Tully and Drew are just cuddly friends, for now, says Heidi
TULLY is going to be in for a rude awakening whenever she leaves the Big Brother house.
Latest evictee Heidi Anderson, who was booted off the show last night, says Tully is blissfully unaware of the social media storm caused by her cuddling with Drew.
"They are very touchy; they show each other a lot of affection," Anderson told APN.
"It really worries me. I don't think she has any idea. I can't take away from what her girlfriend Tahlia must be going through; the public humiliation she must be feeling. Seeing your girlfriend on national TV snuggling up to another guy, that can't be good."
She reckons Tully is being a bit naive about how her friendship with Drew is coming across on TV.
"The Tully thing, she's probably very naïve, but I'll be here as her friend when she gets out," she said.
"I know what Tully's like as a person now. I hope when she gets out that people do calm their farm a little bit. For her and her girlfriend, I hope they're left alone."
Anderson is also adamant that Drew and Tully are just good friends and that nothing physically untoward is going on, at least not yet.
"I'm in a relationship and I wouldn't act that way. I don't think what she's doing is right," she said.
"I think she's becoming very co-dependent on Drew and I think he's the same. At this stage it's not sexual."
Tully's girlfriend Tahlia, or former girlfriend we're really not sure, has yet again asked Big Brother fans to stop tweeting abusive messages.
Anderson, 29, reckons Drew will use the nominations superpower she gave him to save Tully from nomination tonight. She hopes the "boring" sugar sisters and Jade will be up for eviction this week.
"The three blonde girls, I just didn't think they brought anything to do the table," she said.
"Australia is really missing out on some big characters who have left early on, and these guys don't bring much."
Outspoken NT beauty Tahan will be continually targeted, she said, but her fans will continue to save her.
"I reckon she will be up there until she gets right to the end," she said.
"From what I've seen, she's got a lot of fans. Boys want to be with her and girls want to be her. In the house she's driving people crazy with her offensiveness, but they're the ones who don't get her."
Anderson believes one of the house's two major game players, Tim or Mikkayla, will be up for next week's fake double eviction.
The housemate who receives the lowest percentage of the public vote will be evicted as normal, while the housemate who receives the largest percentage of the public vote will be taken off site to a "secret location".
The Big Brother nominations show airs tonight at 7.30pm on Nine/WIN.