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Eddy - August 12, 2010 05:45 PM (GMT)
Sam Pepper is hot new Big Brother favourite

Sam Pepper has become the new Big Brother favourite - despite only being in the show for two weeks.

His odds have been slashed from 7-1 to 13-8 following a huge £10,000 single bet placed on the graffiti artist to win the last series of the Channel 4 reality show.

As a result the 21-year-old has overtaken long-time favourite Corin to take the 13-8 lead. Corin is 2-1 and Josie is 11-4.

In Friday's eviction, Jo is the 2-7 favourite to get the boot, Dave is 5-1 while Sam and JJ appear safe at 7-1 and 12-1 respectively, William Hill said.

"Mr Pepper has really added a bit of spice to the house in the past two weeks and he is by far the best backed housemate," said Hill's spokesman Joe Chilly.

Whats on TV, 12/08/10.

:huh:

I'm just so surprised.

KingArthur - August 12, 2010 11:30 PM (GMT)
Tonight I thought Sam was a total pr1ck again. I am sick of the John James and Josie saga. They will no way be a couple, it is all fake.

Eddy - August 13, 2010 05:02 AM (GMT)
I think JJ shows next to no romantic interest in Josie. He originally said that they were friends. The idea of a romance was planted by BB.

On the other hand, Josie's love for JJ is genuine. She is totally in love and will be seriously upset after they all leave the BB11 House when she realises that there really is no romance. The humiliation and the hurt could do her long-lasting emotional damage.

Sam is Sam. He has a good heart. We saw that when he approached BB and asked what he could do to get Dave his letter from his children. An amazing gesture, especially as he was not allowed to tell the House why and how he was given the letter.

However Sam has a lot of growing-up to. He is a very young 18. The other housemates do appear to be baiting him and then object when he reacts in an OTT way.

What interested me the most about last night's episode was Mario's face when he found out that the 2 JJs were leaving the House to take partr in the panto-horse race. He could barely conceal his envy and his fury. A real jealous guy.

KingArthur - August 13, 2010 10:03 AM (GMT)
Eddy I agree to an extent about Sam. He had a couple of days of being rather kind and sweet, even amusing but suddenly some switch goes off in his head and he reverts back to being a jerk. He was not in the least "goaded" when he suddenly decided to pull off Josie's duvet. Yes, she retaliated later by pouring a small amount of water in his pocket then he starts spraying ketchup around. Big difference between water which dries out and actually cleans things and ketchup which just makes a mess.

I agree that Josie is smitten by the Aussie but he probably fancies JJ more than he does Josie.

Mario's face was a picture. Maybe he is just used to getting anything he wants and cannot stand seeing others have fun. A strange fish, Mario.

Eddy - August 13, 2010 11:40 AM (GMT)
QUOTE (KingArthur @ Aug 13 2010, 10:03 AM)
I agree that Josie is smitten by the Aussie but he probably fancies JJ more than he does Josie.

A lot of people are all saying the same thing.

:fruitloop:

Eddy - August 13, 2010 04:03 PM (GMT)
All housemates to face eviction next week
By Tom Ayres


Channel 4 has announced that nominations have now ended for the rest of the series.

Instead, phone lines will open tonight for viewers to vote out any of the remaining nine housemates once either JJ, Jo, David or Sam are evicted in tonight's live show.

This evening will also bring another twist when housemates are informed of the upcoming 'Champions' series of Big Brother, which begins immediately after the series final on August 24.

The original housemates are currently unaware that the winner of this series will remain in the house for two further weeks competing against the most loved and hated housemates from previous series. They are also unaware that nominations have now ended.

Housemates will tonight be given one minute to decide which of them they believe deserves to win the series, after which the chosen person will receive immunity and a fast-track ticket to the final.

The phone lines to evict any of the current housemates will open tonight following the live eviction.

Digital Spy, 13/08/10.

:o

:fruitloop:

KingArthur - August 13, 2010 08:17 PM (GMT)
That is quite a twist.

Eddy - August 13, 2010 10:05 PM (GMT)
Jo evicted.

The lovely Jo is the eighth person to be evicted from the Big Brother house.
Jo received 39.4% of the public vote.


Eddy - August 15, 2010 06:33 AM (GMT)
Big Brother: four evictions next week!

Channel Four has confirmed that four housemates will be evicted from Big Brother next week ahead of the final on August 24.

The news comes after the housemates were informed of the date of the final, and the start of Ultimate Big Brother featuring some of the best past housemates.

