Big Brother 2013: Gina Rio insults Sam Evans, tells Charlie Travers she should be evicted & throws Sophie Lawrence’s belongings in the pool!

Gina.

Big Brother was feeling lonely yesterday and decided to make Gina their VERY best friend.

Big Brother chose Gina to take on the secret mission. Gina was called to the diary room and told that she was to become Big Brother’s new best friend for the day.

Big Brother provided Gina with an ear piece. Through this ear piece Big Brother provided various tasks that their best friend must do around the house without anyone realising.

The best friend hits will be the following:

Gina proved herself an excellent BFF to Big Brother and successfully completed all of the missions set as BB’s new bezzie:

She insulted Sam’s appearance.
She stole some fake tan and deposited it in the store room.
She made up and spread an outrageous secret, implying to the housemates that she’s had a phone the whole time.
She told Charlie she wanted her to be evicted on Friday.
She threw a big strop.
She threw Sophie’s dressing gown in the pool.

As a result, Gina won a meal for her and another housemate. She chose Sophie. They were rewarded with a take away last night.

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3 Responses to “Big Brother 2013: Gina Rio insults Sam Evans, tells Charlie Travers she should be evicted & throws Sophie Lawrence’s belongings in the pool!”

  1. Karen says:

    So she did a task. All part of BB. What’s with the aggressive misleading headline?

  2. Marco says:

    Get sam out

    They have suddenly started putting mis leading adds about Gina

    Sam has played the hearing game all the way and held back letting Callum dan n the rest take stick

    Only dexter has been true all the way like him or not only he has stayed true

    Last night sam turned his back on dexter but yet heard all and made comments he has played the game to get sympathy

    He has conned the public

    Get sam out

    Dexter to win

  3. Karen says:

    I noticed that with Sam turning his back but still hearing exactly what was said too. There didn’t even seem any delay on his answer either (some hard of hearing people have to work out exactly what was said after the person has spoken as some words were not properly heard – which takes a few seconds more).