Big Brother’s daily livestream did not appear yesterday, and now information about what was going on in the house have been disclosed.
The drama begins when Yinrun is awarded with her own party, but she is only permitted to invite six roommates, and she chooses Chanelle, Jenkin, Tom, Trish, Dylan, and Noky.
A displeased Paul walks to the balcony, hurling cling film balls at the gathering.
‘I’m sick of your little d**khead party,’ he complained.
He then walks inside the party area and takes two of the drinks over to the washbasin, implying that he may pour them down the drain. ‘Let’s play a game,’ he said.
‘Play your own f*****g game, you prick,’ Jenkin said before storming off. ‘Paul, grow the f**k up you f**king child.’
Noky is next in the firing line, and Paul asked: ‘What are you staring at?’ to which she replied, ‘You, of course.’
‘You’re strange, you just stare at me and don’t say a word,’ he remarked. ‘Weird.’
When Trish returns to the party, Noky informs her of her interaction with Paul.
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‘You are a bully,’ she shouted to Paul. ‘Why am I a bully?’ he responded.
‘You know why you’re a bully, don’t act stupid,’ she retorted.
‘Calm your voice down Trish,’ Paul told her.
‘Are you talking about Noky, is that what you’re talking about?” he asks.
“So you know? So you know who you’ve been bullying?” she responds before reaffirming her position. “You are a bully.”
Fans got a glimpse of the drama after Thursday’s episode as we were accidentally given a glimpse at an absolutely raging argument in the house.
On Big Brother Late and Live, the show cut to a livestream of the house – where there was a massive row taking place.
Although just a few seconds long, Trish could be heard shouting at someone: ‘You’re a bully, you’re a bully!’
And host Will Best asked, bewildered: ‘Can you hear that?!’
As the answer was a resounding yes, the live stream was switched off almost immediately – and the show did not tune into the house again at the end of the episode.
Fans were eagerly awaiting the start of the nightly Big Brother live stream – but in another incredible twist, in the minutes after the live stream started, all viewers could hear were bird sounds.
Instead of showing what is happening in the home, B-roll footage from the structure was used.
Fans were outraged on Thursday’s show when Trish Balusa was ‘framed to be the villain’ after unwittingly starting yet another quarrel in the home.
Trish and Noky Simbani have been obliged to suggest three housemates for eviction as part of an assignment, and tempers have flared.
Dylan Tennant and Trish had a huge shouting match as a result, and Dylan, Nocky, Trish, and Paul Blackburn were nominated for Friday’s shocking double eviction.
The home is more divided than ever, and Trish found a new adversary in Tom Bryant on Thursday when she mistakenly forced him to dress up as a sheep and dwell in an enclosure in the garden.
All Trish had to do was press a button in the living room, which offered the option of punishment or reward – Jenkin had to become house maid, while Henry and Jordan went out to eat.
Trish was informed that she would be receiving a home prize…But first, she had to decide which of the housemates she thought was the most easily led.
She said Tom can ‘easily change, especially when he’s around Paul. I get two different personalities depending on the proximity to how he is around him.’
Big Brother then declared Tom the house’s “little lost sheep,” and he was forced to dress up in a costume and be kept in a pen in the backyard.
Naturally, Tom got irritated and threw Trish the finger, said he ‘hates’ her, and launched into an epic bout of back-talking in the yard, stating Trish ‘would be gone on Friday’ in the evictions.
Trish was left on the sofa, looking sad, and subsequently went out to offer Tom a coat as a peace offering, which he declined.
Fans leapt to Trish’s defence online, accusing Big Brother of intentionally making her a villain, with one asking ‘what is Big Brother’s obsession with tryna make Trish do awful things and look bad?’
‘Big Brother is really trying to villanize Trish by giving her hard decisions and posing it as “honesty” they really are thriving on her having enemies in the house,’ another agreed.
‘The way Trish’s prize was another housemates punishment is so fucking weird and seems like another way to make Trish out to be a villain for something out of her control,’ another penned.
And as one put it: ‘Big Brother loves setting up Trish.’
Despite Big Brother’s best efforts to portray Trish as a villain, the star turned the other cheek and chatted to Tom in the garden, offering him a coat when it began to get cold.
He refused the coat but asked for clarity on why she chose him as the most easily-led, with Trish explaining: ‘I think your personality changes … like little kids on the playground, one is boisterous and the other one becomes boisterous.’
‘You’re a lot more ruthless when you’re with Paul,’ she said, and admitted she ‘hated that I was asked that question’ by Big Brother.
Tom contended that his personality may alter when he’s among different individuals, but he had ‘a laugh’ with them in various ways.
He admitted he was ‘b******g’ about Trish after she accidentally made him a sheep, but added: ‘Thank you for coming and clarifying. I was salty until now.’
Things will heat up tonight, when two of the four nominated housemates will be ousted – and there will undoubtedly be more drama.
We already can’t wait.
Big Brother returns Friday at 9pm on ITV.