Big Brother’s Trish has found herself in the centre of more drama, with fans claiming she’s intentionally being made a villain (Picture: ITV)
Big Brother fans have been left furious as Trish Balusa was ‘painted to be the villain’ as she accidentally started yet another argument in the house.
Tempers have been running in high in recent days, after Trish and Noky Simbani were forced to nominate three housemates for eviction as part of a task.
It led to Dylan Tennant and Trish having an almighty screaming row – and Dylan, Nocky, Trish and Paul Blackburn being nominated for Friday’s shock double eviction.
A split is more evident in the house than ever, and on Thursday Trish made a new enemy in Tom Bryant, after she accidentally forced him to dress up as a sheep and live in a pen in the garden.
All Trish did was push a button in the living room, which came with the chance of punishment or reward – Jenkin had to become the house maid, while Henry and Jordan went for a nice meal.
Trish was told she was getting a prize for the house…but first had to answer which of the housemates she believed was the most easily led.
She said Tom can ‘easily change, especially when he’s around Paul. I get two different personalities depending on the proximity to how he is around him.’
Trish has already been in a bust-up with Dylan as she defended Noky (Picture: ITV)
Big Brother then announced that Tom would become the ‘little lost sheep’ of the house – and was made to dress up in a costume and be locked in a pen in the garden.
Tom, naturally, wasn’t happy, and gave Trish the finger, declared he ‘hates’ her and began an almighty round of back-talking in the garden, declaring Trish ‘will be going on Friday’ in the evictions.
Trish was left looking upset on the sofa, and later went out to offer Tom a coat as a peace offering – which he refused.
Fans leapt to Trish’s defence online, accusing Big Brother of intentionally making her a villain, with one asking ‘what is Big Brother’s obsession with tryna make Trish do awful things and look bad?’
‘Big Brother is really trying to villanize Trish by giving her hard decisions and posing it as “honesty” they really are thriving on her having enemies in the house,’ another agreed.
Tom admitted ‘b******g’ about Trish after she named him as the most easily-led (Picture: ITV/Shutterstock)
‘The way Trish’s prize was another housemates punishment is so fucking weird and seems like another way to make Trish out to be a villain for something out of her control,’ another penned.
And as one put it: ‘Big Brother loves setting up Trish.’
Despite what people are insisting are Big Brother’s best efforts to make Trish a villain, the star turned the other cheek and spoke to Tom in the garden, offering him a coat as it began to get cold.
He refused the coat but asked for clarity on why she chose him as the most easily-led, with Trish explaining: ‘I think your personality changes … like little kids on the playground, one is boisterous and the other one becomes boisterous.’
‘You’re a lot more ruthless when you’re with Paul,’ she said, and admitted she ‘hated that I was asked that question’ by Big Brother.
Tom argued that his personality might change when he’s around different people but he had ‘a laugh’ with people in different ways.
He admitted he was ‘b******g’ about Trish after she accidentally made him a sheep, but added: ‘Thank you for coming and clarifying. I was salty until now.’
Trish is up for eviction on Friday, along with Paul, Dylan and Noky (Picture: Shutterstock for Big Brother)
Things will come to a head on Friday’s episode, where two of the four nominated housemates will be evicted – and there’s guaranteed to be more drama to come.
On Big Brother Late and Live, the show cut to a livestream of the house – where there was an absolutely massive row taking place.
Although just a few seconds long, Trish could be heard shouting at someone: ‘You’re a bully, you’re a bully!’
We already can’t wait for Friday.
Big Brother returns Friday at 9pm on ITV.
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