Recap of day 3 in the Celebrity Big Brother house; highlights show Saturday 18 August 2012.
It’s the second morning for the celebrities in the Big Brother house. “Cheryl, get that kettle on!” Julie requests as housemates prepare for the day. Julie sneezes then adds: “Now I’ve done it, sneeze, pee, that’s what happens what you get older, it’s nothing to look forward too,” she quips. In the kitchen Julie tells Samantha, “That’s why Bette Davies used to say, ‘Old age ain’t for sissies,’” and they both laugh.
The celebrities are unaware that later today they will nominate face-to-face and Julian and Coleen are in the garden speculating. “We might nominate today, I bet we do,” Coleen tells him but Julian doesn’t think so. “It will be really awful cos we’ve only been here two days, I’m not ready,” she adds.
In the bedroom Jasmine tells some of the housemates: “I hope they do do an eviction tonight, I’m ready to get s**t rocking in this house.” Danica sounds surprised. “I’m being myself in this house so if I do get kicked out for that, I couldn’t have done it any other way,” Jasmine says. She asks Rhian and Danica how long they have known each other and they say around two years. “We’ve only met twice but we’ve known of each other for two years,” Danica explains.
Soap stars Julie and Cheryl are in the kitchen. Cheryl is preparing breakfast for them. “Have you been sent from heaven, you must have?” Julie tells her. Cheryl kisses her admits that she was “scared” about living in the house with Julie prior to coming in. “I thought, oh my God, an icon, a bit scary. I’m so pleased they gave us that task (on the first night).” Julie reassures her and says she is also pleased, “We bonded straight away.” Cheryl says that this experience has taught her a lesson about having “pre conceived ideas” about people. Julie asks Cheryl what ideas she had about her and Cheryl says that she thought Julie would be a diva “wanting people to do things for you.” She continues then I thought, “No, she’s a northern, grounded woman.” “Plus, I’m f**king deranged,” Julie jokes.
Olympic hero Ashley is leading Julian, Samantha and Coleen in a workout. Danica is in the diary room talking about Jasmine. She says that she is the only person she hasn’t “connected” with. “I say good morning and she doesn’t really say hello.” She tells Big Brother that she feels “awkward” in a room alone with Jasmine. “I feel a bit scared, a bit nervous.”
The Situation and Prince Lorenzo are talking about their arrival at the Big Brother house. “It was crazy,” The Situation says. He mentions that he told host Brian Dowling that he would “wing it,” while in the house. “He said you’re gonna win it?” laughs The Situation as he relays the fact that Brian misheard him. Prince Lorenzo and Samantha laugh. “He didn’t even understand my accent,” he continues.
Jasmine is opening up to Coleen about Rhian and Danica. She mentions the girls not being forthcoming about how long they have known each other. “I wonder how close they actually are,” Jasmine questions and tells Coleen that she feels more drawn “to the older peeps.” Coleen says that she likes to “flit between the two” factions in the house.
Julie and Harvey are sharing a banana and she notices that it looks bad. “It’ like a mouldy c**k isn’t it,” she moans and Harvey laughs. “If there was a c**k like that they’d need to go the clinic asap,” Harvey tells her. Julie tells him that it tastes fine, “I’m not eating that after you called it…..” he laughs.” “Suck it and see,” Julie tells him and Harvey laughs. “You must have been alright back in the day,” he tells her. “Was I f**k, all talk and no f**king action,” Julie retorts.
Samantha has come to talk to Big Brother and confesses to being “surprised” by some of her housemates. She praises Ashley and says that he is “cute, determined and very mature,” while Rhian “avoids me like the plague.” She mentions that she has written about Rhian so may not be in a hurry to “forgive me.” She continues: “You know what, don’t’ play with fire, don’t text a married man.”
Some of the housemates are in the garden. Ashley asks Jasmine is she would ever do porn and she says that she wouldn’t. He asks what the worst thing she would do “on a sexual level,” like “she sells her tits,” he says while pointing to Rhian. Jasmine says she would pose for Playboy magazine but doesn’t have the body for it. She compares the difference in modelling and says that while she is paid to model clothing Rhian is more body focused. She then likens Danica’s line of work to “gold digging,” adding “She’s selling the idea of it.” Rhian says that she and Danica’s line of work are different. “What ever it is she’s doing, she must be doing it good,” she quips. Ashley giggles.
