Corin became worried after her message from home came in the form of an audio recording of her mum, accompanied by a photo of her – as opposed to a video message like the ones her fellow housemates received.
"It could be that your mum is just nervous to do it," Mario reassured her – but it wasn’t enough to dispel her doubts. "I wanted to see her face smiling, it's made me think," she replied.
Later on, while Corin was talking about her worries in the diary room, Steve expressed his concern about her reaction to the message. "If they don't tell her [why her mum didn't record a message] she'll go. I think she'll go," he told Mario. "Her mum's her everything, her mum's her rock," he added.
However, later on, the Mancunian emerged from the diary room and announced to the group that Big Brother had put her mind at ease.
"I'm alright now. Everything's fine. I can't say what they said and things, but like – what a tw*t, I shouldn't have even worried," she said.
"I would've gone tomorrow if I hadn't found out what happened. I couldn't breathe," she told Steve later on. "I'd have followed you out," he replied.