Julie Goodyear, Martin Kemp and Prince Lorenzo Borghese face eviction from the Big Brother compound tonight (September 5).
The three nominees in turn went to the Diary Room yesterday to say whether they would do anything differently.
Julie stated that she felt she had learnt a lot about herself since entering the house.
"If I said that I would do anything different then surely I wouldn't be being true to myself," she said. "I'm a giver not a taker, but if you add to that I'm a survivor as well then that's a combination.
"I know that people watching me will see me as Bet Lynch, Queen of the Rovers for 25 years; in here I'm just nana, not even Julie, and that's fine, Bro. I've learnt a lot, and it's good."
Prince Lorenzo said that he would be pleased with his overall time in the house if he were to leave tonight.
"I've been as real as I can be 99% of the time. If I leave tomorrow then I had everything I wanted and more, and I'm fine with that," he insisted.
Finally, Martin also stated that he had shown viewers his true self, saying: "I did it how I wanted to do it. I came in and I've been the person that I am at home.
"The person you've seen me as in here is the person my kids see me as, and that's dad."
Prince Lorenzo and Julie are heavily tipped by bookmakers to be evicted in tonight's double elimination.