Big Brother’s latest evictee Matty has revealed how he tried to quit the show after reaching ‘breaking point’ amid his awkward love triangle with Jordan and Henry.
The doctor, 24, who was sent packing on Wednesday ahead of the final, admitted a few other housemates who he branded ‘mean girls’ also led to him wanting to make an early exit.
‘I wanted to quit a good few times when it felt like there was a mean girl group developing at the start and I felt like ‘I’m over this, I’m going to walk”.
‘And I was getting to the breaking point with Jordan and it was just hot and cold every two days and it was just really wearing me down’,’ Matty told The Sun.
Matty and Jordan had been engaged in playful flirting for weeks, before Jordan eventually decided to break things off, aware his close friend Henry had developed feelings for him.
Exit: Big Brother’s evictee Matty, 24, has revealed how he tried to quit the show after reaching ‘breaking point’ amid his awkward love triangle with Jordan and Henry (pictured on Friday)
Saucy: Matty (R) and Jordan (L) had been engaged in playful flirting for weeks, before Jordan decided to break things off, aware that his close friend Henry had developed feelings for him
Matty told to the publication that speaking to the show’s welfare team, who helped support him through his lowest moments, eventually led to him staying in the house.
He went on candidly claim his and Jordan’s ‘hot and cold’ relationship eventually effected his mental health.
‘I did take a toll, because we were friends in the house and hung out in the same friendship group, so we were together sitting in the same group for maybe eight hours a day at least, so to always be on that receiving end, did take a toll on my mood’.
Matty was evicted during Thursday night’s dramatic episode leaving the remaining five in the final.
He was booted just before the last day in the house as Henry, Noky, Jordan, Yinrun and Olivia made it to the end.
He was told how he would be leaving in a brutal twist at the end of his letter from home that was read out by Yinrun leaving the others in shock.
In Friday night’s final one of the last five will win a whopping £100,000 in the highly-anticipated live show.
Voting for Friday night’s live final has now reopened via the Big Brother app, with viewers being asked to vote for the housemate they want to win Big Brother.
On the outside: Matty (R) was spotted catching up with boyfriend Connor (L) on a stroll in London after being separated for weeks
Honest: The doctor who was sent packing on Wednesday ahead of the final, admitted a few other housemates, who he branded ‘mean girls’, also led to him wanting to make an early exit
Candid: He said: ‘I wanted to quit a good few times when it felt like there was a mean girl group developing and I felt like ‘I’m over this, I’m going to walk” (Matty, R pictured with Jordan, L)
Back together: After severing ties with Matty, Jordan (R) and Henry (L) rekindled their close friendship with both in the final
The vote will close during Friday’s night’s show.
Viewers will watch hosts AJ Odudu and Will Best crown the winner of Big Brother 2023, as well as speak to all five finalists in their first live interview since leaving the Big Brother house.
Elsewhere the Big Brother house got emotional on Thursday’s penultimate episode.
The housemates all received their letters from home containing encouraging words from their family and friends – leaving not a dry eye in the house.
Housemates were gathered in the lounge as Big Brother said: ‘Housemates. Before the gates of heaven close for the day, I wanted to give you all the ultimate heavenly gift – your letters from home.’
Reading Noky’s letter to her from her sister, Olivia said: ‘To my best friend, from the second I was born I have looked up to you in every single way – we were meant to be sisters.’
Get me out of here! Matty said speaking to the show’s welfare team, who helped support him through his lowest moments eventually led to him staying in the house
Couple: The pair, who are in an open relationship, were joined by a male friend (C)
Later reading Henry’s letter to him, Jordan said: ‘You have been your positive, funny, authentic self throughout the whole time in the house and people love you for you.’
Then reading Jordan’s letter to him, Henry said: ‘The whole of my office is watching your every move and they know all about your behaviour in the bushes!
‘Everyone loves your humour and thinks you’re a gentleman. I adore Henry – lifelong friends and potential son-in-law.’
Prompting more tears, reading Olivia’s letter from her parents to her, Noky said: ‘Our darling, gorgeous girl Olivia.
‘We are the proudest mum and dad ever. Gran, Po and James are all so proud but we will warn you now, Gran is wanting a word about your swearing!’
Big Brother: Live Final airs Friday night at 9pm on ITV1, ITV2 and ITVX.
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