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This post is from Whirlpool, regarding House Rules ("confirmed" is a strong word):


Via Twitter, PurpleBricks have just confirmed something rather exciting (for me, anyway).

Simon Deering will be doing the Western Australian valuation when they go over West.

"Why does that name sound familiar?" you may ask yourself.

Because it's HOTDOGS from Big Brother, that's why!

After he left the BBAU house, he went into real estate. He's now the Territory Manager (i.e. Franchisee) for Purple Bricks Western Australia. I asked them via Twitter yesterday if he would be doing it, and their response is "Stay Tuned ;)" which I'm taking as a positive.
 

Rison

HOW'S THE TEA?
It was Kate from season 7 of Big Brother. She was voted out first.

This is what she looked like then:




Ugh. She's a fucking stupid woman.

She was recently bitching about how Big Brother exploited her with the whole baby task thing knowing she had lost a child 18 months beforehand - yet she seems to forget that upon entering the Diary Room and seeing the baby she said "I've obviously got a lot of issues to work through... Coming in here I didn't realise I was still that bad". If she didn't know she was that bad still, how does she think it makes sense that others would know? - especially after she had previously told them she was over it.

She essentially gave them the greenlight to go ahead with the task by saying she had fully processed it and had moved on.
 

sav0001

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Ugh. She's a fucking stupid woman.

She was recently bitching about how Big Brother exploited her with the whole baby task thing knowing she had lost a child 18 months beforehand - yet she seems to forget that upon entering the Diary Room and seeing the baby she said "I've obviously got a lot of issues to work through... Coming in here I didn't realise I was still that bad". If she didn't know she was that bad still, how does she think it makes sense that others would know? - especially after she had previously told them she was over it.

She essentially gave them the greenlight to go ahead with the task by saying she had fully processed it and had moved on.
Sorry but you never get over the loss of a child. The producers should have had some common sense and tact to not go ahead with that task. And yes they did exploit her because she wanted to leave and they told her she had to stay and tell her story.
 

Rison

HOW'S THE TEA?
And yes they did exploit her because she wanted to leave and they told her she had to stay and tell her story.
You cannot exploit someone that has given their consent. Re-watch her eviction interview - several things are confirmed:
• She gave consent to them airing her Diary Room comments.
• She gave consent to them airing her discussing it with her housemates.
• She gave consent to them showing the footage and discussing during the eviction before being evicted (in case she did leave).
• She gave consent to them again on-stage to show the footage and discuss it during the eviction - Gretel outright asked her before going into the subject in case she changed her mind.

It's not worth getting into this given that the topic is 11 years old, but my point is she's not the innocent victim she is painting herself as that had her story shared with Australia when she didn't want it to be. She's stupid to try playing that card.
 
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