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Matthew Davies Broadcasting Professional, Media Graduate, Writer, Blogger And screen to hug Mark, call Helen a "skid-mark of society" once again and simply ruin my entire life, career and relationship with my girlfriend of six years. . MORE: Reality Television Winston Showan mark byron Reality TV. Kimberly Kisselovich, Mark Byron, Matthew Davies, Pauline Bennett, Only one of the new lot is in a relationship and they are perhaps the. Matthew doesn't get intimidated, never backs down and can't wait to cause havock in the house.
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The wild and vivacious year old Pauline walked in and I already knew she would be the one to beat proven by the fact she was given the power instantly that led to her ultimate downfall which soon resulted in her eviction two weeks later. I lived with three other models and an actor who all hoped Big Brother would give their careers a desired push, despite the fact I did state to them on several occasions that surely appearing on Big Brother would do the opposite and tarnish that?
What was notable in my eyes was the fact nearly every housemate I lived with was after something, whether that be fame, self-acceptance, an ego boost or just an experience to beat out any other they have gained so far in their life; the question I ask is, do all housemates utilise Big Brother in attempt to resolve their "quarter-life crisis"?
As the show goes on I bitterly watched the remaining housemates continue on their Big Brother journey in hope that their lives will change forever once they exit the front doors of the house. Many of them I learned inside the house that they had already been on several reality TV shows, therefore their attempt to showcase their personalities to the British Nation were more than overt.
During my time in that house I sometimes couldn't help eavesdropping into my other housemates' conversations about getting "papped" outside London's prestigious clubs, or the prospect of making money from PA's in post-BB life. There were times where I could do nothing yet merely cringe, and other occasions where I witnessed myself impulsively jump in to tell triple B that they were entirely deluded for believing this.
After I was evicted, I realised it were only best to allow them to find things out for themselves upon their pending departures. Steven, one of the already successful housemates that proved to have his own businesses outside of Big Brother came up with the idea of paying an independent production company to follow himself and "Triple B" around on a travelling trip around America.
Even at that moment I realised money and corporate success to some was not enough. Housemates had spoken about Marlon's famous friends who he spent his weekends partying with in lavish nightclubs. Talking about getting "papped" after Big Brother and making thousands of pounds from PA's was the degree factor that led hurricane Toya to clash with him and brutally shout "You need Big Brother!
I really felt compassion towards him and on one occasion alerted him of his false ego, yet the fact he continued to parade around in the mirrors every five minutes making chauvinist remarks such as "spread your legs" to Kimberly meant that it was time to let him get on with it. Kimberley, one of the models in the house who had already made herself a profile in the US and candidly spoke about her involvement with Hugh Heffner, admitted to having slightly exposing photographs all over the internet.
With a law degree and a strong business mind I begun to wonder if Big Brother may have been treated as a job to her as well as many of my peers. Ok, so there may be no other experience like it, but Big Brother is not just for anyone.
It's televised and that's what plays a key part in the reasons as to why the housemates participate. I'll openly admit that I thoroughly enjoy attention and thrive on the national recognition like many of us would.
Who doesn't want more Twitter followers and adoration of complete strangers that we don't even know? I enjoy it, but don't need it. They were afraid of me in the beginning.
I was instantly judged as being an out-of-the-ordinary "posh" housemate, simply by my lack of enthusiasm or forced whimsical persona when walking down the steps to meet the rest of my housemates.
As expected, the rest of them had questioned Pauline about what exactly she had seen in my VT to have selected me for punishment and had all been made aware of how "I can't stand thick people". I had watched the show for years and realised that the popularity of each contestant is very fickle, so being locked up in a glass box would not faze me in the slightest or alter the viewer's perception of me long enough for a lasting effect.
When watching it back I shouldn't have been surprised to find out that it was edited to present me looking ever so saddened, rather than humored as I was in reality. After a couple of days my personality came out, a rather pretentious, overly opinionated, dry, sarcastic and brutally candid camp boy with awkward mannerisms. I wasn't in the position to let people witness my sensitive side in the early days as my guard remained up and I kept well and truly on my toes for the twists that lingered ahead of us during Big Brother's most evil series yet.
This of course diminished when the novelty of Big Brother wore off and the true opinions of others found their way out of my mouth after three days. I became miserable in my final week once the girls were selected for power and I had to witness the show I love conform to cultural stereotypes and gender discourse; something I have very much challenged my whole life.
