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Task: Housemates Use Their Heads To Win Party

Big Bro has left the eight housemates home alone today and sent them a postcard which basically said 'When the cat's away, the mice must play'. But before they would get to really play, they had to complete a task.

For the sunbathing entity expected a couple of postcards in return, but didn't want any of the usual predictable and boring tat. No sir-ee, it wanted a couple of hand-painted postcards depicting scenes from Big Brother 7.

Actually, that's not 100% accurate, as the housemates had to get into groups of four and were given 30 minutes to colour-in two giant postcards using someone from each team's bonce!

But despite some concern over messing-up her hair from Aisleyne, the 27-year volunteered to become Imogen, Mikey and Pete's human paintbrush, and Jennie became Glyn, Richard and Suzie's.

And even though Suzie panicked about getting splashed by paint and struggled to keep Jennie off the floor as they repeatedly dunked her into the paint trays, the two groups managed to produce some lovely postcards and did themselves proud.

Eat your heart out Rolf Harris!

They were therefore awarded with a slumber party for their efforts, which would take place later-on in the evening.

The only problem is... how the Dickens are these gigantic things supposed to go through a letterbox?!

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