It was newcomer Garth who managed to break the ice and win the right to nominate three of his fellow housemates – ultimately choosing Kieran, Allan and Angela.
Unfortunately for the “cut-throat” corporate salesman, his strategic nature didn’t go unnoticed by fellow housemates. They believed he posed a great threat, which led to his elimination.
Now, Allan reveals why he didn’t believe his eviction was real and why everyone is the house isn’t quite as they seem.
Allan, you were the second housemate eliminated. You didn’t seem too happy - how were you feeling?
How surprised were you to hear your name voted out almost unanimously?
How did the four new housemates change the dynamic?
Had they not had come that day, Kieran was crumbling…running around the house trying to get votes.
You can see how I'm so unaware of what's even going on in the house, then Garth he just wants me out and he wants me out, not because of my personality and who I am but because I am a threat.
How many of the housemates are playing the game?
Everyone! Honestly, everyone. I wasn't myself at all in front of those people. The only time where you saw the real Allan was when I was in the diary room. Everything you see me doing in the house, planting seeds, throwing people under the bus, it’s me to an extent but it’s me playing the game.
Who do you think are the biggest threats in the house?
Mat and Daniel. Mat is very under the radar, but a huge threat. And then Daniel has all these minions doing all his stuff. He's a big thinker.
Big Brother continues Wednesday 7.30pm on Channel Seven
This story was originally published on our sister site New Idea.