The 'Big Brother' housemates bonded over a 'Tombola of Love' at a party on the final night of the show and promised to stay in touch using Facebook.
The 'Big Brother' housemates bonded over a 'Tombola of Love' as they were thrown a party on the final night of the show.
The contestants tucked into drinks and canapes as they picked out questions for each other from a tombola which had been put in the living room.
The final five - Andrew, David, JJ, Josie and Mario - were under strict instructions to answer every question.
Mario was the first to go after they were told to "give a speech" about what their 'Big Brother' experience meant to them.
He admitted the Channel 4 reality show had been "everything to him", adding: "I was in a very dark place, a very sad place at the start of the year. It's helped me find myself again, and I can't thank you enough for it."
Josie admitted her highlights were having a meal 40ft in the air and shooting a music video and named the 'wall sticking' task as her favourite moment "because we nearly murdered Ben".
JJ labelled Rachael as the "sexiest housemate", saying: "She was just amazing to look at."
Earlier in the evening the five housemates had rebelled by building a fort of mattresses in the middle of the bedroom after they were locked in by 'Big Brother' while they did "essential maintenance" to the rest of the house.
After being told to put the mattresses back, they rebelled further by turning off their microphones. Housemates then started making hostage negotiations with 'Big Brother' to "get the mattresses back" including demands for Jamie Oliver, alcohol, marbles, a "sane doctor" for David and a watermelon for Andrew.
During the party later that evening, the housemates resolved to stay in touch - with Mario suggesting they create a private Facebook group in order to make contacting each other easier.