Describing it to Sunshine, Ben and David this afternoon, Shabby confirmed that the promise still stands between the two.
"I might stay one more day 'cause I know she'd pick me for the treat," she said. "All you need is a tall person, bit of a lift-up."
However, David argued: "I think it'll be a big shame if you do that, I think you've got a good support outside - I think you could go far... I think people will warm to you."
The group then discussed how the public are likely to be split between Shabby and Caoimhe as a pair and Sunshine. Afterwards, David joked that regardless of Friday's result, Sunshine, Shabby and himself will be up for eviction again next week if they stay.
However, after Shabby left, Sunshine complained that Shabby and Caoimhe are trying to get her evicted by making a pact that could emotionally blackmail viewers.
Ben consoled her: "I think it's one-sided. I think Shabby's more likely to do it than Caoimhe 'cause she's more kamikaze."
"The only way you're going is if the public like what's going on with those two but I don't think the public are liking what's going on with their relationship - it's weird," David added.
Sunshine later looked at the Big Brother rules to see if Caoimhe and Shabby were allowed to make their pact, however Ben reminded her that Big Brother could not keep one of them here against their wishes.
"I'm not against them having this pact if they're best friends but why are they publicising it?" he said. "So why are they trying to tell everyone about it? To scare the viewers into voting for [Sunshine]."
"I think if they walked out because their friend left it would be a shame and they would come to regret it," added Sunshine.