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A NEW life of fame, parties, boys and girls awaits the three housemates evicted from the Big Brother House this week.
Namibians Rene and Erastus and Paloma of Zambia were evicted from the house on Sunday.
Though disappointed at being evicted, they said they were looking forward to going home.
"I am happy. I like the attention I am getting from people, the media and the girls. It is something I have dreamt of since I was a child," Erastus said.
Rene said: "It's going to be fame, fame, fame and parties, parties, parties ... and boys."
Paloma said she was looking forward to the simple pleasures of life.
"I missed my family, my job and sleeping in my own bed," she said.
She was disappointed that there was no one left in the house to represent Zambia.
Rene said trying to get along with everyone in the house had backfired.
She said she had been "too eager" on her last night in the house to throw a Molotov cocktail at Geraldine because she was "too soft-spoken and doe-eyed".
Rene said being night guard would help Geraldine "get out her shell".
Paloma said cleaning the toilet with a toothbrush and keeping the rest of the house tidy would teach Yacob a lesson because "he didn't do much".
But the three booted housemates, refused to divulge details about intimate relationships in the house.
"The viewers would know better," Rene said.
"I loved looking at Jeremy. He's still pretty to look at but he's not my type."
Erastus said he preferred ogling at the girls from a distance.