After he asked her whether or not she fancied the departed housemate, Chantelle replied: "I wouldn't say I was attracted to him but I was fond of him and he was funny. I liked being around him and being in his company."
Not satisfied with her answer, Victor probed: "Would you have shared a bed with him?"
"I think I could have done, yeah. Like you did with Michelle the other night," she admitted, before Victor pointed out that that was "completely different".
He insisted: "I'm not attracted to Michelle at all. I like her, but I'm not attracted to her." Chantelle hit back: "Well I'm not attracted to Coolio!"
Victor continued with his teasing, however. "It's not easy to find love twice in the Big Brother house. But somehow you've managed it," he joked.
"Stop it Victor, stop stirring!" giggled Chantelle, as he added: "Imagine if he'd stayed for another week? You might have found him irresistible."
"So what's your expert opinion on it, then?" she asked him. "Can't you be fond of someone without fancying them? I'm sure that I'll be fond of you in a couple of days. I was fond of John McCririck."
"Woah. Do you just hand this fondness out?" queried the 29-year-old.
"He had an aura about him that made you feel good about yourself. When I was around him I felt happy," she said.
"I think he seriously wanted some slap and tickle," concluded Victor, before asking what sort of men she usually goes for.
"All of my ex-boyfriends are totally different," she explained. "None of them look the same, I haven't got a type. I usually just fall for people who are nice to me and there's a spark... I've been out with men that people would class as ugly, but I don't care because it's me that's with them and if I find them attractive..."
Victor rounded off the conversation by asking a shocked Chantelle whether she had seen Coolio's "love truncheon". "No!" she protested.