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Nominations: The 'New' Food?

If you tune into the e4 coverage on Big Brother 4, you used to be almost guaranteed that the topic of conversation would be about food, or would soon come around to it!

However, all they seem to talk about now is the nominations... despite the fact that it is forbidden.

As Cam sat with Lisa around the sofa area today, the big Scot felt the urge to ask her how she was feeling about facing eviction this Friday.

"I'm not surprised, I already expected it to be honest," came the reply, presumably without deliberate reference to any psychic ability this time?

Steph then joined the pair, and Cam asked her how many times she'd been up for eviction. It was the second time for both housemates.

But then just as Steph came and took some attention away, Lisa decided to talk about her favourite subject, herself!

"I've only been here a week and I'm quite disappointed," said the 35-year-old standby contestant, before claiming, "I haven't done a task". Erm, yes she has, she was involved in practising for the horse riding task but skulked out of actually performing for it when by feigning illness.

The Welsh housemate also mentioned that she hadn't had a chance to nominate yet and frankly, it doesn't look she's ever going to.

And as she made tracks to the store room to collect some choccy, Cameron began the inevitable back biting.

"You have to ask (Lisa how she feels about eviction); there's no point skirting around the issue," suggested Cam in a whisper. But Lisa was soon back and the conversation about Ray's nominations resumed.

After Lisa suggested that she and Cam had been picked as nominees just because they'd both had amnesty from being nominated last week, Cam was prompted to snap at his least favourite housemate:

"I don't think it works like that," he said bluntly, seemingly hoping that she would go away.

But, Lisa had her own optimistic view on the situation, which was to console herself that she'd lasted longer than Anouska. Yeh, on a technicality... the public would have voted her off within a day-or-so if they had the chance.

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