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Lisa's Looking Forward To The Eviction

While dippy Dave complained today that he's facing eviction, his mentor Lisa claimed that she's actually looking forward to it.

During a conversation about the current shopping budget task, recycled clothes sorter David suggested that Big Brother might instigate some kind-of twist to make the group fail. However, Lisa thought that Big Bro would go easy on them because they're all facing eviction due to rule-breaks by Marcus and Siavash.

On the subject of them all being 'up' – something Freddie gloated about to Lisa's face just to wind her up – David whinged: "We shouldn't all be up should we? We f***ing shouldn't. It's taking it out on people that don't break rules. It's not fair".

In response, Lisa claimed that she wasn't bothered, adding, "I don't care about Friday now. I'm quite looking forward to it. I've been told by different people that I'm not liked on the outside, so that's their opportunity to get me out".

The thing is, fans can't actually vote her out this week as-such, because Big Brother has reversed the voting and made it 'vote to save'. Although it's not a given, contenders such as David and Hira will possibly have less support among the voting public than Lisa, meaning the 41-year-old could well be safe.

Lisa also told Charlie that she's looking forward to the impending eviction, claiming to be strong enough to handle the rejection of being booted-out, before vowing to laugh in Freddie's face if she survives.

According to our recent 'Who do you want out next?' Poll, it would have been between Bea and Lisa this week if the voting hadn't been reversed to positive voting, but everyone had still been put up.

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