Thursday, November 11, 2004

Big Brother Croatia Update: Amazing Revelations

Vlatka Kraljić (Vlatka Kraljic), recently evicted housemate, has given couple of interviews in which she had explained why she had paid great attention not to appear in front of camera (and also pointed towards Valentina as her personal favourite). She says that she kept her clothes on out of concern for her parents. This concern apparently disappeared while she was giving interview for Globus. She made couple of photos that could be described as nothing short of provocative.

In the meantime, reporters of Večernji list (Vecernji list) have made a short survey of Big Brother Croatia disciplinary offences. It appears that Valentina was least disciplined of all housemates – her offences started at the very beginning with the smuggling of watch and continued with turning off microphones and discussing nominations. However, Kristijan Gržetić (Kristijan Grzetic), official spokesman of Big Brother Croatia, claims that so far none of the housemates deserved eviction and that their past transgressions have been dealt with and that they won't play any part in any future deliberations about eventual disciplinary actions.

Judging by the statements in Confessions Room, only two housemates – Ana and Marina – still have hopes of successful completion of weekly task. In Marina's case optimism is justified with her relatively small size which allows her to manoeuvre through ropes with ease, while Ana benefits from her athletic past.

All this is of little concern to Dražen Lalić (Drazen Lalic), renowned Croatian sociologist who commented Big Brother phenomenon in an interview given to Saša Jadrijević-Tomas (Sasa Jadrijevic-Tomas) in today's Slobodna Dalmacija. He said that not only he didn't watch the show because of "mental hygiene", but he also refused to comment the show for RTL Televizija for the same reason.


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