I have since been informed of my downfall when sitting in the diary room miserably talking down of the rest of my housemates in my final week when the pressure of potential eviction loomed over me.
Whilst the viewers may have personally preferred to watch other housemates over me, I couldn't bare the fame talk and that's what made me extremely bitter about my pending eviction. Of course, since leaving the house I have reminded myself that it is all one big game and that you cannot take Big Brother so seriously after all because you are purely allowing yourself to be utilised in a game show.
Now that I am out I have already conspired to the game that Big Brother is and will learn to accept that however I was portrayed and no matter how shocking my eviction may have been to most viewers, it has happened and that the past is precisely what it is.
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Aside from coming across like a grumpy old man, I did enjoy the most of my experience. I look back and laugh hysterically when attempting to conjure an image back up in my mind of Danielle's face whilst I fed her eggs during the farm task.
Similarly, her reactions to being electrocuted and finding out that she was put up for nomination in week one kept me giggling throughout the series and impersonating her to her face never shown on TV. Excluding the comedy at Danielle's expense, my masquerade ball will always be a party to remember after experiencing my dreaded 24th birthday during my stay. The occasions where I had the most fun were the tasks, where we could solely forget that we were locked in a dull and claustrophobic environment with the same people, partaking in the most monotonous and repetitive conversations day after day.
I managed to compete in a dangerous obstacle course reminiscent of Takeshi's Castle, partake in a couple of pants-pissing hysterical farm themed tasks, immerse myself in a fantastically crafted murder mystery and of course "twerk" like Miley Cyrus in a horrifically exposing Y-front.
Of course I the show is heavily edited. I formed friendships with most of them very quickly and was deemed one of the key entertainers by my fellow housemates early on. As I continue to watch back I am only gobsmacked by how irrelevant I look and how inherently quiet and bland I actually was made out to be through the a viewers TV screen after all. The first week was the most fun where we would excitingly embrace each and everything the producers would throw our way.
At that moment everyone was excited to make new 'besties' and talk about how shocked they're mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, cousins, school friends, teachers, bosses and enemies from the past would feel to find out they were on Big Brother. What nobody realised including myself was that the novelty of being on Big Brother would quickly wear off and eventually you would get bored, tired, stressed and hate the fact that you were starting to not enjoy the experience as much as you imagined.
This is when unexpected arguments kick in, all sense of stimulating conversation is lost causing you to slag others off behind their backs, you find yourself sleep-deprived, chain smoking and eventually cracking in the diary room and the entire house becomes entirely dependent on the rationed cheap alcoholic "refreshments" that Big Brother provides to us nearly every night.
I never felt the need to exhibit or put on a forced entertainment show for my housemates and neither Big Brother's viewers either for that matter. Instead I just did me. There are several housemates that indeed played up to the cameras. Many of them are definitely bright enough to know how they are being perceived on TV and therefore act accordingly to how they hope the game will go for them, in hope that they will not receive a dreaded nomination.
Whilst most housemates fully threw themselves into the shows tasks and twists and let go of their inhibitions I remained uptight in various circumstances, given the fact I reminded myself there was life after Big Brother and this limited experience was not one I would allow to dictate my future or either disrespect my girlfriend on television. Many housemates believed Michael to be a mole, but no one could be certain. Michael was revealed to his housemates on Friday 21st June and departed later that evening.
Callum Knell Star Sign: Callum was the sixth housemate evicted and departed on Friday 2nd August Wolfy Millington Star Sign: Believes in reincarnation and says she can talk to animals, has a passion for fishing and has a tattoo of the first ever mackerel she caught, lives with her girlfriend of four years, can be funny, yet too loud and can say some pretty awkward things and can recall her past life.
Wolfy was the third housemate to be evicted and departed the house on Friday 12th July Sam Evans Star Sign: Secrets and Lies Series 14 !
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He came first place in the Final and departed the house on Monday 19th August Day Sophie Lawrence Star Sign: Sophie was the eighth housemate to be evicted after being replaced by devious Dexter in a twist. Dexter Koh Star Sign: Jobs have included being a male escort, paparazzo, strip club manager, magician and celeb PR, single, but sees a few girls a month, loves to work and has no time for hobbies, as chasing stories and making money is his main goal. Gina Rio Star Sign: Dan Neal Star Sign: Worked as a police officer for ten years, came out as gay when he was 23, lives with his boyfriend in Essex and has a year-old son from a previous relationship with a woman and considers his son to be the most important person in his life, best trait is his loyalty and has a talent of reading people very well.