Wednesday, May 30, 2007 11:49:54 AM
That's absolutely terrible, that would never happen in the US Big Brother! They were told about 9/11 (although they didn`t really grasp the magnitude) and one of the contestant`s aunt died in 9/11 and they told her about that too. I think they`ve told people when family members have had babies too.
Wednesday, May 30, 2007 11:27:31 AM
Hmm...the money(which she might not even get) or being there to say goodbye to your father as he was laid to rest? Must have been a tricky decision for them. [Sarcasm] Poor girl
Saturday, May 26, 2007 10:06:39 PM
As someone who was not told about her father's death until a few weeks later (we were estranged like the girl and her father here, too), I say sod the father`s "dying wish" and tell the poor girl. Reality TV can never take priority. It should be her choice to continue with it or bail out.
Saturday, May 26, 2007 8:46:49 PM
"As someone who spent 2 weeks homeless and even resorted to selling my furniture to pay for my fiance's medical bills and make sure she was ok and look after her, I find it fairly insulting when people are too "proud" to do some things for money, when those things are so pitifully minute.
Flipping burgers, eating a spider on fear factor, or appearing on big brother. If you ever need to do it, do it. If you`re too proud then believe me, you have nothing to be proud about. "
There`s a difference between WANTING lots of money and NEEDING the money. There is stuff I wouldn`t do just for a fortune because I know it won`t make me happy. And there are some things I wouldn`t do if I only wanted the money but might do if I needed the money. It`s not about being too proud for something for money, but about what you value more than money. There`s nothing wrong with NOT putting money on the top of your list.