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5th Official Evictee: It's Jeremy!
What with Caprice's eviction having taken place just 20 minutes
before, Jeremy probably thought that he'd successfully made
it to the 'Final Four'; the number of housemates who traditionally
survive until the last day of the series.
However, Big Brother had other ideas!
For towards the end of her interview with Caprice, a mischievous
Davina said, "Please don't take this the wrong way but
I do LOVE evictions... (so) why don't we have another?!"
After taking a vote count, the long-time Big Brother Host
transmitted live to the house and suddenly announced the 5th
Official Evictee: it was Jeremy, who would be kicked-out immediately.
With just 12% of the public vote, Jeremy was nowhere near
next contender Brigitte in the voting stakes, so he really
was just 'flying under the radar' as the less controversial
characters often do during Big Brother.
Not that he wasn't controversial at times. In fact the Londoner's
rather harsh treatment of Jackie when she was announced as
a nominee, and also when she departed, arguably lost him some
respect outside the house.
His impertinent and disrespectful comments were supposed to
be a joke, but the 33-year-old was more successful with the
practical jokes played on his peers, in cahoots with best
For a start, there was the time the playful pair locked-up
the fridge so that John couldn't get his cola. In light of
the latter's previous 3-day 'wobbler' over being deprived
of the fizzy fluid, it was certainly a cruel trick but was
undeniably very funny!
Jeremy also became the 'Phantom Logger' on Day 7 and humorously
revelled in the fact that John got the blame for his
toilet-based antics. This encouraged partner-in-crime Kenzie
to keep-up the unpleasant shenanigans right to the very end.
Talking of whom, if Jeremy is remembered for one thing above
any other, it would have to be for making Kenzie laugh. Despite
the age difference of 14 years, the pair got on like a house
on fire and shared lots of funny moments during their sixteen
Jeremy's obvious wit shone through during the medieval task,
when he played the part of Courtier to Lisa's Queen. But the
actor didn't always join-in with things, snubbing a game of
Spin The Bottle one night in order to avoid questions about
his private life.
He later stated that he didn't want to discuss his failed
relationship with Rachel Stevens, but then famously went on
to talk about it.
That said, Jeremy gave little away about himself generally
and knowing that he is a big fan of the show, this prompted
some viewers to suggest that he was merely 'playing the game'.
Still, he played it safe and came 4th overall. Fair enough
and well done Jezza.
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