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ofni
Posted 28/5/2009 16:56 (#32963)
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As we build up to Big Brother 10, new! magazine's website anticipates the new series by recalling just a few of the "great characters" BB has introduced us to.

You'll agree with at least ONE of them (well you'd BETTER! ) but how many of the others do you go along with?

http://new-magazine.co.uk/tv/view/10090/Big-Brother/

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Posted 28/5/2009 19:11 (#32964 - in reply to #32963)
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ofni - 28/5/2009 16:56

As we build up to Big Brother 10, new! magazine's website anticipates the new series by recalling just a few of the "great characters" BB has introduced us to.

You'll agree with at least ONE of them (well you'd BETTER! ) but how many of the others do you go along with?

http://new-magazine.co.uk/tv/view/10090/Big-Brother/



I found Brian and Nadia amusing. I would have liked to see more of Sunita, but she never hung around with a long goodbye.
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secrethousemate
Posted 29/5/2009 13:04 (#32965 - in reply to #32963)
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Speaking of BB, today marks the third anniversary of Aisleyne's first appearance on BB7. She jumped out of her box just after 10pm on a live 'add-on' to the highlights show on Bank Holiday Monday. It does seem like a long time ago now...

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ofni
Posted 29/5/2009 13:10 (#32966 - in reply to #32965)
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secrethousemate - 29/5/2009 13:04

Speaking of BB, today marks the third anniversary of Aisleyne's first appearance on BB7. She jumped out of her box just after 10pm on a live 'add-on' to the highlights show on Bank Holiday Monday. It does seem like a long time ago now...



Arguably the most remarkable box-opening since Pandora
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ofni
Posted 2/6/2009 11:11 (#33060 - in reply to #32963)
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Don't forget that Aisleyne's BB10 blog for Reveal Magazine will be hitting t'internet after launch night. You'll be able to read it at:

http://www.revealblog.co.uk/

and, of course, there will be a dedicated forum on here to discuss whether your views coincide with Ash's and other FMs.

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ofni
Posted 3/6/2009 16:34 (#33085 - in reply to #33060)
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Ooh, look who's shown up in her allotted place for the foreseeable future on the Revealblog homepage

http://www.revealblog.co.uk/

Click on the picture for the BBBlog page
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ofni
Posted 4/6/2009 10:48 (#33098 - in reply to #32963)
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A new section of the forum has now been opened ready and waiting for Aisleyne's BB10 blog

http://www.aisleyne.com/forum/forums/forum-view.asp?fid=29

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Julian
Posted 4/6/2009 23:27 (#33126 - in reply to #33098)
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Ooh, I'm all excited again. Quite an interesting bunch

Doesn't Sophie look like the spitting image of Aisleyne?

Way too early to tell but I'm liking Marcus and Charlie and, apart from the hysterics on the way in, I thought Sophia came across really well in her VT.

Noirin redeemed herself by being up for the shaved eyebrows etc.

Not liking Angel, Saffia or Siavash much.

The rest I'm neutral.

Annoyingly, I'm goiing abroad for a week as of Saturday so I'm going to have to do a lot of catching up when I get back

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Julian
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emptybox
Posted 5/6/2009 00:37 (#33127 - in reply to #32963)
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It's Noirin and Karly for me so far.

Can't say I particularly thought of Aisleyne when I saw Sophie?
But she is a good looking girl.

ETA: I've just looked at her again on live feed, and she does have a similar shape of face to Ash.



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ofni
Posted 5/6/2009 08:07 (#33128 - in reply to #32963)
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Rodrigo Rodrigo

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Cristiano Ronaldo

 

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Professor Brian Cox (Particle Physicist and ex-Rock Star)

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ofni
Posted 5/6/2009 09:45 (#33130 - in reply to #32963)
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Reveal mag's introduction to their BB blog, to be presented by "the coolest ex-contestant", and promising the first instalment today:

Wonder who her first impressions will favour?

http://www.revealblog.co.uk/bbblog.ASP





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secrethousemate
Posted 5/6/2009 13:53 (#33133 - in reply to #32963)
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http://www.revealblog.co.uk/bbblog.ASP?articleID=1527

Well it's up at last! Looks like it might be written to appear in the mag too? (Reference to 'last week' rather than 'last night'?). Ash seems to be quite liking most of them, apart from Saffia! Didn't actually realise Rodrigo was bisexual - I can't have been paying too much attention...



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sophie
Posted 5/6/2009 22:14 (#33144 - in reply to #32963)
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i thought sophiA were well funny on the way in!!!!
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emptybox
Posted 5/6/2009 23:06 (#33147 - in reply to #33144)
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sophie - 5/6/2009 22:14 i thought sophiA were well funny on the way in!!!!

Is that the one doing all the screaming?

I think she'll be good as well, but PLEASE....No more screaming.

