“Big Brother Australia” housemate Mikkayla has been saved yet again! In what seems to be a recurring theme, “The Cat” has escaped eviction nomination for the fourth time. In another old news, Tully is still a sore loser.
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It was Showdown time once again, and the housemates were all eyeing the big prize: the power to swap a safe housemate with a nominated one. And yes, the one-night stay at the Presidential Suite wasn’t bad as well.
Mikkayla won by luck and by brains, which meant she won fair and square, but Tully didn’t see it as such.
Tully, as well as Katie, made it to the second set of the game with Mikkayla. The game was “Putt Up or Shut Up” mini golf game, and the ball closest to the target would be the winner. Tully’s ball accidentally knocked Mikkayla’s, which inadvertently made the latter the closest to the target.
“You’re lucky I hit that ball really close,” the social media strategist sarcastically told the English language teacher.
As the Showdown winner, Mikkayla had the power to swap a nominated housemate with a safe one. She was a nominee, and naturally, she chose herself. Unfortunately for Ben, she chose to swap places with him.
“I would never put my three best friends in the house over there,” she explained her decision, referring to Jade and the Sugar Sisters. “I’ve already put Matt over there. And Ed made it to the final with me.
“I’m so sorry, Ben. I know you have a massive fan base so you will be fine,” she told her gentle pyjama-wearing friend.
“You’re gonna be fine. You’re gonna be fine,” she kept assuring him as they hugged.
Ben seemed to take his new unwanted position graciously, telling Mikkayla that it’s just a game. But Tully took it more personally.
“You could have thanked me for helping your ball, but that’s fine,” Tully, feeling cheated, told Mikkayla, to which the latter replied, “I did.”
It’s a typical reaction for Tully, who has been throwing tantrums every time she doesn’t get in her way. Her outbursts are especially apparent when Mikkayla gets lucky.
Earlier, Drully (Drew and Tully) had a talk about their relationship. They were aware of the gossip inside the house, so they had to assure each other that they were fine.
“I still have a girlfriend. I love her very much,” Tully told Drew, oblivious to the fact that her girlfriend Tahlia had broken up with her on Twitter.
Tully went on to say that she didn’t want to lose Drew, declaring that she’s not uncomfortable with the rumours going on in the house that they were more than just friends.
After watching Tully and Drew declare their love for each other on Monday’s episode, Tahlia had posted a cryptic message that many have interpreted as her dumping Tully.
Thanks for the concern guys, but I am big girl, I will be just fine. Life goes on.. x #singlebabescomeatme
— TAHLIA. (@beginnersblood) September 2, 2013
On Thursday evening, she posted the following tweet:
I am trying not to tweet about anything to do with her or that house. But this is pretty special stuff from a viewer. http://t.co/MQU2aLEo6O — TAHLIA. (@beginnersblood) September 5, 2013
Tahlia proved that she’s more mature than her now ex-girlfriend. Even after breaking up with her (without Tully’s knowledge), she defended her from haters, telling them that Tully didn’t deserve such hate.
Meanwhile, Heidi and Tim, the warring non-couple who started out as best friends in the house, patched things up, at least temporarily. Trust was still an issue between the two, but they were able to come to an understanding. Heidi admitted to Big Brother later in the Diary Room that she felt guilty for hurting Tim.
Heidi apparently also mended fences with Mikkayla, who didn’t know they even had a spat in the first place. She was chosen by the Showdown winner to go to the Presidential Suite with her, and the two had a girl time together in the luxurious quarter.
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