She may have been voted out by her fellow housemates, but â€™Big Brother Australiaâ€™s Angela Clancy isnâ€™t leaving the game soon thanks to a sneaky BB twist.
â€œWhoever nominated me better watch out because Iâ€™m going to come back tenfold,â€ Angela told HuffPost Australia on Tuesday, referring to her stay in a secret bunker in upcoming episodes.Â
â€œIâ€™m going to come back like a fireball. I might forgive but I donâ€™t forget.â€Â
On Tuesday night Angela, Chad Hurst and Marissa Rancan were all nominated for eviction, but it was Angela who received the most votes to leave. She had been a target for nomination after winning subsequent challenges earlier in the week.Â
However, Big Brother didnâ€™t quite show her the door out, instead inviting her to a multi-day stay in a secret bunker where she will â€˜plot revengeâ€™.
â€œAngela, for the next few days this will be your new home,â€ Big Brother told her. â€œGet comfortable and begin plotting your revenge.â€Â
â€œWhen he said the journeyâ€™s not over and in front of me the doors opened to the bunker, I was like, â€˜No, no youâ€™ve got to be kiddingâ€™,â€ Angela said of her initial shock and disbelief.
â€œThen I went in the bunker and there was more tea,â€ she explained, saying she thought to herself, â€œIâ€™m going to use this time, Iâ€™m going to drink all this tea and Iâ€™m going to get my power backâ€.Â
Angelaâ€™s game plan will play out when â€˜Big Brother Australiaâ€™ returns on Sunday night at 7pm on Channel 7.