Big Brother Day 41: Big Brother Get Mad at Sleepy HM’s
Big Brother has reprimanded the housemates for sleeping during the day.
Head of House Darnell – who was elected to the position by the rest of the contestants at the weekend – was called to the Diary Room this afternoon (3.53pm) where Big Brother told him he had to stop the rest of the group napping.
Darnell said to Lisa “They’re through with people falling asleep. Period.”
He then explained Big Brother had “named and shamed” the people who kept trying to snatch 40 winks.
After some gentle nudging by the rest of the house, Darnell revealed Big Brother had specifically mentioned Dale.
He then went to wake the trainee teacher up, only for Dale to claim he wasn’t sleeping he just “had his eyes shut”.
Mohamed also fell foul of Darnell when he tried to rest in the garden.
Spotting what was happening, Darnell exclaimed “It doesn’t matter about you’re reasons we’re not allowed to nap. No napping!”
Rebecca moaned about the French shopping task this afternoon (4.21pm).
Busty Bex – along with her fellow hellish Big Brother housemates Belinda, Luke, Lisa, Stuart, Sara and Mikey – is taking part in the Tour De Grand Frere, where the group have to cycle 1,000km on static bikes in just 30 hours.
After completing a stint on the bike, moaning Bex complained “I feel bruised.”
Belinda was equally as negative about the challenge, moaning “I hate it, I hate it, it’s horrible.”
The pair have also complained about the equipment they are using, with both of them claiming they are too short for the bikes and can’t reach the peddles properly.
Bex was so outraged by the challenge she went to talk to Big Brother, but he had little sympathy for her.
Emerging for the Diary Room, a furious Bex claimed Big Brother had told her “no pain no gain” when she explained she was too small for the bike.
However, fitness fanatic Lisa is determined to pass the task and has been trying to raise her team’s spirits.
As Belinda struggled to move the peddles at all because the gears were set too high, Lisa shouted encouragingly “Keep going, you’re doing brilliant!”