If Amy does decide she likes you - maybe she was too nervous in the house - would you like to take her on a date?
"I have no idea. I don't know! If I had to decide there and then... I don't know. I have no idea what I'd do."
Amy said she wants to take you to Sugar Hut.
"Sugar Hut? Hell no. The past few weeks I've heard so much about Sugar Hut, it's unbelievable. And you know what? I despise the place already. No offence to anyone that goes to Sugar Hut!"
Were you surprised that people started to suggest you're a bit of a womaniser?
"So surprised. I'm a bit of a dork, as you probably found out. I've got two brothers. I'm the middle child - middle child syndrome and all that, I get bullied. So when people say, 'You're a womaniser'... I've got a big brother and a little brother that pull a hell of a lot of girls. I'm in between and I'm trying to do what I'm doing. So I don't know. It's crazy when I think about things like that because my brothers just take the p*ss out of me."
What are your feelings for Kerry?
"My feelings for Kerry? Wow. You'll find out."
Do you think she's too old for you?
"She said that. She said she was too old for me. But I kind of just... She's a beautiful woman and she's got an amazing personality."
Did you fancy her?
"She's Kerry Katona! She's gorgeous and I felt like I got to know a lot about her."
But did you fancy her?
"I told you - I got to find out a hell of a lot about her. And I liked what I found out."
What was it about her that you liked - even just as a friend?
"Just the sort of person she is really. I'm not going to lie, she's had an amazing history and she's an amazing person and she's taught me a hell of a lot about myself and I've learnt a hell of a lot about her and I think she's an inspiration to anyone, really. You can overcome any obstacle. Nah, she's a cool girl. She's funny as well."
Did you get the impression that Kerry liked you as more than a friend?
"Me and Kerry, we've got a lot of love for each other. A hell of a lot of love for each other... We're cool. It's on a level. She's someone that's ambitious, she's come through a lot, she's an amazing person as well. She's truly, truly, truly one of the most amazing people I've met in my life."
Would you like to see Kerry now that you're both free?
"I'd love to see Kerry, I'm not going to lie, but we'll see what happens. When I came into Big Brother I didn't realise what was going to come out of it, and just sat here in front of you guys now is a massive thing for me. I'm being deadly serious - it's scary as hell. I'm not used to this. I'm an actor, 19 years old from Burnley, and my passion is my acting. And to be sat in front of you guys being asked questions about what I've done in the past three weeks is incredible for me as a person. And what I've done in the past three weeks you know more than me, because it's just a blur. It's just an amazing time I've had and I hope I keep in contact with everyone, never mind Kerry. I hope I keep in contact with everyone."
What did you make of Darryn's abs?
"I didn't have a feel of them, but I did have a very, very good inspection of them when they first came out, like, 'Where the hell did they come from?' I didn't touch them. I was flabbergasted. He's got an amazing physique."
Would you consider getting that done when you get older?
"I'm more of a Paddy man. But to anyone that does do that or wants to do that, it's like a boob job for guys - that's how I saw it. And if it's genuinely going to make you feel better about yourself, do it. But really, natural's cool as well. I'm not taking anything away from him but you know what I mean."
What are you going to do next?
"I've been writing a lot of stuff recently and I've got one project that I really want to push. There are a couple of films and then a comedy as well that are kind of in the process. But I need to get backing for a film really and that's what I'm working on. One of the things that this house has made me do, especially the people that are in there, is that I've been passionate about what I do but this has made me so much more passionate and given me the drive to do what I want to do. I'm not just saying that - I really, really do want to be the best person I can be."
Do you think being on Big Brother will help?
"Completely, in the sense that I've learnt that being myself is just the most important thing in the world. I'm 19 years old - I'm talking to people that are 25, 30, 41, whatever they are. They know who they are. I'm still trying to find my feet so I'm taking little bits from everyone. Being in the house with people for three weeks, you can only be a sponge and learn from the opportunities."