Big Brother fans will see yet another awkward clash between Jordan and Matty in Thursday’s episode, as the pair’s cheeky jibes turn personal in a tense exchange.
The pair have been struggling to make their friendship work after Jordan decided to break off their playful flirting, aware that his close friend Henry had developed feelings for him.
Matty expressed his hurt in Tuesday’s episode when he revealed that Jordan had ignored him for two days, and while the pair have since cleared the air, things have remained frosty.
And in the next episode, Jordan struggles to hide his hurt when Matty makes a dig about his ‘romantic feelings for him,’ leading to a tense exchange between the pair.
As the pair are sat outside with Henry, Jordan attempts to tease Matty over his complaints that Jordan ignored him for two days after observing Henry and Matty engage in a long conversation about him.
Awkward! Big Brother fans will see yet another awkward clash between Jordan and Matty in Thursday’s episode, as the pair’s cheeky jibes turn personal in a tense exchange
At odds: In the next episode, Jordan struggles to hide his hurt when Matty makes a dig about his ‘romantic feelings for him,’ leading to a tense exchange between the pair
‘Oh, ”I can’t believe you didn’t sit in the chair next to me, ahhh!” said Jordan, mimicking Matty’s concerns.
Biting back, Matty retorts: ‘I can’t believe you ignored everyone for two days and detached because you were so scared of your romantic feelings for me!’ to which Jordan immediately responds: ‘Oh, shut up!’
After Jordan denies he held romantic feelings, Matty states: ‘You started it, Jordan.’
‘Yeah, but I didn’t go beneath the belt,’ Jordan responds. ‘Don’t even talk to me Matty.’
‘Awkward…’ Henry chimes in.
‘Well, here we go, two days of spikiness, I’m going to hold in for the ride now,’ Matty sighs.
‘No, no, don’t start assuming things. There’s not going to be any spikiness, I’ll just be cordial because I’m the bigger person,’ Jordan responds, much to Henry’s amusement.
Viewers will have to tune in to see the aftermath of the exchange, with a clip on Wednesday’s Late and Live showing the pair speaking about the matter in the storeroom.
Drama! Matty quips that his comment will lead to ‘two days of spikiness,’ before the pair agree to speak about it in the storeroom
Elsewhere in the episode, following days of house-dividing drama, Olivia decides the time has come to clear the air with Trish.
Pulling her aside for a chat upstairs, Olivia says: ‘I do genuinely feel awful for the week you’ve had the past week and I don’t want you to think that I’ve dehumanised you at all.’
‘If I’m honest I feel like everybody has dehumanised me,’ Trish responds.
‘When you open your mouth in here, you fall victim to other people’s reactions. In this house, the people who don’t say too much are sailing right through,’ Olivia notes, ‘…and the people who open their mouth fall victim to that.’
‘Paul getting booed… I don’t know how that has become my fault?’ Trish ponders.
Reflecting on Trish’s argument with Paul the night before his eviction, Olivia laughs: ‘When I look back on it, I do think it was quite funny when you were like doing the limbo while shouting the word ”bully”…’
‘You didn’t place a narrative on Paul, I do believe his behaviour has probably placed a narrative on him,’ Olivia posits, before adding: ‘I think it’s easy to blame you for that.’
‘I feel that maybe in the past week I’ve let other people’s opinions guide my judgement and I do feel bad for that…’ she admits.
‘I really genuinely, sincerely accept your apology and it means so much to me to hear that,’ Trish responds.
It comes after it was revealed that Jenkin, Olivia, Chanelle, Noky and Trish will be the next housemates to face the public vote ahead of Friday night’s live eviction.
Making amends: Elsewhere in the episode, following days of house-dividing drama, Olivia decides the time has come to clear the air with Trish
Clearing the air: Pulling her aside for a chat upstairs, Olivia says: ‘I do genuinely feel awful for the week you’ve had the past week and I don’t want you to think that I’ve dehumanised you’
Revealed in Wednesday’s episode, the housemates learned that Olivia, Noky, Chanelle and Trish received the most nominations from their fellow housemates this week, thus joining Jenkin who was put up during the Hunger Games task earlier this week.
Chanelle received four nominations from Jordan, Trish, Yinrun and Noky, while Noky received three nominations from Henry, Yinrun and Tom.
Elsewhere Trish received three nominations from Chanelle, Jenkin and Tom, while Olivia received four nominations from Matty, Henry, and Jordan.
With five housemates facing the public vote, it is the highest number of housemates up for eviction this series to date.
Big Brother airs tonight at 9pm on ITV2 and ITVX.