The celebrities were forced to hit the dancefloor yet again this evening for their latest mini task.
The group was initially suspicious when called to the dining room table, with the events of Wednesday night still fresh in their mind. "I think maybe they'll show our nominations," proposed Preston, while Pete joked: "I interfered with Preston in the night."
Sighs were breathed all round when it was revealed that the housemates were to face a new mini task. "For today's task housemates must express their emotions through the medium of dance," read Michael from a laminate, explaining that they had to pair up and perform a given style of dance, conveying a particular emotion. The more dances and emotions the group guessed, the better their reward would be.
As if having to dance bizarre routines wasn't embarrassing enough, Big Brother also provided the group with tight Lycra suits for the occasion.
"Let's all agree to collectively excise this," urged George before the task began, mindful of how his behaviour may be conveyed in the outside world.
First up were Traci and Dennis. The athlete proved himself most adept at the finest ballet spins, while Traci looked slightly uneasy on her feet as she chased after him with angry expression. The group correctly identified the dance style but failed to identify "jealousy" as the emotion.
Michael and Chantelle were second on the dancefloor. Michael gave an especially energetic performance, stomping around furiously with his legs flapping wildly in the air as a grimacing Chantelle chased him looking angry. Traci correctly named "rage" as the emotion they were conveying and the Irish jig as their given dance style.
Pete and George followed. Their dance saw them wandering around like robots, with George sporting an expression as if he had been possessed. The pair pretended to whistle while looking lost, occasionally holding their heads. The group guessed "robotics" as the dance style but failed to name the emotion, "a slight feeling of bewilderment when a small puppy won't come to you when called".
The final couple was Maggot and Preston, who displayed their best John Travolta moves. The pair kept forgetting their dance, however, scratching their heads before resuming. The group correctly guessed both "confusion" as the emotion and 70s disco as the dance style.
With a score of six out of eight, Big Brother promised that the housemates would be rewarded "accordingly" later this evening.