Big Brother fans reckon they spotted the exact moment Olivia Young and Jenkin Edwards decided they were done with their drama with Trish Balusa.
Fans have seem them target Trish over the past few weeks, especially after their close friend Paul Blackburn was evicted last Friday. However they appear to have softened when it comes to fan-favourite Trish, who they face in this week's eviction, alongside Noky Simbani and Chanelle Bowen.
After Thursday night's (November 9) episode, though, fans reckon they found the exact moment Olivia and Jenkin decided they were over the drama. However, it was clear Chanelle was not.
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The group was having a conversation outside about Chanelle's recent rule-break, in which she suggested she would nominate people who had got her friend nominated or evicted. When the rule-break was revealed, Trish naturally assumed Chanelle was talking about her.
Chanelle said: "I feel like, this whole scenario of immunity, Trish seems to think that I have insinuated it was all about her, but it could’ve been about anyone. And then today, literally can’t be in the same room as me, point blank ignores me. Now if that’s not making someone feel uncomfortable, what is?"
Jenkin wasn't having it as he replied: "There’s two sides to the coin, Chan. If she feels like she needs to have a conversation with you, you’re here for it as well."
Joining in, Olivia added: "But she doesn't want to have that conversation." So Jenkin finished: "Then we need to move on from that, then."
Fans reckon the duo are now completely over the seemingly one-sided argument. One said the two of them "rolled their eyes" when Chanelle brought Trish up yet again.
Another said: "They clearly have realised they've aligned themselves with the wrong people and are trying to save face. Olivia seems to have had a genuine change of heart about Trish… not sure about Jenkin."
A third wrote: "I think Olivia is starting to see how this is all getting blown out of proportion regarding Trish. And if you can't get Jenkin to participate in a bitch fest then you've absolutely taken it too far."
Someone else speculated: "Olivia definitely sees the rest of the group for what they are now, and Jenkin just doesn't want to go home." And another added: "I hope so. Good for them. I wish they'd behaved better earlier, but I have to respect them trying to be better now."
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For Olivia, it seems her recent change of heart may be enough to save her from the upcoming eviction. Chanelle is the bookies favourite to get the boot.
However as it was confirmed to be a double eviction for the second week running, fans are concerned their favourites might also get the chop. According to bookmakers, Jenkin is the second most likely to be evicted.
Trish, a controversial figure and causing a massive divide among viewers, is third. Meanwhile, Olivia is fourth most likely to be evicted, while Noky is the least likely.
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