Big Brother’s Jordan shared another secret kiss with ‘husband’ Henry during Sunday night’s episode.
The food critic and the lawyer, 25, have been delighting viewers with their chemistry and potential romance although a spanner was thrown in the works when Jordan began flirting with doctor Matty, 24.
But Jordan reassured Henry that he doesn’t find Matty attractive moments after the pair kissed under the dining table.
Climbing under the table where they couldn’t be seen, Henry said: ‘Where’s the cam? They will never see.’
Looking cheekily at the camera while coming out from under the table, Jordan said: ‘It’s almost platonic Henry’
Romance: Big Brother’s Jordan shared another secret kiss with ‘husband’ Henry during Sunday night’s episode
Love triangle: The food critic and the lawyer, 25, have been delighting viewers with their chemistry and potential romance although a spanner was thrown in the works when Jordan began flirting with doctor Matty, 24
After the kiss, the pair were chatting about housemate Matty, with Henry saying: ‘I think Matty hasn’t met someone like you before.’
Jordan added: ‘It’s weird with him because he’s in a relationship but sometimes I sense he’s being a bit too over familiar.’
Henry replied: ‘What a bit flirty?’
Jordan responded: ‘Yeah but that’s how he approaches every person. And the thing is, I don’t find him attractive at all he is totally not my type, but his eyes are nice and I like how he is engaged in a conversation.’
Elsewhere during the episode, Jordan and Henry were put on the spot by their fellow housemates as they are quizzed about the nature of their relationship.
‘You would never actually get together would you?’ Olivia teases the pair. Jordan coyly replies, ‘Of course we would.’
‘Do you fancy each other?’ she presses them, as Jordan plants a kiss onto Henry’s forehead.
‘Oh I just got wet!’ she laughs.
Last week, Henry made a move by planting a kiss on Jordan while the pair were in bed, with a shocked Jordan exclaiming: ‘We can’t kiss on camera, sorry’.
Romance? The food critic and the lawyer, 25, have been delighting viewers with their chemistry and potential romance
Third wheeling: A spanner was thrown in the works when Jordan began flirting with Matty
And during the show’s livestream, viewers were shocked as Henry reached in again for another smooch in the early hours of Friday morning as the pair lay together in bed chatting to Trish.
In his deadpan way, Jordan then turned to the stay at home mother and asked: ‘What was I saying to you before Henry rudely kissed me?’
The touching moment came after viewers were left gobsmacked when Jordan opened up about his traumatic childhood in his typical darkly humorous way.
Jordan revealed that he was 16 when his father died of a heroin overdose and added that he had not gone to his dad’s funeral.
However, he left his friends Matty and Trish confused and viewers at home in hysterics as he delivered the sad revelation in a very dispassionate and indifferent way.
Sitting in the garden, the trio were discussing siblings when Jordan claimed he had no brothers or sisters.
Matty replied: ‘I thought you had a sibling?’ leading Jordan to explain: ‘Yeah a half one, but not from my mother.’
Sweet: Jordan reassured Henry that he doesn’t find Matty attractive moments after the pair kissed under the dining table
Trish clarified: ‘From your father. Do you talk to your father?’ to which Jordan answered airily: ‘No, he’s retired heroin addict.’
A shocked Trish asked: ‘Is that a serious comment or is that a joke? Because we can’t tell with you.’
Jordan responded drily: ‘No it’s a serious comment. And he was very generous with his sperm so I have many half siblings out and about. I don’t know them particularly, I know one of my half-sisters a bit.’
Trish went on to ask: ‘Do you know how many there are of you all together?’ to which Jordan said no.
Continuing to gently probe deeper, Trish said: ‘Did your dad ever try to get in touch?’
A blasé Jordan explained: ‘He’s dead, that’s why he’s retired,’ causing a baffled Matty to gasp: ‘Oh I didn’t get that.’
Jordan chuckled and said: ‘It was a bit of a joke. He is dead, he’s a retired heroin addict – he shot out of life.’
Getting candid: Jordan left his fellow housemates gobsmacked on Thursday night’s Big Brother as he opened up about his traumatic childhood in his typical darkly humorous way
Matty replied: ‘Oh. So he died from heroin?’ and Jordan confirmed: ‘I think so. I know he died of an overdose and I know he did heroin so I just put two and two together.’
He then apathetically added: ‘I didn’t go to the funeral. I don’t even think he had one.’
Trish pushed: ‘How do you feel about that?’ to which Jordan composedly replied: ‘I was 16. But that was a long time ago, I’m now 26. 10 years ago. But anyway that’s enough about me.’
Trish asked: ‘Do we make you feel safe enough to talk?’ and Jordan answered: ‘Yeah, that’s why I love talking to you.’
He then smiled and jokingly added: ‘In doses,’ causing the trio to break into laughter.
Big Brother continues at 9pm on Monday on ITV2 and ITVX
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