A screenshot of Big Brother housemates Ed and Jade getting cozy.
A screenshot of Big Brother housemates Ed and Jade getting cozy. Contributed by Channel 9/WIN

Heartbreak in Big Brother house?

ONE of the Big Brother housemates might be headed for heartbreak, says the latest evictee Jasmin Bell.

The 24-year-old flight attendant was booted off the reality TV show on Monday night after receiving just 6% of the public vote.

Host Sonia Kruger showed Jasmin footage of fellow housemate Jade Pietrantonio's tearful reaction to her seemingly innocent kiss, on a dare, with Ed Lower.

"The girls had said yes she was bit put out, but I didn't realise she was that upset," she said. 

Big Brother 2013 evictee Jasmin outside the house. Inset is Jade, of Ballina, in bed with Ed in the house.
Big Brother 2013 evictee Jasmin outside the house. Inset is Jade, of Ballina, in bed with Ed in the house. Paul Broben

"He (Ed) has spoken to her about it and spoken to me about what he said to her.

"He's having fun in the house and not looking for a relationship. He has been really honest with her."

But Bell reckons Jade, who is from Ballina, has stronger feelings for Ed and that the romance will be a source of controversy.

"What do you do when you've already told someone you're not interested and they keep pursuing it? It got really awkward in the house," she said.

"We didn't want to bring it up because we didn't want to humiliate her, but it is a discussion in the house.

:Of course anyone would have feelings for him, but I think you've got to take yourself out of the situation.

"I hope she doesn't get hurt. I hope she does realise what is going on, and where she is. But then again, I suppose you can't choose your feelings."

Bell said she'll miss the housemates, particularly the guys who have formed a bit of a "boys' club".

"They all just get along really well; they don't like the drama," she said.

"They're such a nice bunch of not-just-good-looking guys but they also have beautiful personalities.

"I preferred to hang out with the boys' club; it was just easy. I was the only beer-drinking female in the house, so when it came to splitting drinks I was the only one with the boys."



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