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Freddie Doesn't Mind Going 'Up'

While he didn't quite say that he would relish the opportunity to face the public vote again, Freddie told Siavash tonight that he doesn't mind if he goes 'up' this week.

As the pair discussed who might have nominated them at the Tenth Round and who might consequently be 'up' this week, Siavash told his posh peer: "I guarantee you're going to be up. I promise you that you're going to be up... unless Charlie did me and Marcus... in which case... (no) I promise you're going to be up".

With Marcus having asked everyone to nominate him, Siavash thought it could just be Freddie and Marcus facing eviction on Friday night, but Marcus reckoned that Charlie will have nominated Siavash, so he could be up too. Freddie agreed.

When Siavash said that he hopes there'll be three people up this week, Freddie replied: "We'll see. I don't mind going up again: 'Brigadier Halfwit'". It was a reference to his own army-style ranking system, according to how many evictions he survives.

Some fans feel that Freddie has gloated too much recently about having survived so many times before, but in a way he has a right-to gloat, given that the 24-year-old currently holds the UK record for consecutive survivals – five in a row – and has escaped possible eviction a whopping seven times already.

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