I certainly would not find that hard to believe, and the obvious dislike between Sada and Mel grew steadily. That Sada alienated herself from 6 of the 10 residents of the house right from the beginning was a fatal mistake. Although she tried to use influence of her 'sisters' to get two boys nominated rather than anyone else, she had already marked her own card. Sada's reaction to being nominated for removal was typical and revealing. She immediately proclaimed that all was well, that it was expected (and so it should have been since she herself had forced alienation from six fellows in order to be intimate
with just three) and similar proclaimations of maturity and zen-like acceptance. However, she followed this shallow fiction with a vitriolic slamming session of Mel once more. Even now unable to resist her subconscious obsession with poor Mel. Sada confirmed what had been suspected - that her philosophy and wisdom was a complete crock, used to cover simple immaturity. There is a simple truth behind the sad (for Sada) disgrace of being the first evicted. That the reasons for it lie entirely with Sada herself. It was her own immature and self-centered nature that caused the situation. She created a divide that was neither necessary nor welcome, and fell through the rift she herself had made. Most of us would have far rather removed Caroline, but at least Caroline didn't pretend to be okay with it and then bitch privately. Also, Caroline was to wise enough not to cause further friction by forcing her own dietary tastes upon 9 unwilling others while the axe was hanging over them both. However, no matter how foolish and shallow Sada is, I had immense sympathy when the final announcement was made, and Sada was forced to watch her 'best friend' and soul sister, the venemous Caroline, cheer, shout and celebrate without a single glance or thought of sympathy. Bye Sada. If you have learnt something from it all, then that is probably worth far more than the £70,000.
More than anyone else on that god-forsaken programme, Sada seems to have realised what the aim of the show was. Not winning a measly seventy grand but the chance to become the next Cilla Black. Sada did great - she is attractive, she has a gimmick (mock-hippiness) that will set her apart from the Voderman's and the Smilie's, she is intelligent enough and in er interview on Friday she proved that she is far more adept at live television than Davina Mccall. She will go far.
Thank god she's gone. I really can't stand the hippy bitch. Even on a show designed for extroverts she is so far up her own backside it's unbelievable. All this meditating, singing songs about the mother earth and wanting to waste money on tofu, I can't believe middle class people like this exist, and think they are so cool and in touch with nature, man. Anyway, I'm glad she's gone, she was the most disruptive influence in the house. Now there's just Caroline and her laugh and lipliner to get rid of.
I'm sure we all remember the first big brother, when we were introduced to the nine lovable characters of the big brother household....oh and Sada. The devil woman who no-one cares about. You ask why i hate her so much? Well lets start with that sympathetic "you've got to feel sorry for me" voice. Also she insults other members of the household, because they voted against her, well Sada, someone's got to be thrown out of the house, and it turns out that no-one in the house, or the country likes you. Also she brought in views to mel, such as "us girls have got to stick together", so therefore, by her rules, the members of the house, are forbidden to vote for anyone of the same sex. Well the only reassurance i can offer the readers of this review, is that we shall never see her again, and some-one annoying as her are usually assasinated. And, if Sada is reading this don't worry, now you'll have time to work on a book or something.
So it was Sada that was the first out then, not a huge suprise since she did come across as being very self centred, selfish and annoying. But in the interview after she seemed almost a changed women, unwilling to slag off the people that voted her out and seemed to be greatful for the whole experience, but very pleased to be out. It cant be easy to live with the thought that peaple you lived with, then the nation voted you the least popular, but I think she will cope ok with it all and take full adcantage of her new fame. I expect loads of chat show appearances from her, a book, and a range of endorsed yoga videos!! Good luck Sada.
Although sada can be irritating at times - compare her to say.... caroline and she was my favourite person. I know when sada found out that she was to be evicted from the house she appeared overjoyed by the decision but deep down she must have felt really hurt that it had happened especially when we all (including sada)saw everyone celebrating afterwards - I imagine that big brother will be an enlightening yet crushing experience in the long term, which showed her how cruel and ignorant some people can be. I hope sada gets on with her life, book.....and yes, yoga. I just think it was a shame she went.
After initially stating that I hated this program, without even seeing it (the hype, you see - see my opinion on the main Big Brother topic), I thought I should really give it a try, so watched it over the weekend. I've now decided to give my opinion on each contestant, as they are kicked out of the house. Sada was the first to go. In true IT girl wanna-be style (read, pretentious), she was "cool" about her being the least popular person both with those she was living with, and with those who voted. She also stated she wanted to leave too (to get back to her partner and family). Why, then, the tears ? Was it because they was good for the camera, to show how emotional she is, how human, or was she lying about not being bothered ? How stupid does she think the viewers are ? In truth, she acted as a very self-centered person, always on the look out for number one, and probably with a hidden agenda. Didn't she say she wanted to appear in Loaded magazine - not a feminist then, is she ? I've no doubt she will get her wish. I'm not sure what was written into their contracts with regards to them talking to the media, but I am already looking forward to not buying the tabloid trash that will have stories from her, her ex-boyfriends, neighbours etc. It may get personal, but she can blame no-one but herself for putting herself into the eye of the media. I doubt she will be missed either from the house or from the televsion sets of those glued to the show. It does seem unfair that the "lads" obviously schemed against the "lasses" when deciding who to vote for (against the rules, yet little was done about it); perhaps the girls should have done the same thing. My next candidate for leaving is Caroline. I just hope the doors don't use magnets to keep them shut; she could get stuck on the way out.