Prince Lorenzo is in the diary room. In the house, Coleen is informs housemates about a secret task; all of the female housemates’ must full-on flirt with Prince Lorenzo, as later today the Prince will get to choose himself a Princess.
A short while later, all of the female housemates get to work with complements, massages and special treatment. At the end of the task Prince Lorenzo chooses Samantha to be his Princess.
Big Brother has provided the royal couple with luxury cupcakes. Some of the housemates are enjoying them in the garden. Danica playful pushes Harvey’s cupcake into his face while she is eating and he quickly returns the prank. Danica chases him around the garden then runs into the kitchen. She asks The Situation to help to clean her up which he does. “I absolutely stink of cake,” she laughs as he wipes her face and smells some of the cake in her hair.
Big Brother has called Prince Lorenzo to the diary room and tells him that Princess Samantha looks bored so he must keep her entertained until further notice; he must also pay his Princess some compliments. Later, Prince Lorenzo strolls arm in arm around the garden with his Princess Samantha, giving her complements about how “nice” her toes are, and beams about the way her hair “glistens.” Samantha laughs and plays along.
Some of the housemates are in the garden talking about the Big Brother experience. Harvey mentions that he will have a good holiday after the show. “I feel like I’m on holiday,” Danica remarks and says that she feels “safe and relaxed” in the house. “Not for long,” quips Jasmine who tells housemates that she can feel trouble brewing, “I can feel it,” she muses. “Be careful what you wish for,” Harvey mumbles.
The Situation is in the diary room talking about Danica. He tells Big Brother that he hasn’t met a girl “that I thought was pretty and with a cool personality, but at the same time a playful personality.” He says that he normally tires quickly of girls but doesn’t think this would happen with Danica who is always nice to him. “Then again, if she does that for a living,” he remarks and tells Big Brother he has a fear of being “played.” He mentions how close they were physically when he was helping to remove the cake from her hair and face. “I guess I feel like she’s’ my kryptonite and I’m Clarke Kent, she will be the death of me.”
Big Brother announces to the housemates that this week’s nominations will be happening shortly. The housemates are shocked and gather on the sofas as instructed. “Whoever gets nominated, no-one take it personally, it’s a game,” Martin encourages. As they prepare to nominate Julie looks stunned, “This is horrible,” she worries. Big Brother tells housemates that they must each choose one housemate to nominate and must do so face to face.
Jasmine is the first housemate to nominate and chooses Danica. “We have very different morals,” she states. “Awkward!” giggles Danica. Next up is Julie who thinks that Coleen “might be missing her family,” so opts for her. Harvey is the third housemate to nominate and chooses Danica as he equates the word “celebrity with genuine talent, I don’t know what she does,” he states. Julian nominates The Situation as he finds him “a bit disrespectful towards women,” and Coleen claims not to have spoken much to Rhian so chooses her to face the public vote. Prince Lorenzo nominates Jasmine citing that she said she is in the house for her son, “I believe she got exactly what she wanted to do,” he ends. Rhian is next to nominate and chooses Martin as she hasn’t spoken with him as much as she has with other housemates. Ashley is the eighth person to nominate and chooses Prince Lorenzo in line with Rhian’s reasons. Cheryl is up next and opts for Rhian who she hasn’t had any interaction with and also mentions the “problem with cleaning.” Martin nominates Jasmine and also mentions that although “we’ve got a lot in common,” he knows that she is missing her son. Jasmine sits in silence slowly shaking her head. Samantha nominates Rhian who she feels “harshly judged her” about an article she wrote before speaking to her first. Danica is next to nominate and opts for Jasmine and mentions their differing views adding “I feel slightly awkward if I’m alone with her.” The Situation is the final housemate to nominate and names Coleen, also citing his reasons that she may be missing her family.” Coleen looks bemused and mouths “I’m not.”
Big Brother announces that with three nominations each, Jasmine and Rhian will face the public vote. As the housemates disperse Jasmine questions: “Is that’s what it’s like when you’ve got kids, I’m her for my kid?!” Some of the housemates console Rhian, Martin reminds her, “It’s a game.” Jasmine is sitting alone in the smoking area.
