Big Brother 7 – Bonnie has been released
Bonnie Holt became the first partner to leave the Big Brother House with public voice at a best price of 1/33 on launch day.
Bonnie was actually the third householder in a week to leave the Big Brother house after Shabaz’s decision to walk and Dawns ejection for receiving messages from the outside world. She had the dubious honor to be the first housemate, and was also the first to leave via the traditional public voting method of eviction.
Bonnie was a disappointing housemate and did not offer much in the entertainment scene. She was originally chosen for “chatterbox personality”, but it was not clear at all, as she nearly arrested her seven days. She was not a bad housemate – just a boring one.
Her original audition band promised much in the way of wild times, claiming she was “sexy” and willing to blow it up, but reality was nothing like it. The only airtime she got to the show was when she waited for her bag in the Diary Room and her accent barely understood her speech (“I call Bonn-eh”). She did not bind the majority of homemakers, except Lea Walker and would not really be missed by the rest of the Big Brother homemakers.
Sharp spotters have seen Bonnie was not really fit at home in the house and even after 24 hours a few of her housemates complained that she could not understand a word she said and she got the rest pulled off the group while they all got to know each other. Bonnie was at this stage about 6/1 to be the first housemate facing expulsion.
She drove shortly to almost 9/1 at the betting matches, but by Saturday (two days in the show) it dropped to 5/2. By this time she was seen as a loneliness who left herself from the group, the strange exchange with Lea.
First impressions count on Big Brother and while she did not generate any hate from the other housemates, she became a bit of a non-entity and could not give the rest of the group any reason to hold her.
By the time came Wednesday. She was able to leave at 1/3, with the remaining housewives who do not regard the dignity of the Big Brotherhood Glyn and Dawn worthy of 5/1.
Of course, Dawn was wiped out before the last launch day and on Friday Bonnie became the overall favorite for eviction, while the Welsh sixth head of the head could be chosen.
To be a girl against a boy never helps when it survives in the house and Bonnie is expelled after receiving more than 80% of the public vote.
During her post-exchange interview, Bonnie Nikki typed to win, but Lea will eventually win.