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So, Marcus DOES Want To Win
Marcus has effectively told his peers that he wants to win,
and said that he no longer wants them to send him home. He
has also suggested that he would beat Siavash if he went up-against
the wannabe stylist at an eviction.
For weeks, the moping window fitter claimed that he wanted
to go home so that he could watch the show on TV, telling
his peers as much and encouraging them to nominate him. However,
things changed when he beat Freddie at an eviction, and the
35-year-old hasn't mentioned going home since.
Many fans saw it as some kind-of reverse psychology –
that he'd been saying it just to gain sympathy from his peers
and therefore avoid nominations – but Marcus has definitely
changed his tune, and he made his position crystal clear today.
"I'll re-iterate again: vote for me if you want to,
but not because I wanna' go home now, " he declared to
the group in advance of the nominations, adding: "So,
if you've got a proper reason, then by all means go for it,
but not just, 'Oh, he wants to go home'".
Meanwhile, Siavash failed to nominate this week in the full
knowledge that he could end-up facing Marcus, believing that
he would likely lose to the sideburn-wearing Londoner if so.
However, his actions caused a huge amount of friction and
a big barnie ensued, with Charlie and Rodrigo being the most
Commenting on Siavash's abstention later-on during a garden
conversation with Charlie, former friend Marcus showed his
cocky side by spitting: "He doesn't want to go up-against
me 'cos he knows he'll be out on his ar*e".
Last week, Lisa noted that Marcus really wants to win despite
his previous nonchalance over the matter, but some fans have
accused Marcus of implementing a clever
gameplan to get where he is now in the game.
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