Curious Makosi given secret housemates mission

Curiosity got the better of Big Brother contestant Makosi today and left her facing a secret challenge – to feed, clothe and tend the secret housemates.

Curiosity got the better of Big Brother contestant Makosi today and left her facing a secret challenge – to feed, clothe and tend the secret housemates.

The 24-year-old nurse earned her mission after pushing a large red button that appeared in the house with the words ‘please do not press’ written next to it.

Moments before she had asked her fellow housemates: “I want to know if everybody wants to find out what will happen.”

If Makosi fails her secret mission she will automatically face eviction next Friday but if she succeeds she will be immune from the public vote.

Eugene, Kinga and Orlaith are the latest additions to the Channel 4 show, arriving barely dressed in fig leaf-covered bikinis and swimming shorts just moments after Italian Roberto’s eviction last night.

Technology geek Eugene, 27, from Crawley, West Sussex, is a virgin and a Terry Wogan fan.

Londoner Kinga, 20, is a big-breasted exhibitionist who describes herself as a “two-faced bitch” and is looking for a fling in the house.

Orlaith, 26, from Belfast, is a part-time model who, like evicted housemate Sam, has had a boob job.

But the other housemates are completely unaware of the trio’s existence – they are being hidden away in a secret indoor garden for the time being.

Just two of the three will eventually secure places in the house but, while they are in the secret garden, they have to remain unnoticed by the others.

Ladbrokes continue to make Kemal 4/1 favourite to win Big Brother, with the chances of Eugene, Kinga or Orlaith winning being 7/1.

After surviving eviction, Derek’s odds on winning have been dramatically cut to 8/1 from 25/1, making him a real contender.

Ladbrokes spokesman Warren Lush said: “Interest in backing Eugene, Orlaith or Kinga to win has already fallen away and the chances of one the new housemates triumphing have drifted to 7/1 from 6/1.

“It seems that the public need convincing that one of the Secret Garden trio could go on and scoop the prize money.”

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