Big Brother stars reveal plans to quit fame and go back to their day job less than 24 hours after eviction | The Sun
15th November 2023

BIG Brother stars Jenkin Edwards and Tom Bryant have revealed plans to quit fame and return to their day job in TWO weeks.

It may be less than 24 hours since the pair were booted out of the house, but evictees have already reached out to their boss to get their job back.

Jenkin, who is a barman from Bridgend in Wales, said he's buzzing to return to his day job after his employer assured him that his job was" safe".

Speaking exclusively to The Sun, Jenkin said: "I'm ready to go back to work.

"I'm going back to the pub in about two weeks too."

When asked if he would be interested in more TV work, Jenkin replied: "I'm not really sure at the minute, I'm just taking it day by day.


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"But I've spoken with my boss and my job's safe and I'm kind of looking forward to that really."

While Somerset-based butcher Tom, 21, said his boss would be less than happy if he took any more time off work.

Tom told us: "I'm going back to work in two weeks time, I haven't got time for anything else.

"My boss is going to kill me if I take any more time off. I'm going back to the butchers."

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It comes after fans slammed Tom for his "game-player" comments about Yinrun.

Tom was incredibly critical of his co-stars during his time in the Spare Room, but he changed his tune when he said his farewells.

He accused them of "talking s***" and "licking each other's a****" during a moment of anger.

After he and Jenkin were told that they were evicted, he told the housemates: "I wish you all the best and hope you have a great few days and enjoy yourselves."

Jenkin told the house that they had been treating Big Brother "like a children's show", while Jordan jokingly said they had been "too cheerful".

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