Day 15, Thursday 27/6
Daley and Dexter advised Sam to take advantage of Jemimas affection for him and take any deals offered from magazines. Sam hates the idea, even for money! Later Jemima attempts to spice things up with Sam – only to be rebuked!
Dexter reveals that although he is straight, he has been known to don stockings for clients amongst other things.
Big Brother, deciding to liven things up, played a trick on Jack and Joe, and the housemates had to hide in the store room one by one without the twins noticing!
The final segment of the show was the live eviction, in which it was revealed that Jemima was the housemate with the least amount of votes and therefore had to leave the house.
Day 16, Friday 28/6
With the eviction ever looming, today starts off rather subdued. Big Brother introduced a new task which would give three housemates the chance to access secret information about the rest of the house. First they needed to unlock three padlocks guarding the secrets, and in order to gain a key they had to divulge their opinion on one of Big Brothers akward questions.
Sam jumped straight in with the first question “Which housemate makes you feel uncomfortable”, to which he said Jemima! Callum answered the question “which housemate do you like the least and why” with Jemima because he makes Sam feel so uncomfortable. No one had a bad thing to say about Sam.
Jemima was chosen by the viewers to be the second housemate to be evicted, leaving Dexter very relieved and emotional at being saved.
The Limping Chicken’s Big Brother correspondent is Michelle Hedley. Michelle is a Geordie originally from Tyneside, now living just inside the border of Northumberland. She loves discovering music and also has a love of the theatre, especially musicals. She’s a fan of science-fiction, watches anything on TV that is subtitled, and is now reliving her childhood renting DVDs! She is also a geocacher, and is on Twitter as @Shelle02
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