It's Been Emotional For 'H'
For musical theatre performer Ian, the hardest part of the
Big Brother experience so far has been the lack of control
that the housemates have over their own lives.
By wielding its power, Big Brother ultimately controls everything,
from what they wear to how they feel, and Ian discussed the
situation with pal Jo tonight.
"For a split second you're happy, then you're depressed.
Emotions you can't describe - it's really weird," said
the Welshman, before adding, "You can't do anything and
you're not in control. I've always been in control of my own
Meanwhile Jo, who obviously isn't suffering as much as 'H',
pondered whether the series' two quitters have been weak people,
or if it really is hard being cooped-up in the BB House.
Cleo piped-up in Ken's defence, suggesting that he'd been
unhappy for a while and didn't just snap and make a sudden
decision to leave. "There was a certain point when he
wasn't willing (to go on)," she concluded, not really
clarifying her point.
But who ever said that CBB5 was going to be easy, especially
when the celebs have been paid tens-of-thousands of pounds
just for turning-up?
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