The lavish bunker diet you NEVER saw on TV – Health News Today

She spent several days plotting revenge against her housemates from inside Big Brother’s secret bunker.

But Angela Clancy has revealed that the best part of her stay in the windowless room was never aired on Seven’s reboot.

While viewers saw Angela, 38, treated to endless cups of tea while watching the CCTV monitors, she was was also allowed to eat anything her heart desired.

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Big Brother EXCLUSIVE: Angela Clancy (pictured) has revealed the lavish bunker diet she indulged on during her five day stay in the hidden lair that viewers NEVER saw on TV

Angela was taken to the hidden room after her fake eviction on episode six, and later returned in episode eight – five days later. 

In contrast to her housemates living off a limited, rationed diet, Angela told Daily Mail Australia: ‘The best thing about the bunker was I was having whatever I wanted!’

‘I was getting a brand new menu every day. I could choose whatever I wanted. I was living like a princess. Everything was at my disposal,’ she explained.

'I was getting a brand new menu every day': Angela said she was offered top tier food from inside the bunker, and even could request food that wasn't on the menu, like pancakes

‘I was getting a brand new menu every day’: Angela said she was offered top tier food from inside the bunker, and even could request food that wasn’t on the menu, like pancakes

'I was living like a princess. Everything was at my disposal': As well as endless cups of tea, Angela said she enjoyed salmon and avocado for breakfast most days, and also ordered steak and chicken dinners

‘I was living like a princess. Everything was at my disposal’: As well as endless cups of tea, Angela said she enjoyed salmon and avocado for breakfast most days, and also ordered steak and chicken dinners

Angela said she ordered salmon and avocado for breakfast most days, and also enjoyed steak and chicken. 

‘If nothing I liked was on the menu, likethey didn’t have pancakes on the menu, I said I would really love some pancakes, and they made them,’ she laughed.

Angela said while it was hard being in the room without anyone to talk to, she had access to whatever she wanted in the bunker.  

In some promotional photos, fruit baskets, an antipasto platter, and chips could be seen inside the room.

Garth, who had visited the hidden lair undetected in episode seven, also revealed he enjoyed lollies and sweets in the bunker.

Lucky her! In some promotional photos, fruit baskets, an antipasto platter, and chips could be seen inside the room

Lucky her! In some promotional photos, fruit baskets, an antipasto platter, and chips could be seen inside the room 

Surprise visit: Garth, who had visited the hidden lair undetected in episode seven, also revealed he enjoyed lollies and sweets in the bunker

Surprise visit: Garth, who had visited the hidden lair undetected in episode seven, also revealed he enjoyed lollies and sweets in the bunker 

Angela returned to the house during Monday’s episode, but purposely lied and withheld information about her time in the bunker to her housemates.

Garth decided to drop the bombshell secret that he’d been in the bunker as his parting words when he was evicted on Monday night.

Big Brother Australia continues on Tuesday from 7:30pm on Seven

Tune in: Big Brother Australia continues on Tuesday from 7:30pm on Seven. Pictured: host Sonia Kruger

Tune in: Big Brother Australia continues on Tuesday from 7:30pm on Seven….