Big Brother was getting steamy within the first week as outgoing Anouska stripped off for a bubble bath while shy Scotsman Cameron took a shower in the same room.
Meanwhile, physics graduate Jon appeared to come to terms with the prospect of being the first to be thrown out of the house.
The 29-year-old told housemate Justine, during a chat in the garden: “I think I’m coming across as straight-laced, overly practical and not fun-loving.
“I’m not expecting to be here at the weekend.”
Earlier yesterday, Cameron found Anouska wrapped in a large towel – and announcing she was about to shave her legs.
She then dropped the towel to the floor and lowered herself into the foamy water.
Timid Cameron waited until he was in the shower unit before disrobing, keeping his back to her throughout.
As they both lathered up Anouska gave Cameron a tantalising mental picture.
“It’s so deep,” she purred.
“It’s like the (chocolate) advert where she has all those bubbles everywhere.”
Cameron dried himself in the shower before stepping out and looking for his clothes.
Ever the gentleman, he averted his eyes, save for the odd furtive glance in Anouska’s direction as she continued to bathe.
“Do you mind if I stand at that sink and shave?” he asked.
“No of course not, the sooner we get comfortable with each other the better,” she replied.
He complained to Anouska: “I need a hair cut”. But she cooed flirtatiously: “You don’t, it looks nice.”
Cameron was getting all the attention of the ladies in the house as 23-year-old blonde Nush took his hair style into her own hands.
She used lashings of hair gel to treat him to a new spiky hair-do.
“I look like a receiver for some weird radio station,” he complained.
Anouska also created waves when she told Tania and Sissy she liked Glasgow waiter Federico, saying: “I do like Fed.”
At this the other girls started giggling and exchanging glances. “No, not like that,” she blushed.
Despite her drunken first night antics when she was nominated for eviction by the other housemates for being too loud, Anouska has recovered slightly and is no longer favourite to be first out of the house.
Dull data strategy manager Jon is now favourite to be sent packing back to Staines in the first eviction later this week.
Ladbrokes spokesman Warren Lush said: “The first eviction is hard to call, all we know is that it is a two-horse race between Jon and Anouska. Scott and Federico are safe.”
Nush is now the clear 5/1 second favourite behind Ray. Her odds to win have been cut from 6/1 to 5/1.
Bookmakers Coral also said Jon is now favourite at 4-7 to be the first evicted.
“Until now, punters and bookies alike had seemed unsure who might go first, but the good news for Anouska is that all the money is now on Jon,” said Coral’s David Stevens.
According to Coral, Jon is followed by Anouska (13-8) Federico (12-1) and Scott (20-1).
Favourites to be the outright winner are Ray (11-4), followed by Nush (4-1), Scott (6-1) and Cameron (7-1).