Sam Realises That Chanelle Has Gone
Having already told Big Brother that she definitely wanted
to go, Chanelle slipped away to the Diary Room at around 3pm
this afternoon, but it would be a good twenty minutes before
her peers realised that she'd gone for good.
As everyone but Carole, Ziggy and Tracey lay asleep, a sleepy-headed
Sam woke-up and ambled inside from the garden at around 3.20pm.
However, after wandering around the bedroom for a minute,
the 19-year-old suddenly spotted what Chanelle had left behind.
On the bed was a pillow, some photos and a goodbye message
reading: 'Sam, Mand and Brian. Good luck. Luv ya. C u soon.
Chan'. Chanelle had already said goodbye to pal Tracey.
The concerned Twin gasped and put her hand to her mouth,
but she simply couldn't take it in, quickly checking the suitcase
on the bed and then asking Carole and Trace' where Chanelle
had got to.
When told that her pal was in the Diary Room, like a faithful
dog, Sam stood by the glass door waiting, listening and knocking.
However, when Carole dropped the bombshell that Chanelle might
have gone, Sam first wiped away a single tear and then burst
into tears, prompting the oldest housemate to console her.
Wiping away the tears from the Newcastle student's face,
Carole said, "You girls have done everything that you
could do. She may well have gone and she may well have decided
this time 'I'm just gonna' go silently'".
Ziggy then opined (wrongly) that Chanelle wouldn't leave without
saying goodbye to the girls, and later told Carole, "What
kills me is that she left what she left in there," referring
to the note in the bedroom, which would obviously hurt the
Tracey went outside to get Amanda and tell her the news,
and like her sister she was stunned.
"Sam, why didn't you tell me this earlier, you've been
in here ages," spat the confused, frustrated and devastated
Twin, and as the realisation dawned that Chanelle had definitely
gone, Mandy just sat on the bed clutching the farewell note,
the tears welling-up in her eyes.
But Carole was philosophical about the matter, saying, "Life
in this house goes on... and we've got new people coming in".
The 53-year-old then predicted that some of her peers, and
possibly even the public, would be upset with her for not
talking Chanelle out-of going.
However, in fairness, you have to draw the line somewhere,
and the one-time campaigner apparently did that after the
violin debacle and yesterday's farcical leaving shenanigans.
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