TEEN BIG BROTHER: THE BEST BITS
The Best Bits
We look back over ten explosive days in the Big Brother
The eight teenage housemates packed more
fighting, bitching, sexual tension and laughter into ten
days in the House than anyone thought humanly possible.
It's been a tough assignment, but we've
managed to come up with a few of the very best bits...
There were plenty of tears and tantrums in the Teen Big
Brother House. From the very first day the odd teardrop
or two could be seen dripping from the eyes of our eight
housemates. Caroline regularly burst into tears, evidently
using the odd sob or two to release the tension of being
in the House.
Even the boys weren't afraid to show
their emotions. Tommy wept when Hasan left, although he
did try to hide his face under a towel, but nothing could
disguise those snuffling sounds.
And James had a bottom-lip-trembling
moment when he was disqualified from winning after breaking
too many rules. Day Ten wasn't a happy day for the Scot
Phew! There were certainly some fights and a half in the
House – mainly between Tracey and Paul. These two
could barely be in the same room for more than a minute
before they started snapping and snarling at each other
like distempered dogs.
Shaneen and Tracey also had a bit of
a barney over the bedroom lights on Day Two, but it didn't
turn into anything more than a slightly-raised voice conversation,
although a certain amount of animosity hovered over the
pair for the rest of their stay in the House.
Paul and Jade also had a few set-tos,
regularly swearing at each other, shouting and bellowing
like a pair of old fishwives. And Caroline and, um, Paul,
had a scrap too on Day Seven, when Caroline shouted at
the Irish crimper for being too overbearing.
It's a miracle the lad ever went on
In the first couple of days it looked like Tommy had the
hots for Tracey. In fact he even admitted it to his fellow
incumbents. But by Day Four, the likely lad only had eyes
for another young lady... Jade, and we all know what happened
Before relationships were truly formed
though, there was lots of talk about who they fancied.
Caroline bemoaning the lack of good-looking men and Paul
asking for "really gay footballer types" to
be drafted in for his amusement.
Fancying people aside, there was a "whole
lotta love" in that House. Every housemate claimed
they liked each other when they left and some true friendships
You'd expect a fair amount of gossiping from a group of
18-year-olds, wouldn't you? But, my goodness, this lot
managed to pack years of backstabbing and bitching into
just ten days.
The ultimate bitching queen of the gang
had to be Tracey, who had wormed her way into everyone's
thoughts by Day Two – something that didn't go unnoticed
by Ashford lovely Caroline.
She soon cottoned on that the Runcorn
youngster was taking each person to bitch about someone
else, even if she'd been less than complimentary about
Caroline's idea for stopping her? To
make sure Tracey was never on her own with just one person.
A tough task indeed. But Tracey did admit she liked a
good bitch, saying she had to do it for at least "20
minutes" per day.
On Day Eight, James admitted bitching
had reached a "new level", and claimed there
was an "epidemic" of gossiping in the House.
Even the Scot and Tommy, two of the least bitchy characters
were at it, Tommy even moaning about the gossiping during
a gossip to Caroline...
Despite all the ups and downs, there was another huge
part of the Teen Big Brother experience... fun.
Who can forget the laughter and joking?
Paul running around under a cover screeching, "I
can fly!" The squirty cream fight, James dancing
around in Tracey's tiny hotpants... the list goes on.
But our absolute favourite moment of
the whole ten days has to be the hilarious Spanish pop
song task on Day Nine. If you didn't have a giggle at
the moustachioed boys and bewigged girls, well, we recommend
you get a sense-of-humour transplant – immediately!