We’re backing Cairon to win
PUBLISHED: 17:15 17 June 2009 | UPDATED: 10:47 23 August 2010
FRIENDS of Big Brother s youngest ever housemate are tipping him to win the show and become a rap legend when he leaves the house. Hundreds of fans have joined Facebook groups since witnessing music student Cairon Austin-Hill enter the house for its tent
FRIENDS of Big Brother's youngest ever housemate are tipping him to win the show and become a rap legend when he leaves the house.
Hundreds of fans have joined Facebook groups since witnessing music student Cairon Austin-Hill enter the house for its tenth series.
The 18-year-old was born in south London but moved to Florida when he was two. When his mother had a serious car accident a couple of years ago he returned and went to school in Dartford.
He became an instant hit with his accent and outlandish dress sense at Leigh City Technology College and then the Miskin Theatre, Dartford.
But tomorrow the outspoken teen faces the public vote as he is up for eviction against posh Freddie, nicknamed 'half-twit' in the house.
The Miskin Theatre, part of the North West Kent College, is renowned for nurturing stars. Bond Girl Gemma Arterton, from Northfleet, became a Hollywood hit just years after attending the theatre school.
Acting student Zoe Tice, 17, from North Road, Dartford, said: "He's great. We knew he had done well in application and when his phone was off for a couple of days before the opening night I was convinced he was in hiding for the show. I was still shocked to see him. He will win."
She added: "I first met him about a year ago. He is a really good rapper and dancer and I am sure he will be a big star. I have been to a couple of his shows at the Miskin Theatre, in a show called Illumination: Glow in the Dark he was amazing. There is a lot of talent at Miskin, but he stands out from the crowd.
"Cairon is genuine, what you see is what you get. How many others can you say that about in the house this year? I hope everyone sees this in Dartford and gets on the phone to keep him in."
Scores of Facebook groups has been set up including one called: Cairon 'Miskiner' Win Big Brother's Wall after the college he attends for his music course.
Group member and friend Amy Elizabeth King, who goes to Northfleet School for Girls, wrote: "Go on Cairon make us miskiners famous... go on babe win it... XXX"
Throughout his time in the house and during the opening night when his picture was beamed around the world he wears a blue NWK (North West Kent) chain around his neck.
Friend Sarah Brown added: "It's great that he is on the show and representing us with his NWK (North West Kent) chain on. Everyone here is really excited he is on the show and we are all voting for him to win."
The aspiring Hip Hop artist, who lives with his British father in Blackheath, works as a glass collector at the Amadeus nightclub off the A2 near Gravesend.
Describing himself as a typical teenager who loves drinking, smoking and partying and says that people see his as a joker, predicting he will come in the top five.
On Friday the outspoken teenager was warned about his behaviour after an argument with contestant Sree Disari. As housemates discussed bad language in the house on the eighth day Mr Disari criticised the way he and Siavash Sabbaghpour speak in front of female housemates.
It sparked a confrontation where both yelled and insulted each other causing Big Brother to intervene.
Speaking in the Diary Room later that evening Cairon said: "When you shake up a soda bottle it pops - I popped."
He added: "I want to apologise for my actions, but not to him, to you, it was a bit inappropriate."
Miss Tice added: "When he first went in the house he was a bit quiet which is not like him but he was obviously working people out as there are a lot of weirdos in there.
"Now he is back to his usual self, rowing with people and being really confident. I would not be surprised if he came out of the house the winner, a big star and go on to great things. We are all rooting for him.
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