The 'Big Brother' housemates have passed the latest shopping task.
Contestants on the popular Channel 5 reality show have scored the basic minimum of exactly 100 points in their weekly task and will receive a premium shopping budget of £800 as a reward.
The housemates were set a series of challenges testing their resolve in the two-day challenge.
If they failed then points were deducted, forcing them to live off a basic shopping budget.
Housemates were given a number of temptations by Big Brother in an attempt to get them to lose points and miss out on their 100-point goal.
Adam Kelly was given the choice of eating a cooked breakfast and losing 10 points for the house or munching on a raw onion in the Breakfast Challenge, and he successfully snacked on the raw foodstuff to earn 10 points.
Caroline passed the Sick'n'Mix task with five points after scoffing a jar of sweets whilst spinning on the roundabout within the allotted time of 10 minutes.
Luke Scrase struggled in the Room of Temptation, but after hours of deliberation, finally opted not to watch the DVD of his nominations and won points for the house.
Scott Mason, Luke Anderson and Conor McIntyre were all nominated for the athletic Final Throwdown challenge, scoring five, minus five and 20 points respectively.
Conor now has the privilege of choosing how to spend the money after he won an eating task requiring him to munch a 100-year-old duck egg dipped in chocolate.