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So, Does Charlie Have A Gameplan?
Ten weeks in, and we're starting to get really suspicious
about Charlie's gameplan now...
We were just looking back at some old stories and came across
one from Week 2, where last year's Runner-up Mikey Hughes
dubbed the Geordie housemate a 'fake' and suggested that he's
the biggest game-player in the Big Brother House.
Despite the fact that Charlie came across as a chirpy character
at first, it wasn't long before he was instigating pranks
that would humiliate or upset his peers, something that he
has continued to do throughout the series.
Remember when he made Freddie hide in a faux game of hide-and-seek,
and cruelly failed to look for him? Or when he soaked Angel
with a water bomb just for a laugh, and made her cry?
The former Mr Gay UK contestant has shown other signs of
nastiness over the past ten weeks too, having aligned himself
to Lisa's lot and stuck by the ailing clique before Bea and
Sophie bolstered its numbers by changing sides – if
you recall, they both supported Marcus a couple of
Over the past few days there's been plenty of friction in
the House, mainly surrounding Freddie and Bea, but Charlie
has started having lots of uncharacteristic 'I really like
you' type conversations and little parting hugs with the likes
of Bea and Marcus, even though he nominated the latter at
the most recent round.
The 22-year-old was siamesed to Bea tonight and never left
her side, seemingly snubbing potential boyfriend Rodrigo.
Indeed, he has pretty-much become Bea's lapdog recently, and
is always nothing less than sickeningly sycophantic towards
So, we can't work him out; is Charlie genuinely just trying
to please everyone, has he fallen in with the wrong crowd,
or does he have a gameplan to avoid nominations? Frankly,
the latter wouldn't surprise us, given that one of his ex's
said he was unemployed for ages and only got a job in-order
to help his chances of getting-on Big Brother. So, he's not
as stupid as he makes out, and can think forward.
Charlie said before he arrived that he didn't have a gameplan
and just wanted to be himself in the House, but is that what
he's doing? And whatever he's doing, is it working?
Answers on a postcard please!
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