Alright Davina, let’s get to the point. We’ve watched an hour’s worth of rather dull highlights. And we’ve seen who’s safe – Mario the Molester has been spared already, and the love of his Drunken Lord has saved Dicky Dave from a swift eviction. It’s down to Ben versus Govan. Who’s getting evicted?
Govan. [[Govan Zachariah Hinds]] is the second housemate to be eliminated from this year’s Big Brother. I’m a bit disappointed, I was hoping it would be Ben.
I would kick myself for not voting, but Davina reveals that Govan got 72% of the public vote tonight. Which means my paltry vote wouldn’t have counted for much.
As for Govan – he went to the Diary Room earlier this week to request to go home. Well, be careful what you wish for Govan! And now, he’ll have to head home to the bosom of that judgemental black community he moaned about to Corin.
Govan doesn’t have much to say for himself when he comes out. He talks about the conversation with Corin, where he broke down and talked about perception of him in the outside world. He says he was worried about his family and his little brother being mocked because of things he might reveal in the house.
He’s more than a little perturbed when Davina shows him a montage of shots of him either bitching, or the housemates complaining about his strategy to cause trouble. Bizarrely, Govan seems surprised at himself. Or maybe he’s surprised that he was caught on. You know, in that house with the bazillions of TV cameras 24/7.
On a personal level, I’m just annoyed that Ben gets to stay another week. And with so many housemates I personally dislike up for nomination, I expected the vote to be a bit more evenly split. But 72% of the public vote is a bit of a landslide. Sorry, Govan, but you’re fired.
Oops. Wrong show.