Big Brother sees all, but he doesn’t always share it with viewers.
And evicted housemate Marissa Rancan claims there was a tense confrontation between herself and Daniel Gorringe that never went to air.
Speaking to Daily Mail Australia, the ’80s aerobics icon said the formal AFL player confronted her to set the record straight about rumours in the house.
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Big Brother EXCLUSIVE: Evicted star Marissa Rancan (pictured) has revealed the confrontation with Daniel Gorringe they didn’t air on TV
Marissa’s strategy to become a double agent backfired spectacularly on Monday’s episode, and her argument with Daniel was part of the fallout.
Chad Hurst was venting his frustrations about Marissa to Daniel when he decided to disclose what the 61-year-old had said about the sportsman behind his back.
‘You know what else old mate was saying about you? “What kind of 27-year-old mopes and cries about a video call from his ex-girlfriend,”‘ he said.
Ouch! Chad told Dan that Marissa had made a jibe about his emotional response to being reunited with ex-girlfriend Ana Cannon via a video call in the house
‘Dan came up to me and said, “Did you say this about me?” and I said, “Yes I did, Dan”‘ Marissa said she was confronted by Dan (pictured) over her jibe, but it never aired
This was a reference to how Dan had become emotional earlier in the season when he was briefly reunited with his girlfriend, Ana Cannon.
‘I’m sparked up now,’ Daniel said – but what wasn’t shown on Monday’s episode was him going straight to Marissa for answers.
‘At the end of the day, Dan came up to me and said, “Did you say this about me?” and I said, “Yes I did, Dan,”‘ Marissa said.
She added: ‘People are just saying whatever they want to say to make somebody else upset or to get rid of someone and to stay in the game.’
Gone! When the eviction came between Marissa and Kieran Davidson, Marissa was sent home with a unanimous 5-0 vote
When the eviction came between Marissa and Kieran Davidson, Marissa was sent home with a unanimous 5-0 vote.
There are now only nine housemates left vying for the $250,000 cash prize.
Australia will vote for a winner next month during a live finale when there are only three contestants remaining.
Big Brother Australia continues Tuesday at 7:30pm on Channel 10
Tune in: Big Brother Australia continues on Tuesday from 7:30pm on Seven. Pictured: Host Sonia Kruger
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