As the BB1 veteran discussed tomorrow's eviction with Preston and Victor, the Ordinary Boys frontman predicted that the public would want to see Nick do well in the competition as some form of "poetic justice".
"They want to move the story towards an ending," the 'I Luv U' singer explained. "It's just closure on a ten-year storyline and I think that makes it hilarious."
Brushing off Nick's fears that the audience could still be bitter over his treacherous actions a decade ago, Victor stated: "If I was voting I'd vote based on what I was seeing over the last two, three weeks... see how the characters and people have moved on. I think you've done yourself justice mate."
"Yeah, I really want you to win," Preston agreed.
Nick is currently expected to survive this week's eviction over bookies' favourites Vanessa and Michelle, but he remains the 66/1 longshot to take the Ultimate Big Brother title.