Pete wins human prizes in Big Brother

Two glamorous new arrivals walked into the UK's Big Brother house tonight after Tourette’s syndrome sufferer Pete succeeded in a game show task.

Two glamorous new arrivals walked into the UK's Big Brother house tonight after Tourette’s syndrome sufferer Pete succeeded in a game show task.

Aisleyne and Sam joined the house after a determined Pete Stephenson, 24, correctly answered three out of four quiz questions in the diary room.

The two were hidden in big red boxes in the garden and burst out to the amazement of Glyn Wise, 18, who was charged with retrieving the prizes.

Aisleyne, 27, a model and promotions girl from London, asked him: “Am I a good prize?” He replied: “Yes, and good looking as well.”

Sam, 18, a nail technician from North Ayrshire , said: “Oh my God!” several times as she took in her new surroundings for the first time.

TV host Davina McCall explained that Sam was biologically a man, but for the purposes of the show, would be referred to as a woman.

Pete, who is favourite to win, correctly answered questions from the game Meal, Or No Meal which his fellow housemates had failed to get right previously.

Housemates have been taking part in the quizzes, a spoof of the hit Channel 4 game show hosted by Noel Edmonds, over the past three days.

The questions he knew included which housemate had two Jack Russells called Minnie and Mouse (George), and who would like to be reincarnated as a pair of French knickers (Sezer).

He also won a box of miscellaneous items included the desperately-needed toilet rolls.

Prior to tonight they could win prizes of food and everyday groceries from their extensive shopping list.

But they were unaware that tonight’s game gave them the chance to win one or two new additions to the house.

As Pete only got three of the four questions correct they missed out on winning a speedboat that was shrouded in gold materia in the garden.

There was extra space in the house after exercise scientist and yoga fanatic Dawn Blake was thrown out last week for rule breaking.

The 38-year-old was unceremoniously dumped from the show after being warned for secretly communicating with the outside world.

Her departure followed that of anguished Shahbaz Chauhdray, 37, a flamboyant Glaswegian who become a house pariah for his difficult behaviour and walked out.

The only person to be leave on schedule has been part-time care worker Bonnie Holt, 20, who was evicted on Friday following the first viewer vote.

The new housemates will be immune from this week’s nominations, the first round of which take place tomorrow.

Bookmakers reacted immediately to the new arrivals with William Hill placing Sam as a 10/1 shot to win the Big Brother crown. Aisleyne was priced at 12/1 with Pete remaining the 8/11 favourite.

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