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Luke Marsden talks backstabbing, conspiracies... and reveals his Big Brother winner

Monday 15th October 2018
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As the final is in sniffing distance the housemates are becoming more desperate to stay than an MP on election night.

The backstabbing and conspiracies are at an all-time high—and frankly that’s the way it should be. At the end of the day when you’re in there, the price of friendship is in fact £100,000.

Kenaley got the boot and will now probably be back on the phones taking customer calls or sat on Facebook chatting to her colleagues about a "wicked summer" that she’s just had.

She was a nice enough girl and I’m sure if she’d done the show when it first appeared on Channel 5 she could’ve made a killing on the magazine circuit afterwards.

Now she’ll be lucky to get half a page in the Nottingham Post.

The introduction of the ‘Big Coins’ this series has been a novel twist that has been wasted on these housemates, I dread to think how they handle money in their personal lives because they’ve mismanaged this fake money more than the bankers in charge of the 2008 financial crash.

Although an actual laugh-out-loud moment was watching Tomasz count out his coins and realise his “friends” had left him bankrupt—he’s the most desperate to win and this betrayal by the other housemates should help to re-focus him on his goal of £100K. But instead he’ll probably just sulk for a week and face eviction.

Big Brother winner odds

Lewis and Cameron are the real-life versions of Pinky and The Brain. Who knows which one is which. Constantly plotting and scheming against arch nemesis Akeem who is as savvy as Yogi Bear.

Cameron’s unwavering loyalty towards Lewis is admirable but ultimately this will cost him as eventually Big Brother forces you to choose between loyalty and cold hard cash.

Lewis is the sort of bloke who’d walk into his local pub convinced that every person is staring at him and watching him order a drink, when in reality nobody even knows it’s his local.

Isabella and ‘King’ Hassain have made very little impact since entering the house—they’ve been dull enough to convince us they could’ve actually been sat in there since day one.

Isabella may be attracted to Lewis but (like the rest of us) doesn’t understand a word he is talking about. Someone should point out to Hussain he isn’t actually a king ruling over any kingdom—he’ll be lucky to get recognised in a Birmingham Burger King after the show.

It’s nice to see Sian open her mouth, I’m guessing she’s been auditioning for a silent movie over the past three weeks?

Zoe is the obvious clear winner at this stage, she’s unafraid to air her views, she doesn’t moan as much as the rest of them and she doesn’t seem to care less about ‘fame’.

If she continues on this path in theory she should be crowned the last ever winner of Big Brother. Although I wouldn’t bank any Big Coins on it… 

Big Brother winner odds

Cameron Cole 8/13 1/2 2/5 1/2 4/9
Cian Carrigan 11/4 3/1 10/3 3/1 11/4
Akeem Griffiths 9/2 8/1 10/1 8/1 8/1
Zoe Jones 14/1 16/1 12/1 16/1 12/1
Each Way Terms - 3
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Big Brother winner odds

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Odds correct as of 5th Nov, 16:15 . Odds are subject to change.
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