With a revamp of the series in 2008 she was replaced by radio duo and. Ben continues to defend himself. Jo is organising the dancing for the musical. They are more hesitant this time but decide to volunteer anyway. To complete the task, the housemates had to deliver accurate ice-cream orders from memory to Big Brother in the time allowed. The eviction crowd did seem surprised that Sax got evicted and heckled the poor guy a little more about him just below.
All eleven previous seasons were produced by and. Everyone is shocked and stay relatively quiet. Instead there was a quiz, a facial expressions challenge and a fish finger in cream challenge. You don't need to be too smart to work out that this show is becoming predictable, in guessing who will go. Ben starts talking about his love interest that took place over five continents. According to the internet Regina is right, King Island is a part of Tasmania.
Regina is exhausted and confused about her confrontations with Ben during the evening. Daniel starts singing very badly in a very high pitch. The storeroom is open for the housemates to grab their costumes. Belinda is mad and swears at him before storming out into the living room.
After that the show was a fizzer as they all slept. Ben is called to the diary room to get a pen to write the list. The housemates are still preparing for their task. In the lounge room Ben is allocating the solo performers for the musical. She then went to the diary room to get a bag of foods to try to ease her stomach problem.
Belinda is inside cleaning up when the two enter. Every Tuesday, housemates with the most nomination points that week moved to or stayed in the Halfway House. The round housemates are fine tuning their skipping for todays task. They give up trying to yell back and goe inside to talk with Saxon. He says it was due to the long hours of his job at a desk. Showdown was no longer hosted by Shelley Craft, and Michael Beveridge no longer provided commentary as the games were now shown in sequence during the daily show depicting Wednesday's events — with Mike Goldman, the sole survivor of the revamp, who provided the narration as per normal.
Jo comes into the square bedroom to ask Ben what's this all about. After 77 Days, he placed third. Leah says that she can't stand Daniel, saying he is just acting like a 17 year old. They all meet and exchange names, handshakes. In the bedroom Saxon starts talking about Belinda with her right there. They discuss their secrets over dinner.
She is upset about her confrontation with Big Brother. So we can't be surprised if Reggie loses out to Dan which is probably how it'll go. Chrissie tells him to think again after all the stuff he told Leah before her eviction. Heidi and Tim were both on 10 points following nominations, and therefore the housemate with the most nomination points, Mikkayla, had to choose who she wanted in the Halfway House.
Jaime goes to the door and waves. The other guys are all excited and shocked at the same time. She chose to save herself and nominate Matthew to take her place, which meant they had to swap sides. Ben thinks that Jo is being a temptress and trying to manipulate the guys in the house.
The last time, Reggie returned to find a clean home, food in the fridge and flowers on the table - a nice gesture that didn't continue she said. If you think you have the caliber, keep reading while we tell you how to be a part of the house. This does not mean that the show may not return in future years, though, as Nine have rights until 2016. Now that Belinda is gone the housemates don't have a director for their weekly task, a musical. Ben says he is quite disturbed by the whole event.
He doesn't know what's going on. In the square house Jaime and Claire are being farewelled. Dan hid a bottle of wine and when everyone noticed that it was missing they were all trying to work out who did it. Carlo jumps ontop of the couch and has a look at one of the square picture frames. Ben tells them he only has four pages left of his book.