As the ex-mole joined Corin for an early morning smoke, she said that she felt as though she was being prematurely ejected.
"I think 11 weeks is right this series 'cos its gone back to its original roots," Mario argued. "Sometimes I felt that previous Big Brothers stayed a little too long."
"I think it's just that scaredy feeling," Corin explained. "Feels like I'm about to go on a date or something."
"It's weird, when you come in this house you think, 'I will have to leave this house at some point' and you even put that day to the back of your mind," Mario said. "But now this is it, you know. Tomorrow morning half of us won't be here."
After they discussed what songs they would like to be playing on their respective evictions, Mario added: "I think it's fitting that we’ve both tried for so long to get into this and we get in on the last one. It's poetry."
Corin predicted that Mario would easily survive tonight's eviction and added that if she too could somehow make it to the final, it would be "the icing on the cake".
Later, while getting ready in the bedroom, Corin struck up a similar conversation with Josie.
"I'll feel alright only once I've bathed, done my hair. But tonight I won't be that bad 'cos I won't be nervous," she said.
"I hope my mum will be here. Nathan said he'd seen her, so I'm excited that I know that she's only there," she continued, pointing at the bedroom wall.
"I'll be annoyed if John's mum has come all the way from Australia. I'll be like, 'You could have tried, you could have got a taxi, mum!'"