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Bea Thinks Fred Will Go

Tonight is Freddie or Marcus' last night in the Big Brother House, but Freddie-obsessed Bea reckoned that it'll be the posher nominee going tomorrow night.

Approaching 1am and with Marcus and Charlie sat in the pool, a nearby Bea mentioned something about Freddie having survived possible eviction before, and said of tomorrow's eviction: "I've just got a feeling...", meaning this time he will be unlucky and get the boot.

Charlie didn't agree, however, saying: "I've got a feeling that he's staying, you've got a feeling that he's going," and noting that Freddie has survived so many times before (notice how it's all about Freddie, and not about fellow nominee Marcus).

But evil Bea speculated that fans might be sick of seeing the same faces popping up for eviction (i.e. Freddie) and considered that the public might use reverse psychology – something the psychology graduate presumably knows a thing-or-two about – to annoy Marcus by making him stay.

Charlie then stated that he thinks Marcus is better for the show because he's the more controversial character, and Bea agreed. Shortly afterwards, having arrived for a fag, Lisa told the mullet-wearer that he has brought more to the show than Freddie, but as we've already said, in our opinion we've seen all that Marcus has to offer now.

"I don't think you'll go tomorrow," said a confident Bea to Marcus, but, maintaining the front of desperately wanting to go home, the window fitter replied, "I hope you're wrong," and later told Lisa, "I do 100% want to go".

Of course, this could just be a case of him using reverse psychology, or more likely given that he's hardly Einstein, it's Marcus attempt at 'saving face' in advance of being kicked-out and establishing that he's not popular with the voting public. In other words, it's fine if he gets evicted, because he actually wanted to go.

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