Before the start of their majorette performance, the concerned BB5 winner confided in Makosi that Michelle may have been granted use of the twist that resulted in her nomination in their original series, which requires the person in question to select another housemate for the public vote by kissing them on the cheek.
Stunned, Makosi replied: "I swear on my living God I dreamt of this thing saying to me I have to kiss someone and that person will be up for nomination and then you come in and talk about this. That's gonna happen, there’s gonna be a Judas."
Nadia then revealed that Michelle had indeed planted a somewhat uncomfortable kiss on her cheek upon her entrance into the main house two days ago.
"It felt so not the right moment. Am I being, like, really paranoid?" the Portuguese housemate asked. "I don't think she'd ever do that to me.
"I didn't even think about that 'Judas Kiss' but when she gave it to me, I felt it and [the idea] came to me immediately. I don't really mind, but from her I would find that really evil. If anything we support each other."
She continued: "Maybe she did that as a task, but she could have done it to someone else. I'm really freaking out."
Despite assuring Nadia that she had every right to be paranoid, Makosi tried to paint her coincidental dream as a projection of Nadia's fears onto her subconscious rather than a premonition of Michelle's betrayal.
Insisting that she had in the past been able to reflect the thoughts and emotions of her loved ones, Makosi added: "That is why I don't like getting too close to people, 'cause when they get distressed, I feel it too."
Nadia is one of six housemates nominated for eviction this week, but Big Brother has not revealed to the public the existence of a 'Judas Kiss'.