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Mario Frets Over His Future, Govan Doesn't

Mario Mugan - Big Brother 11 Housemate

Mario was fretting this afternoon over the possibility of him leaving on Friday night.

The 28-year-old former McDonald's worker wasn't originally due to face eviction, because he didn't receive enough nominations on Monday. However, nominee Shabby won Tuesday's scooter task and chose Mario to take her place, having already discussed it (in code) with Govan.

About that situation, Mario became upset and moaned to his peers that, unlike them, he had to fight for his place in House, referring to his days as a mole at the start of the series.

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Today, while chatting to Sunshine, Mario said that on Friday he'll be 'as nervous as a long-tailed cat in a room full of rocking chairs'. He then added: "I don't want to go yet because I don't think I've had enough time in here".

Govan, who's very likely to go instead, told Mario: "Presume the worst and hope for the best". The voluntary worker later claimed that he's not really thinking about the outcome of the eviction.

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