Mohamed's eviction fears
Mohamed is worried about tomorrow night's eviction. The greedy housemate - who most housemates nominated because of the amount of food he eats - told Luke this morning (10.30am) he fears he could get the public's vote over Sylvia.
He said: "Personally I've done nothing wrong. I was being honest. If the public don't like that then I'll rest in peace from this competition."
Luke - who was up for eviction in the first week after failing the wedding task - comforted the 23-year-old toy demonstrator, saying there was no need for him to worry.
But Mohamed didn't agree.
He said: "There's every reason for me to be worried. But life goes on."
Meanwhile, Sylvia was convinced she would be the one to go.
Camp Scot Dennis told the Sierra Leone-born student to enjoy what could be her last day in the house and to "avoid confrontation."
She continued her flirtatious advances on Dale by telling him she will miss him when she goes, which seemed to fall on deaf ears.
She said: "I'll miss you, I'll miss all of you when I go. This is potentially my last day, I'll be able to watch all you guys on the telly.
"I'll be, 'go Dale, go Dale, go Dale!', you have to win this. You're a nice person, you're funny, you're friendly, you're fit."
Dale rubbed his eyes and got up to walk off before saying, "yeah, but what's your point?"
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