Big Brother: University of Hertfordshire student Sree meets house mates

VIEWERS across the nation were glued to their TV screens as Big Brother 10 kicked off last night (Thursday). But this year there is a twist – the 16 contestants are non-housemates until they earn themselves a place in the house. And one of the hopeful

VIEWERS across the nation were glued to their TV screens as Big Brother 10 kicked off last night (Thursday).

But this year there is a twist - the 16 contestants are "non-housemates" until they earn themselves a place in the house.

And one of the hopefuls - 25-year-old Sree Dasari - is the president elect for the University of Hertfordshire Students' Union.

Sree, originally from India, moved to England to complete a masters degree in business at the Hatfield-based university, and says that one day he would like to be an actor or prime minister.


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The self proclaimed "great flatterer" says he is looking for a "patient, committed and honest girl" and his ideal woman is Beyonce.

He was the penultimate "non-housemate" to enter the Big Brother house wearing a Union Jack shirt and flying the India flag.

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Brazilian-born student Rodrigo and Irish beauty Noirin are the only contestants to have actually earned housemate status by completing a task set by Big Brother.

Rodrigo persuaded Noirin to let him shave off her eyebrows and draw a pair of glasses and moustache on her face with a marker pen.

* See next week's Welwyn & Hatfield Times for further coverage from the Big Brother house.

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