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Big Brother UK - S16E49

Reality-TV . Game-Show . Reality
 

Highlights are shown of life from within the house. Later during the day the housemates will be headlining their very own festival, Bruvstock. Steven talks to Ash and asks what happened between him and Helen last night. Mark and Zoe are chosen as the ‘front men’ for the festival and have to select who they want in their band. After Mark doesn’t choose Christopher, he is left feeling a little dejected on the sidelines. Mark, Helen, Winston, Chris and Steven become The Bi*ch and the Boys and will sing Mr. Brightside, while Zoe, Ashleigh, Ash, Christopher and Pav become 1BV and will sing You’ve Got The Love. The Bi*ch and the Boys end up being crowned overall winners and are rewarded with a VIP after party. They are allowed to select two more housemates to attend the party and they choose Ash and Zoe, leaving Christopher, Pav and Ashleigh without an invite. Ashleigh ends up arguing with Helen. Ashleigh, Christopher and Pav talk in the house as the others enjoy the party in the garden. Helen speculates that she could be evicted on Friday if her free pass to the final is taken away from her. Helen says if she had to give her pass to another housemate it would be to Ash or Steven.

 
Episode Title: BB15 - Day 46 Highlights
Airs: 2014-07-21 at urday
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