Big Brother UK,
week 10 nominations
With one week looming toward the final, Big Brother UK cast its final nominations.
Luke S won a free pass to the final last week (see below), as Sara and Luke A sailed through as they received no nominations. Only those receiving at least one nomination, which the show already did last week, saw Ashleigh, Adam, Scott and Deena all face the public vote.
The show revealed one week before the final that there will be a double eviction after numerous teasing and not following through. Viewers cannot fathom as to why this never occurred. The answer is simple, Channel 5 were scared they may not have any people left in the house if they threw everyone out, or that the show would have no spark to continue watching, where most viewers were outraged and turned off after Benedict Garrett was evicted, closely followed by outside Lydia Louisa. Lauren Carre’s unwarranted boot was a final straw. The show has suffered immensely since treating bullies, racists and verbal abusers favourably to maintain a number of housemates instead of a quality output.
Ashleigh is a favourite to leave the house. Deena Uppal is bookmakers favourite to win, though some predict her downfall on Friday. Clearly it will be Ashleigh and Scott who shall leave. Viewers still remember when Scott (and Ashleigh) joined the reprehensible Caroline Wharram in their schemes of gameplay and abusing housemates in the process to survive.
On Friday Becky Hatton was evicted from the house. In the show’s “shock twist” they chose to reward two abusive housemates Luke S and Conor McIntyre a chance to walk away with a free pass to the final or a £50,000 reward for pushing a button first. Neither had to push the button and could return to the house. McIntyre wanted to reach the final he claimed, as Luke S aimed to press the button in a cocksure manner of egoism Conor slyly pressed the button after agreeing to sidestep for his counterpart.
Luke S threw items and “fixtures and fittings” usually seen in Big Brother to be unacceptable behaviour resulting in immense punishment, go unpunished, as McIntyre took the money from the winner’s prize fund leaving the other 50k in play.
With Olympic fever the country were united and rejoiced with a nation’s might of winning, dedication, passion, desire and achievement. In Britain, at Big Brother, we rewarded an abusive, racist, thug who threatened to “punch her” and “stuff” certain items including her grooming products “up her ****” numerous expletive comments to her genitalia. This happened early on in the series and Big Brother UK took no action on it. Previous housemates were met with eviction in such cases.
On his interview, quizzed by host Brian Dowling, McIntyre took no remorse for his comments and aimed to defend his actions stating Deena was awkward to live with. McIntyre had numerous levels of awkward living with almost every housemate he didn’t “like” and often attacked furniture in angry episodes of attack.
Big Brother production staff and porn owner, Richard Desmond, who also owns newspaper the Daily Star (enough said) highlights the lack of understanding to the product from older variations aiming to run it for a youthful market, distorting reality to form teens who support abusive housemates as role models due to nationality or postcode and create abusive people in society, also claiming “racism” to the nation of Ireland, which is not racism, its nationality.
The fact kids throw around the lethal word of racism and assume it is a debatable opinion on a housemate, seen on a product, with distorted levels of uneducated persons aiming to attack anyone as a result of a comment that has scope forces the reality of this word to become extremely dangerous. Someone needs to oppose, shutdown or rehire a new production man/crew. I’m available; by the way to form the product credibly or just let it leave peacefully as no good can ever come off of this mockery that is all aiming to sell Desmond’s smutty newsparper alone.