As part of a task where housemates had to do whatever Big Brother demanded of them, he ended up getting Charlie Travers to kiss Dexter Koh.
A clearly embarrassed Charlie felt awkward as she was told to kiss Dexter twice, who has made no secret of his feelings for her, despite them not being reciprocated.
How embarrassing! Charlie Travers laughs after Big Brother tells her to kiss Dexter Koh
Faking it: Charlie tries to kiss Dexter 'passionately' for the t ask
Big Brother narrates that Charlie 'tells Dexter how she really feels about him'.
Charlie said: 'I adore you. I don't see you in a fancy way, but I adore you a lot. You're one of my closest in the house. I wanna see you on the outside.
What is going on? Charlie is told to take her glasses off for the frank conversation
Dexter is then prompted by Big Brother to tell Charlie exactly what is on his mind.
He responded: 'I think we have grown closer in the last week and I'm glad you can trust me.
Snuggled up: Dexter isn't quite sure where the task is going...
I adore you: Charlie tells Dexter she likes him a lot... as a friend
However, the heart-to-heart was set to take another turn when Big Brother says: 'Charlie throws caution to the wind and kisses Dexter, passionately.'
Am embarrassed Charlie starts laughing and declared: 'I am not doing that as a task!'
Overhearing them in the garden, Jack and Joe shouted: 'Just do it Charlie, a passionate peck, it’s for the task.'
C'mon here: Dexter laughs as Charlie goes for a second kiss
Another one: Charlie goes in for the kill
Gina remarks: 'God, I bet he’s happy.'
Charlie then has to go back for another kiss, when Big Brother narrates: 'Charlie likes it so much, she’s going in again.'
Reflecting on the conversation and the kiss in the Diary Room, Dexter said he is coming to terms with the fact Charlie isn't interested in him romantically.
He lamented: 'I don't think I'll get my fairy tale ending and I've accepted that. That's the way the cookie crumbles.'
Reality check: Dexter tells Big Brother he realises he isn't going to have his 'fairytale ending'