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Charlie Thinks He's Popular

When Lisa got the boot on Tuesday night, an excited Charlie told Big Brother that he felt like he was going to burst, having realised that the remaining housemates – Dave, Roddy, Siavash, Soph' and himself – have definitely reached the Final. And it looks like the 22-year-old thinks he can go all the way...

For the group were given a task this afternoon whereby big Dave was quizzed by Big Brother over a series of matters relating to the current series, and had to try and guess what his peers were likely to have said.

One of the clothing recycler's tasks was to rank the others in order of perceived viewer popularity, going on what he thought they would say. Meanwhile, his peers represented their decision by standing on four podiums in the garden, going from No.1 being the 'most' popular, to No.4 being the 'least' popular.

Sophie declared that Charlie should be No.1, while Rodders put himself at No.3. However, Charlie thought Rod was the 2nd most popular housemate as far as the fans were concerned, and then changed his mind to say: "I think Rodrigo, Number 1".

However, the oft-childish Geordie was probably paying lip service to the Brazilian student, as he nevertheless remained in the top spot, glued to podium No.1.

So, in the end, the order was Charlie first, then Rodrigo, Sophie next and last-but-not-least Siavash on No.4. The latter had little to say during the proceedings, and even joked that he was so far out-of favour that he should be placed at the Bus Stop!

But as things settled down, the stylish Iranian sarcastically quipped, "Thank-you very much for no-one arguing for me being number 4!", which made Sophie laugh.

Anyway, we know that he was pushed into it by Sophie and to an extent Siavash, but given that he didn't put-up much of a fight, it would appear that Charlie believes he's really popular on the outside, which is not entirely his own fault given that they've been telling him he's gonna' win for weeks.

However, the fact is that he stands no chance of winning. Indeed, in our last 'Who Do You Want Out Next?' Poll of the series, he was vying with long-term hate-figure Lisa in the unpopularity stakes, so quite frankly he'll be lucky to beat David.

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