It’s been 12 minutes since Jasmine that she is facing the public vote. The rest of the housemates are reeling at tonight’s events. “I’m shocked at Julie,” Coleen admits and says that she has never said that she is missing her family.
Rhian joins Jasmine in the garden, “It’s you and me missy, we’re in it together,” she sighs. She tells Jasmine that she expected to be up alongside Danica. Jasmine becomes upset and starts, “I put in so much time and effort,” referring to some of the people who nominated her. Harvey joins them and Jasmine begins to cry. “I think she’d more upset about their reasons,” she comments. Jasmine rants: “I explained to that f***er why I’m here, its f**ked-up (to nominate) for the people doing it for their kids!” she shouts. Ashley is sitting with them and quips: “The game has started.”
Prince Lorenzo is in the living area and has noticed that Jasmine is upset. “Shall I go and talk to her?” he asks and heads outside. Jasmine is in the midst of telling housemates that she feels “betrayed,” particularly by the Prince just as he walks towards her. He asks to speak with her and she refuses. “F**k-off you p***k!” she shouts and he is clearly shocked. “I know you came here to get paid.” When Prince Lorenzo returns to the house Jasmine tells her housemates: “Honestly, they’re the last people I expect to vote for me!”
Jasmine is in the toilet with Julie and can be heard sobbing as Julie comforts her and encourages her rejoin the housemates. “Let’s go in together, f**k ‘em all, stand tall girl,” Julie incites. Prince Lorenzo is talking to Julian about the game. He says that he would never have done the show if he knew he would upset people. “I’m not here to ruin anyone’s life, she thinks I’ve totally betrayed her,” he adds.
Julie and Jasmine have come into the diary room. Jasmine is still upset and Julie continues to look after her. “I’ve tried hard to work on my character defaults, I didn’t let myself down in the way that people expected, in that respect, I’m proud,” Jasmine sobs. “I’m so grateful for you right now,” she tells Julie who tells her that they are “mates” and she is happy to look out for her. As they exit the diary room Jasmine jokes: “This has definitely got to be the worst Friday night I’ve had in ages,” and Julie agrees.
Some of the housemates are in the bedroom. Danica explains to Jasmine why she nominated her. “I knew you would voter for me but that’s not why I nominated you,” she adds. Jasmine says that she wasn’t upset that Danica opted for her “but those two idiots!” she comments while pointing to the living area. Danica implies that they are similar and Jasmine remarks, “We’re very different, I don’t wanna have this conversation,” and waves her away. “I came here to check that you were okay,” Danica tells her and Jasmine disputes this. “You change!” Danica remarks and leaves the room.
Rhian is in the diary room. “Jasmine made a few people uncomfortable by the way she reacted,” she starts. She mentions that how Jasmine spoke to Prince Lorenzo was “was intimidating and scary,” adding: “He’s a Prince, you don’t talk to a Prince like that,” and says that Jasmine “switched.” “She was a completely different person, I would like to get on the wrong side of her,” she adds.
Samantha and Jasmine are having a heart-to-heart. “You’ll turn it around, you’re lovely,” Samantha tells her. “You are too, I can’t believe you wrote (those articles), I think when you’re writing, it’s not really Samantha.”
In the garden Coleen and Martin discuss life in the house so far. Coleen likens it to being on holiday and Martin mentions tonight’s events. “I find it really silly, the show is driven to make us talk about each other,” he muses. “My natural reaction is to say that that’s an over reaction,” Coleen tells him referring to Jasmine’s actions. Martin mentions that Jasmine said his reasons for nomination her were and “easy option” but Coleen tells him that she would have said the same thing if she had voted for Jasmine.
Some of the housemates are in the garden. Jasmine announces: “I’m stunned that prostitute lasted longer than I did, if I get kicked out I’ll make a wish list,” she laughs.
Prince Lorenzo has come to the diary room and is talking about Jasmine. “It was not my intention to hurt Jasmine,” he starts and tells Big Brother that he was “shocked by the way in transpired.” The Prince is troubled by Jasmine’s outburst following nominations, “I was called all sorts of names,” and says that Jasmine was shocked and angry. “I expect Jasmine will be a little bit better tomorrow but there will be no communication. It will be unstable for however long we stay, there will be a black cloud starting from tomorrow,” he fears.
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