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Bea Threatens To Quit

Bea suddenly got up and came to see Marcus in the early hours of Monday morning, telling her sideburn-wearing peer that she wants to leave.

Sat there with a face like the proverbial berated botty, the 24-year-old said, "I'm gonna' go home tomorrow, I don't want to be here".

Bea was feeling down because when she received a message from home earlier in the day, her Mum hadn't appeared as she'd expected. However, Rodrigo laughed at her tantrum and continued to bring the matter up throughout the evening.

"He's (been) going on, and on, and on, and on about it all evening," Bea told Marcus as she started to blub, but the older housemate advised her to try and put it out of her head and reassured her that Big Bro will do something to make her happy, such as give her a letter from her Mum.

Charlie then arrived to reassure his new best friend, but she just moaned about Rodrigo and said that she'd spent the whole day crying. Bea later whined that she'd been unable to get her opinion across earlier in the day because no-one was listening, but not before predicting that she'll be nominated and evicted this week.

"I reckon I'll be leaving this Friday anyway," opined Bea, predicting that everyone will nominate her at the next round because she caused such a big fuss, adding that she would rather go home and speak to her mum than give the producers their eviction interview.

Rodrigo then arrived and apologised for being so insensitive, saying, "I'm really sorry for my laugh Bea, I'll try not to laugh," but he also told the bitchy Bristolian that she should value the opportunity that she's been given and not just quit the show.

Meanwhile, in the bedroom, Lisa had little sympathy for Bea, telling Dave that they would all like letters from home and noting that everyone else was happy with what they received.

So, will Bea carry through with her threat, and follow in the footsteps of previous Big Brother 10 quitters Saffia, Ken, Tom and Isaac?

Stick with BBO to find out!

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