Andrew Brady has told his fellow housemates why he signed up for Celebrity Big Brother.
And he was very honest with the group, as they compete to save themselves from eviction in a new twist.
"You need to be selfish in this," he said in last night's show.
Andrew explained: "I am in here to boost a career in an arena, and I'm one of the few who will admit that, i am in here to try and boost a career by which I feel I can succeed at."
Andrew's fellow housemates reckon that he is playing a game.
Jess Impiazzi told Big Brother in the Diary Room: "When he first come in and he said to everyone that he fancied Malika and he tried it on with Malika and she shut him down.
"Well anyway, he's up for nomination, and then today he really didn't want to go and then he was like we should get to know each other more.
"Number one, I'm not a second option in anyone's cos I'm just not, okay, deal with it.
"Also you're up for eviction. I just felt he's trying to play a bit tactical and I've not felt like that with anyone in here yet."
Jess concluded: "It kinda gave me a bit of a bitter taste in my mouth."
Elsewhere in last night's show, housemates woke up to find that the house had been transformed.
"Welcome to Big Brother's driving school," Big Brother announced to the group , "For the next two days Big Brother will be testing which housemates are the best drivers."
The housemates were coupled up and told that, in a twist, the winning team would win the power to save one of the nominated housemates from eviction. They'll then have to put another housemate up for the axe in their place.
The housemates currently up for the public vote ahead of the twist are John Barnes, Ann Widdecombe, Daniel O’Reilly, Rachel Johnson and Andrew Brady.
The results of the task will air in tonight's episode.
The double eviction airs on Friday night from 9PM on Channel 5 with host Emma Willis.