There are currently nine remaining housemates - but the quadruple eviction means numbers in the house will be almost halved by next Friday night.

However it remains unclear whether all four will be given the boot next Friday or whether the evictions will be staggered throughout the week.

Josie is immune from eviction after the housemates voted her to receive an automatic pass to the final on Friday night's show.

The winner of the final on August 24 will compete in Ultimate Big Brother in which past housemates from both Big Brother and Celebrity Big Brother will compete for the title of Ultimate Housemate.

Whats on TV, 14/08/10.

clueless - August 15, 2010 06:35 AM (GMT)
JO BUTLER'S VERDICTS

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from Daily Star Sunday, 15/08/2010



KingArthur - August 15, 2010 10:16 AM (GMT)
Jo's "verdicts" tell us almost nothing about the others but show she is astonishingly self-centered.

Eddy - August 15, 2010 02:47 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (KingArthur @ Aug 15 2010, 10:16 AM)
Jo's "verdicts" tell us almost nothing about the others but show she is astonishingly self-centered.

Good point.

:D

KingArthur - August 15, 2010 10:39 PM (GMT)
John James keeps calling everyone else "game players" but he is the biggest one in the house. I'm really getting bored with it. Four to leave on Friday will be Steve, Andrew, Dave and Mario. :zzz:

clueless - August 16, 2010 05:24 AM (GMT)
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from Daily Star, 16/08/2010

Eddy - August 16, 2010 05:42 AM (GMT)
Thanks clueless.

It's an ok twist to see some old friends but I don't see what can be gained in term's of the show's dynamic.

Most of the housemates on that list were not in the BB11 House at the same time as many of the remaining housemates. Also, we have already heard what they think.

Rose - August 16, 2010 10:09 AM (GMT)

Think it will be Sam, Mario, Corin and Dave that will go out Friday .

It will be a good TV night for sure ..

Eddy - August 16, 2010 10:40 AM (GMT)
QUOTE (Rose @ Aug 16 2010, 10:09 AM)
Think it will be Sam, Mario, Corin and Dave that will go out Friday .

It will be a good TV night for sure ..

I actually think JJ is going. He might have a lot of fans but there are far more that dislike him.

Corin or Mario will be safe.

:)

Eddy - August 16, 2010 06:10 PM (GMT)
Josie is firm favourite for BB11 win
By Alex Fletcher


Bookmakers have installed Josie as the new firm favourite to triumph in Big Brother 11.

The Bristol sales rep is now rated at 8/13 with Paddy Power, after the remaining housemates voted to give her a free pass to next week's final.

Corin is rated at 11/4 to triumph, while late entrant Sam's odds have now drifted to 6/1. Former favourite John James has had his odds of winning lengthen dramatically since Friday and punters can now back him as a 25/1 longshot.

Mario (20/1), Andrew (25/1), Steve (25/1), Dave (33/1) and JJ (50/1) also have lengthy odds and are not expected be crowned the victor on August 24.

Digital Spy, 16/08/10.[/B]

:o

John James support appears to have collapsed after his argument woth Sam last week.

Rose - August 17, 2010 09:11 AM (GMT)

As the housemates sleep soundly with dreams of reaching the final in a week's time, little do they know that Bob Righter is set to spring a surprise on them this morning.

Dave is probably dreaming about 'the glory', Mario is surely dreaming about moles and perhaps Corin is fantasising about 'buzzin' her way into the final five, but we are certain none of them have any idea about the tricks old Bobby R has in store.


Rose - August 17, 2010 09:14 AM (GMT)
Last Friday, a dozen familiar faces rocked up at Elstree, to discuss and dissect every aspect of Big Brother, over a slap up meal!

Big Brother's Last Supper is a retrospective look at the last eleven years of classic reality drama, exploring how Big Brother has changed the landscape of British television. Scheduled to air on the night of the Ultimate Big Brother finale on September 10th, the dinner-based discussion was hosted by none other than Dermot O'Leary.

Yes, the legendary former BBLB presenter, who fronted the show between Big Brother 2 in 2001 and Celebrity Hijack in 2008, made a triumphant return to his former stomping ground, and was on fine form as he grilled eleven former housemates - each one representing a different series.

