Sunshine thinks Mario will win 'Big Brother'

The 24-year-old medical student Sunshine was evicted from the house last night and when asked by host Davina McCall who would be victorious in the last ever series of the show, she said she thought it would be the unemployed Essex boy Mario.

She said: "Mario. I think Mario will win."

However, she also gave her support to Josie and Steve, saying: "Josie's lovely and Steve might win as well."

During her time in the house Sunshine clashed with John James but says they always patched things up after an argument.

Speaking about one row, she said: "He needs time, he gets quite angry, then he came to me today and said, 'I wanna be friends.' "

Sunshine also denied claims she was an attention-seeker, something her housemates had said about her.

She explained: "I just like dressing up and being Lady GaGa."

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