Craig has been booted off Big Brother in a shock eviction, after winning just 4.1 per cent of the public vote.
10:13 11 August 2005Craig has been booted off Big Brother in a shock eviction, after winning just 4.1 per cent of the public vote.
The housemates were gobbling up Chinese food as a reward for winning their latest task when the bombshell was dropped, and the crimping hairdresser was given just 30 seconds to say goodbye to his chums.
"I knew it," screamed Craig on hearing the news, as he ran over to give Anthony a goodbye cuddle.
"I'll be fine. I knew it. Oh God, I've got to go," said the 11th evictee of Big Brother 6.
His departure left Anthony pacing around the house, sighing and throwing things around in a clear sign that the Geordie already misses his best buddy.
On leaving the house, Craig told Davina: "I didn't think I'd survive until week 11 let alone be there as long as I was."
And Anthony was impressed by the way his biggest fan left the house with a surprising lack of fuss and bother.
"He took it like a bloke. He got man points for that," said the 70s dancer.
It was an evening of twists all round in the house as soon after Craig left, Eugene was unwittingly thrust into the limelight and scooped 50,000 for his troubles.
Big Brother called for one housemate to come to the Diary Room and then presented Eugene with an offer he could barely refuse - take 50 grand in cash and reduce the amount going to the eventual winner by half.
Unbeknown to Eugene, the other housemates were watching and were told that, if he refused, the winnings would rocket to 200,000.
Unsurprisingly, Eugene pocketed the money but then spent the rest of the evening racked by guilt over what hed done.
"The right answer would have been to walk away and leave it to the winner," he told Kinga later.
"I wanted to come in here to be liked. I wanted everyone to think Eugene's a really nice person, really genuine."
Meanwhile, the Sun newspaper has sensationally claimed that Makosi was handpicked and fast-tracked onto the show after being groomed by a talent agency.
The paper cites a bill for 609.80 from an agency to the programme's makers Endemol for providing the show with the so-called nurse - an investigation is said to be underway.
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