As you can see from the picture above, these eleven housemates were:

•Big Brother's first ever winner, Craig Phillips
•Narinder Kaur from BB2
•Disco-dancing Alex Sibley from BB3
•BB4 champion Cameron Stout
•BB5's Marco Sabba (no, we didn't recognise him with hair either)
•The show's sixth winner, Anthony Hutton
•The king of BB7, Pete Bennett
•BB superfan and series eight winner Brian Belo
•BB9 hunk Rex Newmark
•One of the most controversial housemates from BB10, Bea Hammill
•And our good friend and recent evictee Ben Duncan

With a line-up like that, you know you're in for a treat. But will any of these housemates also be hitting our screens when Ultimate Big Brother starts on Tuesday 24th August?
Big Brother is keeping the line-up close to his chest, but make sure you stick with channel4.com/bigbrother for all the latest official news.

Rose - August 17, 2010 09:15 AM (GMT)
Housemates led by Sam have asked Josie to buy them a number of things if she manages to win the £100,000 prize money.


Sam began the pleas by asking Josie to buy everyone a pair of personalised trainers. Dave went on to ask the Bristolian babe for £300 worth of nice clothes and a slap up meal for all the housemates.


Josie then countered their requests by telling them she would probably buy Steve some legs. The housemates said that she should wait a while first as prosthetic legs are expensive and he may get some free.


Josie said although she thinks she won't win, if she did she would treat all of the housemates to a slap up meal at a fancy restaurant.


Josie has been given a pass to the final, all the other housemates face the public vote and four housemates face eviction this Friday.

Eddy - August 17, 2010 12:53 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (Rose @ Aug 17 2010, 09:11 AM)
As the housemates sleep soundly with dreams of reaching the final in a week's time, little do they know that Bob Righter is set to spring a surprise on them this morning.

Dave is probably dreaming about 'the glory', Mario is surely dreaming about moles and perhaps Corin is fantasising about 'buzzin' her way into the final five, but we are certain none of them have any idea about the tricks old Bobby R has in store.

It ended in a fight with some home truths being exchanged.

:D

Eddy - August 17, 2010 06:27 PM (GMT)
John James would give prize money to Josie

Big Brother housemate John James has said that if he wins the reality Tv contest he would give the prize money to Josie. The winner of the show gets £100,000.

While the Australian thought that it was unlikely that he would win and Josie has a much better chance, he told fellow housemates that he would not keep the the cash.

John James said: "I would have given mine to Josie.

"Originally I was going to give it to charity but as time went on I decided to do that."

The retired welded added that he always intended to give away the money away and had even considered splitting the cash between all the housemates or giving it to the runner-up.

Meanwhile, John James has told Josie that he is willing to move to the UK to be with her.

He revealed his feelings for the Bristol lass in an intimate conversation under the bed covers.

John James told her: "I'm gonna move here to be with you, I want to move here.

"I still want to be here with you."

Josie is worried that his feelings for her will not be the same once they leave the reality house.

Stv, 17/08/10.

:o

He must think that he is not going to win or that he will pick up votes by making a statement like that.

KingArthur - August 17, 2010 08:00 PM (GMT)
He must think that he is not going to win or that he will pick up votes by making a statement like that.

Exactly Eddy. John James has protested too much that he doesn't care about the show but everyone else is a game player. He wants to win as much as anyone and it seems will say anything to please the crowd.

Eddy - August 17, 2010 10:40 PM (GMT)
I found the tormenting of Corin, over that handbag business, very unpleasant. Well done to Josie for intervening.

Apparently this continues tomorrow with Dave, JJ and Sam.

:angry:

Eddy - August 18, 2010 04:49 AM (GMT)
Housemates Evacuated After Freak Storm

Big Brother safely evacuated all of the housemates tonight after a freak storm caused the house to flood.

As the storm worsened and rain began seeping into the house Big Brother gathered the housemates and escorted them all into a nearby building ...

Full piece and video, C4 BB site, 18/08/10.

:o

They have now returned to the House and are sleeping on inflatable beds in the task room.

The live feed was cut off during all of this.

Rose - August 18, 2010 06:25 AM (GMT)

Big Brother safely evacuated all of the housemates tonight after a freak storm caused the house to flood.

As the storm worsened and rain began seeping into the house Big Brother gathered the housemates and escorted them all into a nearby building.

The housemates are all in good spirits and enjoying their unexpected trip out of the compound whilst Big Brother examines the situation in the house.



Housemates Evacuated After Freak Storm

Rose - August 18, 2010 06:28 AM (GMT)

Rose - August 18, 2010 06:30 AM (GMT)
The housemates are currently settling into their temporary accommodation in the large task room after returning to the House.

