"Aw, who cares about your painting or whatever else because that's just your income, right?" she poked.
Dayne disagreed that the purpose behind her Instagram was to make money, and argued her 360,000-strong following is simply there to "scratch her ego".
"No it's not, it's my income, it's everything I earn, it's where I earn all my money," Jess responded as their fellow housemates appeared uncomfortable by the public confrontation.
"I don't sit here and bag out what you do for work."
Dayne denied he judged Jess for her choice of career, but she insisted his comments "sounded condescending and rude."
"Someone loves her Instagram," Dayne sarcastically said as Jess walked out of the room, prompting the former MAFS star to gun for his eviction.
“That just doesn’t sit well with me,” Ellie Gonsalves said in her interview to camera after the incident. “Sometimes guys can just be… so unaware.”
Following the confrontation, Jess confided in Ellie and Imogen Anthony about her confrontation with Dayne, and the trio decide he has to be the next to leave.
Ellie then hatched a plan to make Dayne, Josh Carroll and Luke Toki turn on each other. However, the boys quickly realised she was up to something. Jess overhears Ellie chatting with them and starts to feel suspicious of Ellie.
In the challenge, Jess won and ultimately put Dayne, Ellie and Thomas Markle Jr up for eviction.
Ellie went into battle mode trying to push the votes onto Dayne. However, Luke was one step ahead of her, orchestrating a blindside.
In a surprise twist, Big Brother announced a double eviction would be taking place, and both Ellie and Dayne were sent packing.
But as they made their way out of the hotel, Big Brother revealed their time on the show isn't over yet.
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