Jenkin was evicted from the Big Brother house, and in his farewell interview, he revealed a bombshell.
Following 48 hours in a hidden room with Jordan, the 26-year-old was sent packing alongside 21-year-old butcher Tom in a shocking double eviction.
While the remainder of the housemates – Henry, Matty, Olivia, Yinrun, and Noky – thought the three had been evicted via the backdoor following painful face-to-face nominations, they were really keeping an eye on their every action while the public voted on their fate.
Jordan was eventually voted to stay, and he rejoined his other housemates, while Jenkin and Tom were officially ousted.
Jenkin admitted to being’moany’ in the house during his exit interview with host AJ Odudu.
He also revealed other home secrets, such as his punishment on night one, which saw him lose a game of musical statues and go without hot water for 24 hours.
We all assumed he didn’t have any hot water.
When Jenkin went to take a shower the next morning, he was surprised to find that the water was genuinely hot.
Out of dread for the rest of the home, Jenkin purposefully switched the water back cold and had a chilly shower.
‘I thought it was a trick and I was gonna get punished then everyone was gonna lose out on their hot water!’, he said.
‘Oh, so, you did have a cold shower, even though there was hot water?’, AJ laughed.
‘I had hot water but I thought it was a trick, so then I went into the Diary Room and when I said, they were like, “Big Brother felt like being nice!”‘
‘He did have a heart somewhere,’ Jenkin joked.
‘You sabotaged yourself there!’, AJ told him.
Jenkin was the first participant to enter the new ITV Big Brother house, and he previously stated that he only applied because he was bored.
Asked why he wanted to appear on Big Brother, he replied: ‘I was bored and I thought I’d do something different, give it a whirl.’
Jekin also said that he was worried about participating on the show.
The barman – who hails from Bridgend in Wales – said: ‘I’m looking forward to it but I’m also dreading it as well because I’m like, “Oh, how is this gonna go…”, but it will be fine.’
Jenkin also confessed in his exit interview that he had altered his mind about numerous housemates after listening to them talk about him for the last two days.
This happened after he, Jordan, and Tom were given the opportunity to offer some ‘last words’ to the other five housemates before learning whether or not they would be evicted.
In his final comments, Jenkin said: ‘My opinions have changed of you all. I feel like I’m watching a children’s programme. You all need to stay true to yourselves.’
Meanwhile, another evictee Tom was glad he could depart with a pal.
He also admitted to having conflicting emotions regarding his housemates and what he’d observed in recent days.
‘It feels like you guys are losing yourselves a bit now,’ he said. ‘But I do genuinely wish you all the best!’
Both Jenkin and Tom revealed they were cheering for Jordan to win the sought after £100,000 prize now they’re out of the running, having altered their opinions of him over the previous 48 hours and realised he is ‘genuine’.
Big Brother continues tomorrow at 9pm on ITV2 and ITVX.