Big Brother 2012: Victoria upsets Chris, Lydia upsets, well, most people, while Arron & Luke S spot a nominations loophole!
And inevitably – it happens every year – a game of spin the bottle ensued with those the bottle of fate landed on choosing which of their fellow housemates they would Snog, Marry or Evict. O oh…
However, there were other challenges among the merriment, including drinking while upside down, which Lauren managed admirably, and choosing the worst HM photo, for which Shievonne chose Luke A’s picture.
Victoria bravely took on the Cinnamon Challenge, but then put something of a downer on things by saying she didn’t want to dance to “rubbish” music, and refused to kiss anyone as part of her dares.
Sara said she couldn’t possibly choose who to Snog, Marry or Evict as she doesn’t know anyone well enough…
Here’s a clip of the crazy kids spinning the bottle…
However, Victoria’s moodiness continued, prompting Chris and Arron to make it their mission to cheer her up, but it all went Pete Tong when Victoria refused to even hug Chris, let alone kiss him. But she did kiss Benedict. Cue injured pride…
However, as you’ll see in the clip below – but which I’m sure will be subtitled in tonight’s highlights show – amid loo flushing, peeing and other water based noises, it’s nigh on impossible to find out what they said about the whole thing.
If you can decipher it, please let us know what the lads said! Here’s the clip…
On now to the fact that Lydia is getting on almost everyone’s left one, and the unease about her was sparked when, from behind a pillow, she vehemently ranted about how she “can’t stand” Victoria, despite the fact she’s been as nice as pie – actually, when are pies nice to people? – to her face.
In a conversation with Caroline, Lydia revealed that she dislikes Victoria, which prompted mad haired Caroline to say, “Ok, so please explain. Why don’t you like her (Victoria)? I thought you were best friends?”
To which Lydia replied, “I can’t stand her. Honestly. I just keep talking to her to p**s her off.
“I keep putting myself in her face because I love it in here.”
Meanwhile, Victoria got angry with Lydia when she was left out on the salad front at lunchtime, which Victoria reckoned was a personal attack on her by Lydia.
But prior to salad-gate, it seemed that Lydia and Victoria had bonded over being “floaters.”
*Head exploding, joke overload…
When Victoria bemoaned her lack of a group of friends, Lydia told her, “I’m not in a group either. I never thought I was a floater but I am in here.
“We’re both floaters.”
So, with Day 4 now upon us, things aren’t looking too good for Lydia within the house, but what about on this side of the compound fence?
Should Lydia stay or should she go now? And if she stays, will there be trouble? And if she goes will it be double?
So come on and let me know, should she stay or should she go?