Big Brother Day 44: Eviction Talk

July 18, 2008 by  
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rex.jpgRex says if he survives tonight’s eviction he will be a “powerful housemate”.

Chatting to Belinda – who is also facing the public vote tonight – and Dale, the Big Brother contestant claimed he wanted to go home and had spent the week being annoying so viewers voted him out.

He said “I think I’ve been horrible enough this week and last week. And been really stuck up and talked about money and s**t so…”

Dale immediately interjected, saying “Believe me mate, that hasn’t just been the last couple of weeks. I’ve been here since day one, don’t you worry about that!”

Even Belinda agreed, saying “That’s true. You’ve been like this since I’ve been here.”

Rex said “I was like that for a while before that as well. If I stay that makes me a very powerful housemate.”

Dale and Belinda disagreed, with Belinda adding it wouldn’t be that impressive if he stayed because she is a “newbie”.

Clearly not worried about offending Belinda, Dale commented “It doesn’t really mean much if Belinda goes. The big thing is when someone’s been up twice against two original housemates. Then you’re powerful.”

Meanwhile, Luke and Sara said they are expecting Belinda to be evicted tonight.

Luke commented “Everyone thinks it’s a forgone conclusion.”

Sara added “I will be really shocked if they say Rex. I don’t want Belinda to go but I like Rex. When he winds me up it’s funny and I let him get away with it. There’s something about him.”

“His chequebook?” asked Luke.

Dale is “jealous” of the Hell housemates.

The trainee teacher made his surprising admission to Sara – who is living on the Hell side of the Big Brother divide along with Belinda, Lisa, Luke, Mikey, Rebecca and Stuart – this afternoon, claiming he had been envious of the cycling task they completed earlier this week.

Sara started the chat, saying “I don’t like this divide. And I’ve been feeling so jealous of you guys, with the food and everything.”

She also said the bike challenge – which saw the Hell group cycling 1040km in just 30 hours as part of this week’s shopping task – was “the hardest thing” she’d ever done and had affected everyone’s mood.

Dale admitted he’d been desperate to join in the peddling test, saying “Yeah, I saw you lot bonding over that task and I was proper jealous.”

In a separate conversation, a paranoid Dale discussed the possibility that new housemates might join the group tonight.

Chatting to some of the other contestants this afternoon (2pm) Dale admitted he wouldn’t be welcoming to any new arrivals.

He joked “If they put three new housemates in this week. I’ll punch them in the face and throw them out the door.”

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