The two were sat in the garden towards the end of their 'bromantic' evening when Victor announced that he was rooting for his fellow BB villain and planned to talk him up should he be evicted first.
"You should be in the final two with Brian as far as I'm concerned," he continued. "[Nikki] hasn’t been the Nikki that got her here, a lot of people have been subdued. Other than that, who else is there? That's it."
The 'slick man' then commented on his own chances of success in tomorrow's final: "I'm not gonna bad mouth anybody but if I finish behind Chantelle and Ulrika I’ll be like, ‘Hold on a second.’ I feel like I’ve been more bang for my buck.
"I haven’t had the benefit of having a ready-made story. The only person who's got a ready-made story here is Chantelle and I don’t think that's fair," he said, referring to her attempts to win back ex-husband Preston during her time in the house.
"As much as I like them, I don’t think it's fair, but I'm not the one that decides. And if I'm being perfectly honest, I'd like them to get back together as well, 'cause she really fucking loves the guy."
After prompting Nick for his own thoughts on the finale - to which the BB1 veteran responded that it was "too close to call" - Victor spoke out against the producers' perceived favouritism towards some of their fellow housemates.
He said: "Anyone who [wins] has earned it, especially you, since you had no story, you've had no special tasks, you haven’t had the limelight that certain people have had. Certain people have had proper spotlight, just - 'Bam,' them alone.
"Fuck it, I'm not gonna complain. Everyone should have their own time in the limelight."
Resigning himself to the probability that he had once again been edited as the villain, Victor stated: "I bet no-one's more surprised than them (the producers) that the two of us have made it this far. It doesn't sit with the lineup of the magic seven - neither of us two - but we’re there. Let's enjoy it."