Housemates are waking up after Jamie’s shock eviction yesterday.
Coleen joins James C and Calum in the garden with a cheery, “Morning my little chickens.” James C deadpans, “F**k off, did you not hear me, f**k off.” “I’ve not heard you for a f**king month,” Coleen replies and they all laugh.
Calum is in the Diary Room talking about his argument last night with Jedward. He says he will now just have “basic” conversations with them. Calum says that although Edward has rude comebacks, with John, “You see his throat going, his hands shaking and he starts raising his voice, he’s the super defensive one that won’t f**king listen.”
Calum is in the garden talking to Coleen and James C about his late father, George Best. Calum says they had some great times, including his first time at Manchester United and receiving a football signed by all the players, “Beckham, Giggs and all of that lot, plus some of the old-school legends.”
He said that later that night he was kicking the ball around in the street, “Not thinking about whose names were on the ball…wish I still had that ball.”
Coleen asks if George’s liver transplant gave Calum hope. Calum says it did and recalls a time they were able to go on holiday together. He entered the kitchen and says that his father “closed the fridge door real quick…there was an open bottle of wine and he had swigged from it.” Calum says that he felt that if being together wasn’t good enough for his father that was the moment “I understood what it was to be alcohol dependent.”
Nicola and Bianca are discussing a career change for Kim. “You’d do really well on the sex line,” suggests Nicola. “If television work doesn’t come in after this I’ll be on the bloody sex line,” Kim retorts.
Bianca says Kim would be “brilliant. Some men like that dominatrix type of sound.” “Bend over, I’ll whip your bum with a lettuce leaf,” Kim practises.
Big Brother calls Kim to the Diary Room, but before she leaves she recites: “Share me a man, to share my lot, know one knows what a lot I’ve got, be he poor or riches blessed, send him along I’ll do the rest!”
Nicola admits to her Housemates that if they are now seeing the real Kim, “I think she’s probably the funniest person I’ve ever met.”
In the Diary Room, Kim tells Big Brother that she is happy that it’s now up to the public to vote. She feels that so far, the nominations have been “very fake, very phoney.” She adds: “All the people in the gang, shouldn’t win because they stood together and obeyed Nicola…they’ve played a filthy game.”