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Bea Unhappy With Message From Home

The group received messages from home today, and it was all going swimmingly until Bea received hers...

As a reward, Big Brother had promised to show everyone a message from their friends or relatives, and Lisa was the first to get one.

The 41-year-old jobseeker received a cheer from her peers as she was shown a holographic message from her mum and aunt, who revealed that her brother is having a baby, making her smile and cry at the same time.

Charlie was shown a message from his dad, who told him that although his mum has been unwell, she has reacted positively to treatment.

David's message was from his aunt and one of his friends, which made him overjoyed, while Marcus predicted that his message would be from actress Salma Hayek and 'Jet' from Gladiators. It wasn't, funnily enough!

But Bea's message was from her friend Tee, who began, "I don't know who you were expecting to see, but I bet it wasn't me!" And her pal had hit the nail on the head, as Bea subsequently grumbled, "Why wasn't it my mum?"

Marcus suggested that her mum might have been busy, and David tried to console the blonde Bristolian after she got upset and moaned: "I wanted it to be my mum".

"It's all good," added Siavash in a bid to reassure her, but his efforts were futile as the sobbing recruitment consultant snapped: "No it's not!"

"Everybody's getting really supportive messages," whinged the sniffling 24-year-old, before adding: "I just feel really disappointed".

Bea's reaction would soon cause friction though, when she was mocked by some of her peers for her negative response.

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