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Bea Moans About Rodrigo's Response

Bea wasn't happy that Rodrigo mocked her over her ungrateful reaction to the messages from home earlier today, and ended-up going on-and-on about him tonight.

Chatting to Charlie, Dave and Lisa, she moaned, "He argues over absolutely nothing," in reference to the fact that the Brazilian student hadn't been sympathetic to her feelings and caused hassle by laughing at her.

"If I'd thought I was gonna' come on the show and humiliate myself, I wouldn't have turned up," said Bea, before suggesting that Rod wasn't the only one who hadn't responded well to her getting upset.

The 24-year-old then conceded that she overreacted to not having any cherryade once before, but said that doesn't mean she shouldn't be taken seriously if she gets upset again.

Earlier, chatting to Charlie and Sophie, she whinged: "Would you argue with me right now? I've seen a different side to (Rodrigo) tonight," before adding, "Nobody knows other people's families, but I would not laugh if someone was getting upset".

The friction was all over the fact that Bea was gutted because she hadn't received a message from her mum, and thought the group were belittling her friend Tee who appeared in her video message, with Rodrigo leading his peers in laughing at her plight.

We apologise if it seems that every story is about Bea lately, but frankly it IS all about Bea at the moment. Public Enemy No.1, she is someone that Big Brother fans cannot wait to get rid-of, gaining nearly 75% of the votes in our latest 'Who Do You Want Out Next?' Poll... and that's up-against seven other people.

Hated? Just a bit!

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