So, keen to spend every last minute together, the smoking trio of Lauren, Luke A and Adam spent last night together, vowing to stay up all night.
They told each other how much they valued each other’s friendship, and Lauren – though she made it clear on Day 44 to Adam that she doesn’t want to be anything more than friends – spent most of the night cuddled up to the former gangster.
However, Lauren also decided to get tactile with Deana via the medium of jumping on top of her, as you do, to tell her how great she is and how glad Lauren is that she met her.
Meanwhile, Luke A was pondering tonight’s eviction, admitting, “Going out the door tomorrow might be a relief; no more bitching…”
However, it wasn’t all doom and gloom and long goodbyes, because earlier, Big Brother set Sara a task in which she was hooked up to a lie detector in the task room – which was fake by the way – while asked questions about her fellow housemates.
Said housemates were all watching her responses on the screen in the living area, and once Sara had given her reply to a question, the housemates had to hold up a card that on one side read LIE and on the other, TRUE.
If they correctly predicted 55% of her answers, they would win booze for the house…
Sara’s answer received a mix reception in as much as Deana was delighted to hear that she is the HM Sara would most like to stay in the house with, but Adam was upset to hear that he was the person she’d least like to stay in the house with.
After the task was over – which they passed by the way – Adam and Sara had a chat about what she’d said, and though it ended amicably, Sara later told Deana, “I do like him, I just don’t like some of the things he says and does sometimes.”
So, in a nutshell, she likes Adam while he’s being stationary and mute. Cool beans.
But I guess as it’s the big eviction day today, Adam will be more concerned about spending the remaining hours with Lauren and Luke A…
Who do you think will go tonight? I think it’ll be Luke A.
I’ll be back later with a round up of all this morning’s house action.