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'Big Brother': Kimberly And Steven Argue, Reducing Former Nude Model To Tears Ahead Of Eviction (VIDEO)

18/07/2014 11:13 BST | Updated 18/07/2014 15:59 BST

There may be trouble in paradise for ‘Big Brother’ housemates Kimberly and Steven, who last night had a dramatic row that reduced the former Playboy model to tears in Thursday night’s highlights show.

It all started when new housemate Pav suggested during a group discussion that Kimberly was the ‘least sincere’ resident of the ‘BB’ house, due to the fact she’d started a relationship with Steven in the house, despite still having feelings for her on-off boyfriend in the outside world.

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'BB' housemate Pav says Kimberly is the least sincere

She later tried to talk about the situation with Steven, but became frustrated when he repeatedly interrupted and spoke over her, telling her he’s worried that people on the outside world will think their relationship is a ‘showmance’.

Us? Would we think that? As if we’d be so cynical…

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Kimberly explains her relationship with her on-off boyfriend

Steven was just getting started, though, and began a lengthy speech about how he was worried they were being perceived because of their relationship, and as Kimberly grew more and more upset he said that her reaction was making him look bad, and could even lead the public to vote him out in Friday’s eviction.

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He explained: “And yet another tiff is going to go on national television, and once again it was me trying to be f***ing happy and talk to everyone else… to be made to look like a t**t. Seal my fate. End of story.”

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Steven rants at length

What Steven doesn’t know is that the public don’t actually have any say in whether or not he leaves this week, as in fact it’s the three newbies - Biannca, Pav and Zoe - who will decide which contestant will face eviction.

The public, meanwhile, are voting to choose which two of the new faces will remain in the house, with the least popular being booted out during Friday’s live show.

Tune in to ‘Big Brother’ on Friday, 18 July at 9pm on Channel 5 to see who leaves.

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