Today Ashleigh, Chris and Winston got to try out their acting chops as they were tasked with impersonating some of their fellow housemates. The results were somewhat mixed so we got our harshest critic to appraise their performances.
After his nuanced performance as the Power Housemate, Chrisís follow up role as Mark, Winston and Danielle was a disappointment on par with pineapple on a pizza. Stage fright seemed to get the better of the actor as he contorted his face into something resembling an over-microwaved potato. He was almost overcome by nerves and his attempted accents were enough to make Dick Van Dyke die and then turn in his grave.
In her debut role as Ash, Helen and Marlon, Ashleigh underwhelmed as she struggled with the concept of acting. Her interpretation of her fellow housemates consisted of listing their character traits in an increasingly high-pitched tone, sandwiched in between long periods of silence.
Praise the gods, our long search for the new Jason Statham is at an end. In his first role since barman no. 2, Winston put in a performance that could happily stand alongside Danny Dyerís finest work. So complete was his transformation into Kimberly that Steven tried to get him alone in the garden for a slightly uncomfortable three hour conversation.
A brilliant new talent has emerged and it surely won't be long until we see Winston's Widow Twankey. Olivier's Hamlet, eat your heart out.