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bradley27
Posted 5/6/2009 23:37 (#33148 - in reply to #32963)
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I have to say I think Angel might start growing on me. She seems OK, and not as weird as she wanted to give the impression of. I loved what she said to the others when entering the house.
Again, its a shame we dont really have the live feed this year, because its so important to be able to really get to know the person
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Posted 6/6/2009 15:23 (#33157 - in reply to #32963)
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Ha it well funny innit
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Julian
Posted 15/6/2009 22:34 (#33239 - in reply to #33157)
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I'm back from Holiday now and trying to catch up (just Sunday and Monday to go).

I loved Sophia from her VT but I changed my mind pretty quickly. Glad she's gone.

Marcus and Sree are pretty much bottom of my list at the moment, which is a big fall from grace for Marcus. He was one of my favourites at the start. Not feeling Cairon much, either.

I think the Dogface/Kris thing is genuine enough. I don't think it's a romance so much as two singletons fancying a bit of slap and tickle but I don't think it's for the cameras. At least not on Dogface's part. She's a bit naiive, I think, but I'm quite liking her.

Halfwit is actually one of my favourtes now. He's a bit of a twit but he's a character and his heart's in the right place.

I love Noirin. They haven't shown enough of her for my liking but I can tell she's the caring type which is what I usually look for in a favourite.

Most of the rest are cool. It's a pretty good show so far

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Julian
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Julian
Posted 19/6/2009 00:14 (#33273 - in reply to #33239)
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I have to say, Kudos to the housemates for passing the dance task. Seeing them in rehearsals yesterday I didn't think they had a hope of passing but they were pretty good considering what a complicated routine it was!
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Posted 19/6/2009 22:48 (#33281 - in reply to #33273)
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Julian - 19/6/2009 00:14 I have to say, Kudos to the housemates for passing the dance task. Seeing them in rehearsals yesterday I didn't think they had a hope of passing but they were pretty good considering what a complicated routine it was!

It was no thanks to Charlie though.

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Julian
Posted 5/8/2009 22:59 (#33853 - in reply to #33281)
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I thought Hira showed great strength of character in that cake task. What with Freddie crashing and burning she's fast becoming my new favourite

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emptybox
Posted 5/8/2009 23:26 (#33854 - in reply to #33853)
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Julian - 5/8/2009 22:59 I thought Hira showed great strength of character in that cake task. What with Freddie crashing and burning she's fast becoming my new favourite Regards Julian

Yes, she was good in that task, and was determined to pass.

Pity we don't see her like that more often.

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Julian
Posted 12/8/2009 19:41 (#33914 - in reply to #33854)
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I've copied this from the blog thread as I don't want to contribute to any more off topicness

bradley27 - 12/8/2009 12:44
The whole thing last night was such a performance. You would have thought she had killed him the way people are reacting. It was no different to the way she was to others and I disgree with Ash about loyality. Loyality and friendship isnt just sticking up no matter what, its about telling your friend when they are wrong.

Still HW's sham performance seems to have done the trick and he is back in the victim role, and everyone forgets all the stuff he does again


Bea wasn't telling a friend that they were wrong she was rubbing her hands of someone she now has no respect for. She is extremely judgemental and intolerant and basically decides whether or not to be civil to someone depending on whether they come up to her standards or not, rather than whether they have actually wronged her or not. I don't think it's a very admirable quality to be honest.

Halfwit seems to be having a bit of a breakdown at the moment, primarily because he has always seen himself as a messenger for positivity and goodwill and is now being made to realize that others don't see his actions as being anything of the kind. He has also finally been made to realize that his beloved Bea is not the person he thought she was. His dyslexia is undoubtedly behind his inability to process the sudden shift in world view and is contributing to what appears to be something of a nervous breakdown.

It remains to be seen whether he can actually wake up to himself and realize he's not the crusader for justice he thinks he is. I don't dislike him as much as some but I'm no longer backing him to win.

I would prefer Marcus to go this week, though. While I admire some of his qualities there are others that I can't support at all. I think he has more potential to bring misery to the house than Halfwit does and he wants to go anyway.

At this point, I've decided that Sophie is my favourite. She's not a particularly outstanding housemate but she seems to be the only one who's done nothing I really disapprove of. Plus she's had backbone enough to stand up to Marcus and tell him a few home truths so that's got to be a good thing

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bradley27
Posted 13/8/2009 00:39 (#33915 - in reply to #32963)
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well at least we agree on the end bit...lol
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Julian
Posted 14/8/2009 13:24 (#33922 - in reply to #33915)
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I had my doubts about the Queen thing but it turned out pretty well in the end. It was nice to have a more light-hearted show for a change.

Last year was just one hilarious show after another but this year has been pretty depressing

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boldjohn
Posted 14/8/2009 18:29 (#33923 - in reply to #33922)
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Julian - 14/8/2009 13:24

I had my doubts about the Queen thing but it turned out pretty well in the end. It was nice to have a more light-hearted show for a change.

Last year was just one hilarious show after another but this year has been pretty depressing

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I've been depressed just reading about it.
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