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Things are getting nasty
EVIL Big Brother is back with a vengeance.
Last year we had secret missions to shake things up between the contestants but this year Big Brother has done quite the opposite.
There are no secrets in this house now.
As a reward for blowing their heads off with chillies the Heavenly housemates were given the opportunity to talk about who they want to nominate this week. The catch being that they must do so in a glass nomination box in the view of all the other housemates.
The four boys decided the best way to take advantage of the situation was to join forces and guarantee who would be up for eviction. What they hadn't counted on was the fact that none of them could agree who would be the chosen two. Game player Rex wanted to put up two big names, whereas loyal Stuart wouldn't nominate his pal Dale.
And so it seems that their time plotting could have been wasted. Big Brother's time was far from wasted though. The reaction from the other housemates was priceless as paranoia set in and tension between Heaven and Hell grew even stronger.
If that wasn't evil enough Heavenly housemates were then shown footage of the Hell housemates entrance videos. The three housemates to fare worst were Maysoon, Dale and Rachel. “Live life in the fast lane” were Maysoon's final words on her VT as she entered the house. Unfortunately these were her last words since entering the house. The quiet model hasn't quite lived up to her 'sexual' promises.
Dale's degrading comments about women and negative attitude towards children shocked the housemates and undoubtedly changed their view towards the 'boy-next-door' that they know from inside the house.
The boys were most shocked by meek and mild Rachel's bubbly 'saucepot' VT character, branding her a game player for acting so differently in the house.
Once the screening had finished it didn't take the boys long to share their views on what they had seen with the rest of the house. Playing into their insecurities the boys delighted in telling the housemates exactly how they have come across to the public. Ironically these VT's are long forgotten by voters at home and have little reflection on their standing in the public eye.
Rachel received the biggest bashing, in particular from Rex who enjoys being evil as much as Big Brother does. Rex accused her of being fake and putting on an act in order to get on the show.
In fairness to the “executive chef” he cannot be accused of the same thing. He came across as an arrogant show-off on his VT... and has been an arrogant show-off ever since.