BIG BROTHER TONIGHT: SUNDAY 22 OCTOBER
HOUSEMATES REACT TO EVICTION CROWD’S CHANTS
Kerry and her fellow housemates are left reeling after hearing the crowd chant “Get Kerry Out” at Friday night’s eviction. Upset over what she heard; Kerry comes to the Diary Room to confide in Big Brother about how she is feeling.
“I don’t really know what to do now,” she begins. “They were chanting Get Kerry Out and it sounded like there was about 50,000 people. It just felt a bit rubbish and you think, oh god, what’s my son going through? What’s my family going through?”
Trying to make sense of it, she ponders whether her previous comments about Zak might have swayed the public against her. “If there’s anyone out there that’s a big Zak fan, they’re not going to be very happy with me. So I’m hoping it’s that,” she tells Big Brother.
“It’s really tough,” she admits, through tears.
Elsewhere, Jenkin and Tom discuss the crowd’s chants in the garden with Jenkin commenting: “You don’t want to listen to the crowd, you want to create your own judgement but then you have to sit back and think…”
“I’m not going to change my opinion, I like Kerry,” Tom responds. “I do think she over exaggerates a lot of the time, her reactions and responses to things because she’s obviously been watching this show for years.”
PAUL AND TRISH DISAGREE OVER BEDROOM ANTICS
The next day, Big Brother tasks Trish with chairing and setting the agenda for a house meeting. With everyone gathered around the dining table, Trish announces they will BE discussing food, realness and authenticity, and consideration.
On the topic of consideration for others, Trish takes the house to task over late night antics in the bedroom preventing her from sleeping, telling the group she wanted to come to the House to get a good rest.
Paul takes issue with this point, retorting: “Can I just say, you haven’t come to a luxury holiday resort, you’ve come to the Big Brother House and this is what’s going to happen.”
“I don’t go to bed at home til about three in the morning and I am a hyperactive person. I’m not going to just go to bed early and if you can’t handle that then you’re in the wrong place.”
He concludes: “Nobody’s got any hierarchy apart from Big Brother.”
What else is up for discussion in this tense house meeting? Viewers will have to tune in tonight to find out!
MATTY SUGGESTS HE AND JORDAN NEED TO TALK
Matty and Jordan’s friendship continues to blossom as the pair are partaking in what appears to be some flirtatious playfighting.
Perhaps unsure of where it is going, Matty appears cautious at points, later asking Jordan: “Do we need to have a serious conversation?”
Big Brother continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2 and ITVX.