"I don't like nightclubs, the pageantry of it confuses me."
English born law student Oliver loves to debate, but the one thing he can't find a winning argument for is why he's so unlucky in love.
"I've been dumped a couple of times, but I've managed to avoid being dumped in the recent past by not being in a relationship in the first place. It's a winning strategy to avoid emotional attachment," he says rather sadly.
"My last relationship was in the final year of high school. When I reflect upon it I get an image from the first scene of Grease of Sandy and Danny frolicking on the beach, however, in reality she got rid of me because I was clingy."
In fact when it comes to communicating with girls, this award-winning debater is often lost forwords.
"Obviously my main focus is learning how to talk to the kind of girl that will be in the house because I don't really know where they come from or where they are hiding them because you only really see them at nightclubs which I don't go to, never."
In return he is confident he can teach the Beauties how to improve their reasoning skills.
"I'd like to teach them how to communicate logically because I think a lot of girls talk emotionally. And maybe that's ok, but sometimes they need to reason and it would be nice to show them how to do that."
Studying a double degree in Law and Business Finance, he recently started working as a legal aid and secured a new wardrobe for the job.
Admitting to a love of fine clothes means he has at least one thing in common with the Beauties.
"I love suits. I went with my buddy a couple of weeks ago to get bespoke shirts which was just the best fun. I like that kind of banker/lawyer look, as in exuding wealth and experience."
Describing himself as a "bizarre mix of extroversion and painful awkwardness", his interests are varied from poker to musical theatre and Brazilian jiu jitsu.
"My musical theatre is reasonably uncool I suppose. It's not the trendiest of art forms. But I kind of revel in its dagginess," he says. "It's a wonderful creative outlet. And to indulge that right brain side of myself I guess."