Another argument was sparked in the Celebrity Big Brother 2013 last night after Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt’s failure in a task caused Claire Richards to miss out on a letter from home.
Yesterday, each of the housemates had the opportunity to complete a ‘dilemma’ to win a message from home for someone else. However, any letters that weren’t won would be destroyed.
For her dilemma, Tricia was asked to order the housemates from ‘high priority’ to ‘low priority’ on a board in the Diary Room. Only once she had done this did Big Brother explain that she’d prioritised the order of destruction. The other challenges were as follows:
- Razor had to wear a horse costume
- Frankie had to wear a jockey costume and ride his horse, Razor, at all times
- Ryan had to sacrifice his real name and assume his ‘Toadie’ moniker. He then had to sit on a lily pad throughout the task while wearing a toad costume
- Claire had to climb the stairs whenever she heard Steps fans screaming
- Rylan had to shave off 50% of his facial hair
But while they all passed, Heidi and Spencer failed to adhere to their dilemma – a restraining order banning them from being in the same room as each other until further notice.
This meant that only one housemate would not recieve their letter – and, as Tricia had chosen her as the highest priority, it was Claire that missed out.
Rylan was quick to scold the pair for their attitude. “F***ing terrible. Don’t clap, that’s rude,” he fumed. “All she wanted was a letter from her kids. You’ve not done it, just get over it.”
“I didn’t pick the order actually. I can clap if I want,” Spencer responded.
“That’s not the point,” insisted Rylan, as Spencer retreated to the bedroom with his wife. But as Claire broke down, Rylan piped up further.
“It’s disgraceful. Coming from a grown 29-year-old man, clapping in the face of a crying woman,” he shouted. “I might be gay but I was raised as a gentleman and that is f***ing rude.”
Meanwhile, Razor accused Big Brother of ‘ruining the show’. “When the game gets personal and against children, it’s not a game,” he commented. “Big Brother should realise, you’re breaking children’s hearts on the outside as well.”
“If Claire’s not having a letter I don’t want my letter,” stated Frankie, with the other housemates agreeing as they rallied round Claire.
Rylan continued his rant as he and Razor went outside for a cigarette. “That was disgusting. Not even the fact that Claire didn’t get her letter, we knew that because they didn’t do the task, the fact that they’ve just clapped in their face is disgusting,” he seethed.
“Sitting on the bed, f***ing laughing. F*** off, nobody wants you here. That isn’t human nature. That’s disgusting.”
Later on, Big Brother delivered the letters from home for the housemates to read aloud – and when Speidi were asked to choose someone to recite theirs, they were given the cold shoulder.
“I’d rather burn your f***ing letter,” Rylan sniped. Tricia also refused when the American reality TV stars when Spencer asked, saying: “I can’t do it.”
The group proceeded to turn down their messages as Big Brother prompted for them to be read out. “I’m not letting my team down,” said Frankie, with Ryan commenting: “I may be feeling sick but I’m not sick enough to do that to somebody else, so no thank you.”
After turning down one final call from Big Brother, Razor returned the messages to the hatch.