Day 5 - The Sun flies over, 3rd and final nomination
Big Brother woke the group early, but they all buried themselves
under the covers, doing their best to ignore it! They needed to
be up early to hear the results of the previous days nominations.
When theyd managed to get up, Anthea couldnt resist
the temptation to take the p*** out of Vanessa now that shed
gone. Claire and Jack picked-up on this, with Jack impersonating
Vanessa by whimpering like a kid. This mocking echoed
the events when Caggy left the house in series-1.
Later, The Sun Newspaper tried their remote-controlled chopper
stunt again. Unlike last year, this time they were successful with
their leaflet drop, scoring a direct hit on the chicken
coop! Big Brother confined the housemates to one room and scrambled
the security guys, who quickly cleared the area of all the We
Back Jack leaflets.
After lunch the nominated celebs were individually called to see
Big Brother. Anthea was happy to either stay or go. Keith was also
fine about it. Jack spun a line about how invaluable he was and
then cruelly suggested that he should be the one to go next,
just to see the others struggle. Brilliant!
Then, a double crisis hit the house: not only had teabags supplies
run dangerously low, there was just half of a bottle of booze left
to last 3 more days. How would they cope?! Work began on
their task sober, despite hinting that alcohol would boost their
creativity. 2 hours later the task, to write a song based on their
experience in the house, was complete.
evening, they performed their song to Big Brother. On vocals and
guitar, Jack was great. Claire sung like a pro. Anthea was a bit
lacking and Keith, the music professional, was nothing special at
all. Overall though, not a bad effort but it could have been
a lot more entertaining if fuelled by booze!
A little later, on the off-chance Keith begged Big Brother to supply
alcohol with the meal theyd earned completing their task.
Generously, Big Brother obliged.
Later that evening, the group retired to the girls bedroom
where they switched-off the main lights and lit candles. However,
acting like a true big brother, the all-seeing power switched the
lights back on and spoiled the fun. Bastards! was Antheas
retort to the powers that be.
Shortly after, Anthea walked-in on Jack who was sat on the loo;
there is no lock on the toilet door! Initially embarrassed, she
later laughed it off. At 12.30am the group played cards and Anthea,
sure she would be leaving the next day, pledged to make scones before
she left. However, the remaining contestants would probably have
appreciated some kind of helicopter alcohol drop instead!