Big Brother 10 News
Davina McCall Interviews Sree
Sree Dasari had just become the 4th Evictee of the series
and was sat in the studio with Big Brother 10 host Davina
McCall and guest interviewers Reality TV star/ pop star Kelly
Osbourne and body language expert Judi James.
Davina started things off by asking Sree what he made of
the crowd booing him as he came out of the House. In response,
Sree waffled-on for a while, the gist being that he was pleased
to have even taken part in the show, something he deemed to
be an achievement in itself.
The issue of Marcus' threatening language towards Sree yesterday
was then brought-up by the Host, but Sree just talked about
different backgrounds and again didn't really give a proper
answer. However, he did state that Marcus is aggressive, argumentative
and swears a lot.
Davina then brought guest interviewer Kelly Osbourne into
the conversation, who acknowledged the different backgrounds
of the contestant group, made reference to the movie 'Lost
in Translation', and told Sree: "Your biggest problem
is that you don't know when to shut up". The audience
applauded her comment.
Kelly re-iterated that Sree had been too desperate for his
peers to like him, rather than just accepting that it's not
possible to get on with everyone, especially when there's
a lot of big egos around.
Next, Davina showed a VT of the most recent round of nominations,
where Freddie, Marcus, Noirin, Rodrigo and Siavash voted for
Sree. She then asked if he had a strategy in the game, but
Sree answered in the negative.
Fellow guest Judi James then got involved, saying that in
psychology terms Sree was like the House' baby at first –
pleasant, fun and protected by his peers – and should
have been very safe from nominations. Davina interjected by
showing Sree's confrontational behaviour, including the time
he brought-up Freddie's dyslexia.
About his dyslexia comment, Sree said that his best friend
is dyslexic and claimed that he didn't mean it as an insult.
In response, Judi blamed Sree's ego and said that he'd tried
to change from the 'baby' role to a 'critical parent' role
by attacking people, clarifying that the latter role definitely
wasn't right for him.
Davina then showed a VT of Sree's obsession with Noirin,
which made him smile but ended with him saying: "I've
got no feelings about her now". Kelly opined that Noirin
had played him, because she should have said right at the
beginning that she wasn't interested, and Sree concluded that
he still likes the pretty retailer, but doesn't love her.
Analysing the fact that Sree had an anti-swearing stance
at the beginning of the series but suddenly started using
profanity himself, Judi said that he just copied it. "What
happens is, people take what hurts them and then they recycle
and regurgitate it to kind-of reboot their own status."
An attentive, and for once, quiet Sree seemed to have taken-in
As the interview neared its end, Kelly told Sree: "I
think you have impeccable manners and you are a gentleman
no matter what anyone says," and when Davina asked if
he thought he'd made his parents proud, Sree laughed nervously
and replied, "I hope so".
Finally, Sree was shown the traditional 'Best Bits' VT of
his Big Brother experience, and that was that.
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