Big Brother lovebirds Stuart and Michelle were today reflecting on their first tiff after the female housemates responded to this week’s nominations with a raunchy rock routine.
The girls spent three hours perfecting Moulin Rouge-style makeovers to lift their spirits with a cheeky performance of Patti Labelle’s Lady Marmalade.
But despite his lover’s effort, languid student Stuart, 20, told the Geordie she looked like “Maureen” – the perverse plaster-cast model moulded during a weekly task.
Michelle, 23, walked away before she snorted: “I didn’t take kindly to that. I’m in a serious huff. I do not look like Maureen.”
Stuart asked his male housemates: “That was an error, wasn’t it?” Victor replied: “Schoolboy error.”
The impromptu performance of songs followed confirmation that newcomer Becki and former asylum seeker Ahmed have both been put up for eviction on Friday.
Becki, 33, who was exempt from last week’s vote, was nominated by four people in the house – Daniel, Michelle, Shell and Stuart.
Ahmed received three votes – from Becki, Michelle, and Stuart.
Trainee florist Becki shook off her disappointment to don a clinging black dress for the dance routine, even burying the hatchet with Michelle after their heated row yesterday.
She crawled through Michelle’s legs as her fellow competitor spanked her from a table-top.
Further routines followed from the men of the house, with Victor crooning the Boyz II Men hit, I’ll Make Love To You.
“This is for all the ladies I’ve ever loved,” he quipped. “And all the ladies I’ve ever banged.”
Earlier the housemates had been less cordial, as they offered Big Brother explanations for this week’s nominations.
Nadia opted for Jason and said: “I have been pushed against the wall, metaphorically speaking, and not given a second chance.”
While Becki claimed Ahmed’s pee stains in the loo had secured her vote, Michelle claimed she put up the former asylum seeker because he was insistent on having political discussions.
Daniel suggested Victor should go before the public vote, reasoning: “His grammar is crap.”