IT'S A boys' club in the Big Brother house, and that's not a bad thing according to the latest evictee Jasmin.
The 24-year-old flight attendant was booted off the reality TV show last night after receiving just six percent of the public vote.
She mentioned the boys' club to host Sonia Kruger, and told APN today that she preferred hanging out with the guys in the house.
"They all just get along really well; they don't like the drama," she said.
"They're such a nice bunch of not just good looking guys but they also have beautiful personalities.
"I preferred to hang out with the boys club; it was just easy. I was the only beer-drinking female in the house, so when it came to splitting drinks I was the only one with the boys."
But she reckons nice guys like Ed and Caleb won't be safe from nominations for long.
"They've been avoiding controversy, while the girls are stepping right into it and that makes the females easy targets," she said.
"But as the game goes on, people will realise the nice guys will have to start voting for strategy.
"To get through the game they're going to have to nominate people they don't necessarily want to leave the house."
Jasmin dismissed her kiss with Tim as just a "party pash" but reckons the brewing romance between Jade and Ed will cause controversy in the house.
She reckons Jade has much stronger feelings for Ed, who has said he's not looking for a relationship while he's on the show.
"What do you do when you've already told someone you're not interested and they keep pursuing it? It got really awkward in the house," she said.
"We didn't want to bring it up because we didn't want to humiliate her, but it is a discussion in the house. Of course anyone would have feelings for him, but I think you've got to take yourself out of the situation.
"I hope she doesn't get hurt. I hope she does realise what is going on, and where she is. But then again, I suppose you can't choose your feelings."
Nominations take place tonight with Heidi given this week's superpower by the out-going Jasmin.
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