Mr Kenneth, self-styled international playboy and all-round waste of skin, has left the Big Brother house via the Sandy route – over the roof. He left because his “heart wasn’t at peace” in the BB house, apparently.
He didn’t want to be voted out and made to look a proper Charlie in an exit interview is what it is. He got a glimpse in that house that his package is, in every sense, smaller than he’d fondly imagined, so instead of learning a life lesson (which he veered towards momentarily) he’s going back for a fix of his silly phony life to reboot himself in his own image.
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Don’t do it, Siavash! Last night we saw the former official coolest man in Big Brother history apparently joining the long line of admirers of that lust magnet, Noirin Kelly. They had one of those evasive “Don’t talk about that or you’ll get into trouble” conversations which are a Noirin speciality – they ensure that the admirer is given enough encouragement to keep on admiring, but not enough so she’ll actually have to commit herself to anything. Sree was the first to get this treatment, and of course Marcus has been grappling with it for some time, semi-content to get the crumbs from Noirin’s table. Angel and Halfwit have also fallen by the wayside, and Tom gave up at the first hurdle.
I can only conclude that Noirin loves the drama of having people hankering after her, but I think Siavash could have more to lose than her other admirers. For one thing, he’s often mentioned having a girlfriend “on the outside” (though “the outside” becomes an ever-shadier place the longer people stay in the confines of the house), so messing about with Noirin may not go down well with the GBP. He’s currently still hovering near the top as far as being a favourite to win the show is concerned, and I don’t think becoming Noirin’s latest poodle will do him any favours.
It’s a thin line between love and hate, as the Pretenders once proclaimed (or was it the Proclaimers who once pretended? No it wasn’t). Yesterday Charlie upset Rodrigo by using the C word, which affected him almost as badly as when Siavash peeled paint off the garden chair. But once he’s removed the “offensive” from charm offensive, Charlie is all charm, and there’s video footage here to prove that the boy from Brazil is quite partial to a bit of Geordie.