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SOUTH Africa's Liz has been stung by the love bug.
At the beginning of M-Net's Big Brother show Liz went on and on about her boyfriend and that she would "never" kiss or share a bed with any man in the house. "I will never have a one-night stand," she told Nigeria's Kevin.
She said even though she had liked Uganda's Phil, since evicted, she knew when to stop.
But she was quick to jump into Hannington's arms after he and Mzamo stopped spending time together.
She now spends a lot of time in Hannington's bed.
Hannington just loves her massages and Liz has even extended an invitation for him to join her in the shower!
Ethiopia's Yacob and Namibian Edward have discussed the new development and Yacob believes Liz was not being truthful when she told everyone she had a boyfriend.
Yacob thinks that Liz is really afraid of what her family will think and he is surprised at the way she has been carrying on.
Viewers may see another housemate leave the house voluntarily - following the plea from Mozambique's Jennifer to go home two weeks ago.
Nkenna of Nigeria told her housemates that she was tired of all the scheming that goes on.
But will "Biggie", as Big Brother is known, let her leave the house?
Meanwhile, this week's eviction will see two contestants leaving. Ethiopia's Yacob and Uganda's Hannington come up against Tanzania's Elizabeth and Nigeria's Kevin.
Initially South Africa's Quinn and Kristal of Zimbabwe were nominated but Itai - as head of house - replaced them with Yacob and Hannington.