Earlier in the evening the group had to be evacuated after a freak storm flooded certain parts of the House.

Several housemates have said how good it is to be back in the House and commented that it was weird 'being away from home', even if it was only for a couple of hours.

Even though they are in a new bedroom, most of the housemates are sticking with their usual routines. John James and Josie have chosen to sleep next to each other and so have regular bed buddies Mario and Andrew. The mole pushed his airbed right up against Andrew's before telling him that he is going to miss sharing a bed with him when they leave the House.

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Several housemates including Corin and Dave seem to be wide awake after tonight's dramatic events and have been saying how exciting they found tonight's 'little adventure'.

Other housemates including JJ and Steve are using tonight as an opportunity to get an early night's sleep.

One thing is for certain, tonight is one night that the housemates will never forget as surely even Bob Righter couldn't have predicted what has happened in the last few hours.


KingArthur - August 18, 2010 11:05 AM (GMT)
QUOTE (Eddy @ Aug 17 2010, 11:40 PM)
I found the tormenting of Corin, over that handbag business, very unpleasant. Well done to Josie for intervening.

Apparently this continues tomorrow with Dave, JJ and Sam.

:angry:

Agree totally. Sam is a right sh1t for carrying on a prank way too far. The likes of John James, JJ and Dave who encourage him are almost as bad. John James knew full well what Sammy had done but when Josie intervened he still tried to defend Sam. Happily Josie was having none of it. Well done to her.

Eddy - August 18, 2010 07:57 PM (GMT)
JOSIE has told John James that they are "over" and demanded that the aggressive Aussie doesn't talk to her for the rest of the time in the house.

The lovebirds are at war over the way that Sam and John James have treated Corin.

And Josie is seething over John's lack of support for her.

The row kicked off this morning when Sam once again had a go at Corin and Josie told him to stop bullying her ...

Full article, the Sun, 18/08/10.

:D

Josie put JJ and Sam in their place as she realised that they were intending to carry on in their campaign against Corin.

But I do wonder just how long the split will last for.

KingArthur - August 18, 2010 10:59 PM (GMT)
John James spent the bulk of the day being a hypocritical ar$e then suddenly decides to wear his costume and looks like the hero.
I detest him.

On a side note, I am surprised the polymath Mario doesn't realise it is Dr Jekyll who is the nice guy and Mr Hyde the nasty one. :)

Eddy - August 19, 2010 10:53 AM (GMT)
John James is frightened.

A hilarious scenario has unfolded making the BB golden boy very worried about meeting up with Nathan, the ex-BB housemate.

Read this, Digital Spy, 19/08/10.

Eddy - August 19, 2010 01:10 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (Eddy @ Aug 19 2010, 10:53 AM)
John James is frightened.

A hilarious scenario has unfolded making the BB golden boy very worried about meeting up with Nathan, the ex-BB housemate.

Read this, Digital Spy, 19/08/10.

JJ o the live feed: "I just sat in the BB house and threatened to leave until I got what I wanted''

This gets more amusing as it goes on.

Apparently JJ demanded that BB allow him to make a video phone-call to Nathan in order to apologise to him for the comments that he had made to Rachel.

BB agreed. I suspect that they felt that they had no choice as JJ's departure would have spoilt the eviction vote. This runs against the spirit of the whole show. BB is at fault for allowing big-mouthed ex-housemates to return.



KingArthur - August 19, 2010 08:20 PM (GMT)
They should just have let John James walk. (Off a cliff, preferably.)

Eddy - August 19, 2010 10:39 PM (GMT)
Who do you most want to see evicted next?

Andrew
4%

Corin
8%

Dave
11%

Joe John/ JJ2J
3%

John James/ JJ1
28%

Mario
12%

Sam
13%

Steve
22%

The BB Online Poll, Vote Here.

KingArthur - August 19, 2010 10:48 PM (GMT)
I hope that poll is accurate. To have John James and Sam both leave would be great. :D

Eddy - August 20, 2010 08:16 AM (GMT)
Big Brother made me sick last night. BB should have let John James leave.

Like a spoilt brat he has made threats to leave on many occasions. It is sickening watching him get his own way. To think, he started out as one of my favourites.

I can understand that JJ's early departure would have spoiled the eviction vote this week (though 3 could have still been evicted), but giving in to him is far worse. He does get his telephone call to Nathan!!!

Not that JJ is entirely to blame. BB should never have invited Rachael back for that task.




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