You'd think that ex-nurse turned professional hypocrite Makosi Musambasi could do without hiring a PR big-wig (sorry, couldn't resist) to manage her Moscow retreat from the limelight, but word is out that impresario Jonathan Shalit is on the case.
The effect of this expensive counsel is not so much a U-turn as a tailspin. Hardline diva Makosi has become misunderstood victim Makosi. This morning she told the presenters of Doctor Doctor that she never expected the producers of Big Brother to air her diary room request for a morning after pill. "But you told all the other housemates.." someone pointed out. There goes that key message then.
Makosi was required to dress as a nurse for this interview, but when asked to perform some basic nursing tasks (such as checking blood pressure) appeared predictably incompetent.
Yesterday she told a national newspaper that the reason she originally reassured Anthony that he hadn't dipped in during their pool encounter was because she had selflessly wished to protect his pulling potential with "textbook" new housemate Orlaith. Aha, that would be why she warned Orlaith off by telling her she'd "had" the Geordie before they all got into the pool that night. Makosi changes her story more often than the Metropolitan Police.
Meanwhile Derek Laud has stuffed some notes into a brown envelope in order to retain the services of Neil and Christine Hamilton (along with the MCS Agency) as he attempts to do for the Conservative Party what Prince Edward did for republicanism. Personally I'd look forward to "It's a Tory Knockout".