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Bea Told That Her Mum Is Proud

Yep, another article about Bea and how she's feeling, how upset she is, how she's blaming others for something, how she thinks the world revolves around her etc.

Yesterday, Bea kicked-off about not getting a message from her mum, and subsequently threatened to quit the show. Big Brother told her to sleep on her decision in the customary way, and Marcus advised the miserable 24-year-old that all she had to do was wait, and Big Bro would do something to pep her up.

And that happened today, when during a trip to the Diary Room she was given some positive feedback from her mum. It was also re-iterated that her mum hadn't wanted to appear in the holographic video message because she's a very private person (but presumably Bea already knew that?) In other words, it wasn't a snub or some kind-of secret message, as fans seem to think it was.

Emerging from her chat with Big Brother, the recruitment consultant told Lisa that the entity had reassured her by saying: 'Big Brother can tell you that your mum is incredibly proud of you'.

Arguably, the entity was breaking one of its own fundamental rules by telling Bea this – that there should be no contact with the outside world – but hey ho... anything to stop a fifth person quitting, thereby denying the public the opportunity to boot her out!

Bea also revealed that Big Bro had asked her what advice she thought her mum might offer, and she opined that her mum would tell her to 'snap out if it'.

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