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Jordan continues to live in a state of confusion over what to do about the love triangle he’s found himself at the centre of between Matty and Henry.

After days of listening to multiple parties involved, Trish decides to give Jordan some tough love on the matter.

“I want you to be conscious that, whatever you’re creating with Henry… be intentional about it,” she gently warns him. “Don’t let it be something that’s just happening because when Matty’s not around you need a substitute lover to kind of fill up that space.”

“From the outside looking in, what it looks like you do, you're extremely flirty with Matty, but you can’t have Matty because the door is a bit locked,” she continues. “And when you remember that you can’t have Matty, you go and flirt with Henry.”

“Oh, I know… it’s bad isn’t it?” Jordan groans, to which Trish replies: “Yes.”

“What do I do then?” Jordan ponders. “I think you have to be intentional about your plans, act in a way that reflects what that intention is,” Trish advises.

“I’ve never kissed him with tongues!” Jordan defends himself.

“Now Jordan come on…have you kissed me on my lips before?” she responds. “I just want you to be accountable for your actions.”

Jordan resolves to provide clarity to his best friend Henry about how he feels about him.

But how will this conversation play out, and will it mark the end of weeks of this will-they, won’t-they saga? Viewers can tune into tonight’s episode to judge for themselves.


After passing a secret mission set by Big Brother, Yinrun is rewarded with her very own party - but she can only select six housemates to join her. She chooses Chanelle, Jenkin, Tom, Trish, Dylan and Noky.

Disgruntled at their lack of invite, Olivia and Paul are left to look on at the party from the upstairs area with Matty, Henry and Jordan.

Paul takes to the balcony, throwing balls of cling film down at the party as housemates look on.

“Your little d**khead party, I’m sick of it,” Paul says to them. Paul then comes downstairs into the party and takes two of the cocktails over to the sink, suggesting he might pour them down the drain. “Let’s play a game,” he teases.

“Play your own f**king game, you prick,” Jenkin says before storming off. “Paul, grow the f**k up you f**king child.”

As Noky watches the drama unfold, Paul turns to her and asks: “What are you staring at?” to which she replies, “You, of course.”

“You’re strange, you just stare at me and don’t say a word,” he remarks. “Weird.”

When Trish returns to the party, Noky informs her of her interaction with Paul, much to Trish’s disdain.

“You are a bully,” she calls to Paul from downstairs. “Why am I a bully?” he asks her.

“You know why you’re a bully, don’t act stupid,” she retorts. “Calm your voice down Trish,” Paul tells her.

Paul continues to press her on labelling him a bully. “Are you talking about Noky, is that what you’re talking about?” he asks.

“So you know? So you know who you’ve been bullying?” she responds before reaffirming her position. “You are a bully.”

The pair continue to squabble verbally, before dispersing into their respective groups to discuss the events of the evening and what it means for the rest of their time in the house.

Big Brother continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2 and ITVX.


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