6th Official Evictee: Victor
Victor has become the 6th Official Evictee of Big Brother
5, having lasted a credible eight weeks in the game. He was
the seventh person to leave the house, taking into account
Emma's removal in Week 4.
This was not a straightforward eviction though, as to all
intents and purposes it should have been his buddy Jay leaving
instead. Jason was miles ahead in the Polls and fans have
been gunning for him for weeks, just waiting for the opportunity
to kick him out.
However, as suggested in an earlier story, Victor's treatment
of Shell during the Wedding Task was appalling and could have
swung the vote. That said, we are slightly suspicious of the
outcome, something we shall detail further in a forthcoming
In the end, Victor allegedly received 47% of the public vote,
compared to Jason's 41%, Nadia's 7% and Dan's 5%.
Victor began building his bad boy image right from the start,
continually talking in 'street talk' and coming-out with all
manner of amusing little catchphrases and monikers for himself
in the diary room.
Two of the most memorable occasions were when he described
himself as a 'slickman-rapper-slash-part-time-hitman' and
referred to Kitten's state of mind as being, "About as
shaky as Rik Waller doing the Riverdance on a 3-legged tea
On Day 6, Vic's potential chat up lines were laughed-at by
Emma, but the following day he attempted to get something
going with another housemate, by flirting with Michelle in
the pamper room.
However, the s*x-mad Geordie girl was keeping her options
open at the time and subsequently chose Stu over 'Vic The
In Week 3, the Slickster became the target of bedsitters
Emma and Michelle, who's BB-assisted pranks ensured that he
had cold showers for a few days, whilst everyone else had
hot. The cocky Londoner was not amused.
Then, of course, came Vic's part in the all-out War of Day
20... as if you could forget?!
Upset at the return of the bedsitters and egged-on by Jay's
aggressive behaviour towards Marco, Victor and Emma had a
massive ding-dong where death threats were bandied about,
the Police were involved and Emma eventually got removed from
On Day 39, Victor was banned from nominating along with closest
pal and bitching partner Jay, with whom he'd formed an alliance
dubbed the 'Jungle Cats'. Their ban was for continually talking
about nominations and game tactics.
On day 40, the girls performed a Moulin Rouge routine for
the lads, when Vic crawled across the floor doing a rendition
of Boyz II Men's 'I'll Make Love To You'. "This is for
all the ladies I've ever loved... and all the ladies I've
ever banged!" said the maestro.
Victor also encouraged the hilarious and s*xy bedroom shenanigans
of Day 41. After the Graduation bash to celebrate Shell's
first class honors degree, a drunken Becki smacked Vic's bare
bum with a slipper as he and Jay amusingly made up pretend
Day 55 brought the fake wedding, during which it all started
to go badly wrong for Victor. In his speech, he likened new
bride Shell to a tramp's dog and later he seriously upset
her by telling some home truths.
A barnie ensued and Victor evidently became Public Enemy
No.1, overtaking Jason in the 'hated' stakes.
On hearing the news that he would be leaving, Victor shouted
at the crowd, "What (are) you booing me for, man?"
There were hugs all round but Vic remained philosophical,
saying, "S**t happens".
When it came time to leave, Jason remarked that it must be
'the year of the nice person' and Victor pysched himself up
for his exit by saying, "Now I'm 'gonna get booed...
(but) when they boo the Slickman, it just means that they
love me". Hugs followed.
Vic readied his swagger and, leaning against the wall as
the front doors opened, he could not ignore the noise of the
baying crowd, which was intense. The cool contestant just
lapped it up though, as Davina reminded him that it was, "All
After a quick rendition of 'I'll Make Love To You' as requested
by Davina, Victor walked the 'walk of shame', the first time
an evictee has done-so this year. By this time, the boos had
turned to cheers.
Love him or loathe him, Victor was such a character that
he will certainly be missed. If you were to ask yourself which
of housemates you'd like to meet, Vic would have to feature
quite high on your list, even if you just wanted to tell him
what you think of him!
Here at BBO, we wonder if he might have come across as more
of an 'alright guy' without Jay's influence?
Anyway, well done Vic and thanks for the entertainment; it's
certainly been an interesting eight weeks, watching your attempts
to implement that gameplan... even though it was destined
to fail by design.
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