Getting On Famously
The housemates have been considering tonight what things will
be like when they get out of the house.
Victor, who's tried to cultivate an almost larger-than-life
(if a little pathetic) 'bad boy' persona during his time in
the house, revealed that he'll be partying it up.
Referring to how he might act in light of his new-found celebrity,
the cocky Londoner at first suggested that he wouldn't be
a demanding celeb, and then did an about-turn, saying, "No,
actually, maybe I would?"
Dan, who seems to think that he knows everything about PR,
celebrity and fame, despite the closest he's been is the frontman
in a dodgy, dated electro-pop band, offered the group some
words of wisdom.
Do not use the line 'Do you know who I am?', not even in jest,
was the savvy snipper's advice.
"I use that anyway," said Victor believably, before
Jay added, "That line just makes people think 'w****r!'"
Well, he said it!
The thing is, these days, the Big Brother contestants' 'fame'
seems to fade as quick as you can say "Cameron who?"
However, they still have the notoriety for years, particularly
the baddie characters.
What a bind. Who'd go in for Big Brother?
Good job someone does though - watch out Z-list, here they
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