Big Brother viewers work out ‘real reason’ behind Kerry and Farida feud – and it’s nothing to do with the shopping task | The Sun

BIG Brother fans reckon they've worked out the real reason behind Farida and Kerry's cold war in the house.

The cracks have began to show in the ITV house as it was was divided up into a hierarchy.

However, viewers think their feud goes beyond the task as they reckon they are locked in a battle to be the mother of the house.

As part of the Big Bros Ltd task, those at the top received luxury meals whilst the bottom end received basic rations.

Kerry, 40, and Farida, 50, were placed in the "office" as middle managers in order to win the shopping budget.

They soon found themselves in a bitter clash over how to delegate the tasks for the Bottoms.


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Within hours of working together Kerry took a 'toilet break' but she ended up crying in the bedroom, and told Big Brother's Diary Room about Farida: "She doesn't get me."

But fans think their is a hierarchy dynamic battle within the wider house group itself.

One fan wrote: "Kerry and Farida are beefing to be the best house mum. The only possible reason #BBUK."

A second said: "Farida and Kerry battling to be mum #bbuk."

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"If you don’t understand Kerry and Farida being nemesis it’s because you don’t have a gobby mum over the age of 50 #BBUK," commented a third.

And a fourth added: "I think Farida has clocked onto everyone bullying her so now she is going to piss people off by standing up for herself. I think Kerry wants to be the mum figure and will feel threatened if another mum figure comes in."

However, the deadlock will soon be broken as one of the pair are set to leave the house on Friday night for the first eviction of the series.

Presenter Will Best announced on Big Brother: Late & Live that the pair had received the most nominations from their fellow housemates this week.

Olivia also looked stunned, after she won immunity by passing her secret mission earlier in the week and housemates were prohibited from nominating her for eviction.

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