Big Brother: Nude art task makes Stuart centre of attention

New boy Stuart Pilkington continued to be the focus of attention in the 'Big Brother' house, when housemates were asked to picture him nude.

The 25-year-old had already set female hearts aflutter when he arrived to replace Alexandra De-Gale, who had been kicked off for unacceptable behaviour.

Both Sylvia Barrie and Jennifer Clark enjoyed flirting with the Cheshire-based personal trainer on his first night in the house.

When he returned from the Diary Room yesterday to read out the task, he was given cause to blush.

He told the group: “Housemates must use their imagination and creativity as they take part in 'Big Brother’s' Life Class.

“Housemates must either paint or sculpt the new housemate, Stuart, in the nude.”

The task sent pulses racing again.

When housemates were asked to explain the logic behind their work, Sylvia told them: “This is my sexy interpretation of Stu.

“I have focused on his sexy body with his beautiful pecs going on, his nice eyes and I think his face is really pretty.”

Her efforts went unrewarded, however, as Stuart picked her rival Jennifer – who said her painting was a reference to Adonis – as the winner.

The decision to pick the art student’s work went down well with most of the housemates.

However, Dale Howard, who had been vying for Jennifer’s affections, and Sylvia were less impressed.

Later, Luke Marsden launched a hunt for custard creams, which had gone missing.

“It’s not just 12. An entire packet of 30 has been taken. It’s preposterous,” he told Sylvia and Rebecca Shiner.

The 19-year-old stalked the house, looking in drawers and under beds, but found only stolen noodles and crisps.

More on this topic

‘Goodbye my friend’ – Emma Willis bids Big Brother farewell ahead of final‘Goodbye my friend’ – Emma Willis bids Big Brother farewell ahead of final

Davina McCall sends emotional message to Emma Willis on day of last Big BrotherDavina McCall sends emotional message to Emma Willis on day of last Big Brother

Anamelia Silva becomes first person evicted from Big Brother in last seriesAnamelia Silva becomes first person evicted from Big Brother in last series

Big Brother contestant Ellis Hillon removed from house over past offensive tweetsBig Brother contestant Ellis Hillon removed from house over past offensive tweets

More in this Section

Love Island star Jack Fincham makes shock baby announcementLove Island star Jack Fincham makes shock baby announcement

Louis Tomlinson says he was not ready for long One Direction hiatusLouis Tomlinson says he was not ready for long One Direction hiatus

Channing Tatum and Jessie J confirm relationship is back onChanning Tatum and Jessie J confirm relationship is back on

Viewers take sides after Rebecca and Siannise clash on Love IslandViewers take sides after Rebecca and Siannise clash on Love Island


Lifestyle

Food news with Joe McNameeThe Menu: Upcoming food highlights

THE health properties of tea have long been advertised. “It maketh the body active and lusty” a 1660 promotion suggested. However, before you dunk your teabag into a mug of steaming water, spare a thought for the environment. Some have polypropylene to help to seal them and it doesn’t decompose.Storm in a teacup: Top 8 loose-leaf teas

Bestselling author Isabel Allende talks to Rowena Walsh about life, grief, and why it’s never too late to fall in loveIsabel Allende: It's never too late to fall in love

Cliffs of Moher Retreat owner Michelle Moroney has written a book on finding self-worth and stepping back from our 24/7 lives. She talks to Marjorie Brennan about the need to unwindMichelle Moroney highlights the need to take stock of our lives

More From The Irish Examiner