The pair famously fell out after the show when Spraggan confronted Arthur about his use of homophobic lyrics, and she has now revealed that he never apologised - claiming that their shared PR agency posted a statement on her Facebook page which attempted to call an end to the row.
"In reality he was massively in the wrong, calling me all sorts of names," Spraggan told the Birmingham Mail. "I got to the point where if he carried on doing this to me there is not much I can say back.
"Yes, I am a gay rights activist, and somebody has got to be taken down a peg if they speak to people in that way."
Spraggan added: "There is only so much damage you can cover up. I will always defend that what he said was wrong.