Are Tamara and Talia still a team?
Talia and Tamara have not fought or done anything dramatic like that but the two sisters are no longer as close as they were when they first arrived in Downville. The reason for this is no other than Talia’s relationship with Angolan housemate Seydou. Initially, Tamara was openly opposed to this relationship and tried to interfere but was advised by fellow housemates to leave Talia alone as she is old enough to make her own decisions about such matters. Clearly, Tamara has not made peace with this situation. In their diary session, she told Big Brother that Talia is more into Seydou than Seydou is into her. She complained that Seydou was all over her space and she could no longer connect with her sister like before. Tamara argued that this will affect their game moving forward as they no longer spend time together and talk like they used to. In her defence, Talia says there is not much to talk about in the house except talking about others which she (Talia) does not like. She insisted that she has not abandoned her sister and is always there for her when she (Tamara) needs her. Talia said her relationship with Seydou is going well and she loves him and does not care what her sister’s opinion is. What the two agreed on is that their weekend was boring because they had no alcohol.
Talia’s boyfriend Seydou and his partner Esperanca seem to be in a similar position. The two have driven apart from each other and are not really agreeing on much these days. They do not chat as much nor as often as can be expected of country-mates and the question is does Talia have anything to do with this? In their diary session, Seydou said he always went to Esperanca when she was feeling low but she does not do the same for him. Esperanca had nothing to say about this.
Meanwhile, Talia and Seydou are as close as ever and even decided to stay in bed while others did their morning work outs. The two have been punished by Big Brother for not wearing their microphones. This was not surprising as the two like switching off the microphones late at night while they talk.