Big Brother 2013: Dexter Koh not worried about being booed by 'peasants in the crowd'

DEXTER KOH

Big Brother 2013 nominee Dexter Koh isn't worried about being booed if he leaves this Friday.

Monday evening saw the latest Big Brother 2013 nomination results announced to the house, as Dexter, Gina Rio and Jemima Slade were all put up for the axe.

Dexter received a whopping ten nominations out of a possible twelve, while Gina had eight and Jemima received five votes, with all three now facing the chop.

Dexter, who claims to have slept with over 2,000 girls including one "big British name", has already said he's not worried abut leaving.

"I'm just hopeful people have see the side of me that they like but I'm not going to start dancing and singing to get votes," he said this week. "If people want to keep me in, they want to keep me in."

Dex added: "It's just a game, it's a couple of weeks out of my life and in the grand scheme of things, is it actually going to matter?"

And Dexter claimed he would be fine with being booed by the live audience if he is chucked out on Friday.

The self-proclaimed ex sugar daddy however insisted: "I'm not worried about what what a couple of peasants in the crowd think of me."

Tonight's show at 10PM on Channel 5 will see one of the nominated housemates saved as Emma Willis speaks live to the house.

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