Are you disappointed that you didn't have a romance in the house, Corin?
Corin: "No, because I was having too much fun to spend time in my bed. They [Josie and John James] wanted to spend time in bed and that's fine, but I went in there to do the tasks and meet people. That's what I wanted to do and that's what I've done. I just wanted to have a laugh."
What went on under the duvet with JJ?
Corin: "Absolutely nothing! I know that I said he was really attractive and even now he's still an attractive guy. But to be in that house, in that bubble together, it was nice to have a cuddle and a bit of affection. It was nice to get hugs in there."
Do you normally enjoy tickling men under the duvet?
Corin: "I was tickling his side! And then it's got turned into this big thing. Nothing went on like that. I wouldn't embarrass myself and my family by doing that. I tickled him and he tickled me back. I'm a tickly kind of girl."
If you could choose between a date with JJ and a date with Nathan, would you choose Nathan again?
Corin: "Definitely. It was really good to see him and I'd been feeling down in the house, so just to see him that day perked me up. He was happy and smiling, it was so lovely to see him. And he made me realise that I needed to keep my chin up for the last couple of days. I wouldn't have changed that for the world."
Were you disappointed to find out that Nathan was dating Rachael?
Corin: "I won't lie. I said he was nice. Nothing would probably have happened outside the house, but I'm happy that he's happy. I'm not going to say I'm gutted that's he's got a girlfriend. I'm sure we'll remain friends and stuff. Nothing went on between us and nothing probably would have."
You struggled to make friends with John James in the house. What didn't you like about him?
Corin: "He was very rude. And I can't understand why he was so rude. In the two and half months in there, I barely had a conversation with him. He was constantly niggling me and I'm not a confrontation person with him. I will stick up for myself and at the end he didn't embarrass me, he just embarrassed himself. I just find him very rude."
Do you think Josie has made a mistake going out with him?
Corin: "Josie is far too good for John James. You don't come across many people like Josie who are fun-loving girls all the time. I've never heard her say one bad thing about anybody. She would always stand up for you and she came up trumps in the last week. She's not got a bad bone in her body. She will stand up herself, she hates rudeness and she hates arrogance. I'm not saying John James is a bad person, but he needs to learn a bit of respect for women."
Steve, if you were single would you have made a move on Keeley?
Were there any girls you liked in the house?
Steve: "Obviously I liked Corin, but not like that. She was like a sister and we had mutual respect from the start. Right from lockdown. I found a shiny coin on the launch night and gave it to Corin. That might have been fate or whatever it was, but we've had a great relationship since then."
Do you think you were a bit too touchy feely with some of the girls?
Steve: "I don't think I was being gropey. People can think what they want. It was a TV show and I was having fun. I've got a wife and children to respect so it obviously wouldn't have gone further than that."
Do you think your wife will have been upset with your relationship with Keeley?
Steve: "I don't think she would have a problem. But if she had a beef, she had a beef. We'll soon sort it out."
Did you never feel like stepping in when John James was ranting in the house?
Steve: "Yeah I did get fed up with it. But on the outside world I'm not the sort of person who will start ranting and raving at people. So, doing that inside the house would not have been my style."
You struggled at times emotionally in the house. Were you surprised at how tough the BB experience was?
Steve: "I tell you what, mate. I really thought it would be a piece of p*ss. I looked at it and thought, 'easy'. And some of it is easy. The getting along with people is simple, doing the tasks, I enjoyed that. Emotionally was the real struggle. Being away from your family for that length of time, I did struggle with that at time. Dave and me helped each other through that. But Big Brother worked it emotionally with the message from my kids. They held it back for a while and they knew which strings to pull. I was devastated and upset, but seeing them gave me the strength to go on."
Corin, will you be going back with your girlfriend or are you swinging back towards men now?
Corin: "I'm not swinging any way. My relationship, I will sort out. I'll talk about it when I get out. I never did anything wrong in the house. I never kissed anybody. Yeah, I shared a bed with somebody and had a cuddle, but I was in there for two months."
What was the main reason you wanted to go on the show, Steve? You didn't seem like a typical housemate.
Steve: "I don't mind talking about that. I work for a charity called the BLESMA (British Limbless Ex Service Men's Association). I mentioned it a few times in the house, but I don't know if it aired. That was exactly why I went in the house, that was why I was pushed to go on by my wife. I wanted to go on and show that injured servicemen do still need the backing of the country. Big massive respect to the guys who give their lives for this country, but there are also plenty of men out there who suffer every single day, doing what I do. Some people can't get up and about. If I've got one person, whether it's a military or a cancer victim, to get up of the sofa and living their life than I'll be happy. Then I'll have achieved my goal."
The Big Brother 11 final airs tonight from 8pm on Channel 4