Talking to new boy Sam Pepper this afternoon, Mario claimed
that he's not worried about being kicked-out now that he's
made it past the half-way mark.
Sam instigated the conversation by asking his older peer
if he ever felt scared about leaving the House, to which Mazza
answered in the negative.
However, Mario – who was chosen at random to take part
in the show on Launch night – then admitted that he'd
been concerned in the past; not because he was worried about
the public's reaction, but because he didn't want to spoil
"If I'd left in the first or second week I would have
felt like I'd been cheated. But now we're past the midway
point, that fear isn't there as much," said the man who's
a massive Big Brother fan and owns the Diary Room chair from
Big Brother 7.
Talking about his own fate, Sam hoped that he won't be voted-out
at the first opportunity.
When John joined the conversation, all three lads agreed
they would have applied to be on Big Brother 11 even if there
was no prize money on offer.
Actually, for the first time in years we believe that sentiment;
that they're in it for the experience and not the fame or
fortune that being on the show can (but rarely does) bring.