"Tori. Tori, wake up."
"No, I don't think I will, I'm quite comfortable here, thanks." I replied sarcastically to whomever had woken me from my slumber.
If there was one thing I valued above myself, it was sleep.
"Tori, c'mon, it's the day of the first challenge." I recognized the voice to be Aiden's.
"Go away Aiden." I said and rolled over. She just huffed out in frustration and then proceeded to grab my foot and drag me out of my bed.
Of course, I fought with all my might against this act of cruelty, but Aiden was much more stronger than me.
Soon, I was lying on the cold, hard ground, with my blankets all in a tangle around me. The other girls in my room were rushing around the room squealing about this and that. I groaned to find a victorious, smirking Aiden, with her arms crossed.
"It's time to get ready. Now, let's go." She said and began to look through her bags for something to wear. She pushed me towards the washroom on the left, which was free.
Ugh. What a way to be woken up in the morning.
Exactly forty five minutes and thirty-two seconds later, Aiden and I emerged from the room, showered, scrubbed, and dressed.
Aiden was wearing jean shorts and a basketball tee, while I opted for jeans and a dress shirt. Since I had absolutely no idea what the first challenge would be, it was a good idea to be dressed in jeans, which could be worn anywhere.
Except at the Queen's house for tea.
We headed to the living room, where most of the girls were already at, chatting, watching tv, or on their phones.
I looked out through the glass doors which led to the patio and pool. It was a beautiful, sunny, Los Angeles day. The scenery was breath-taking.
Figuring I had some time to kill, I looked around to try to find something to do. A voice spoke up from next to me, one that I had heard before definitely, but I just couldn't put my finger on it.
"Hey, Tori! I'm Trish, remember? The girl who tripped at the airport?" I looked at her. Bright red hair, green eyes, of course I remembered!
"Hey, Trish, I didn't know you were coming here as well." I said, laughing.
"Yeah, I think I was on the flight before you from Sydney, and it was about to depart, so I was in a hurry. Anyway, so how are you finding things here?" She asked.
"Different, obviously. But I love the fact that One Direction are here! But the thing about the cameras filming us all the time creep me out." I replied. Trish nodded. Just then, the door flew open dramatically, revealing the permanent-smiling lady (I need to learn her name) doing her favorite thing to do.
"Good morning girls! Today, as you know, is the day of the first challenge. At the end of the challenge, we will come back to the house and have dinner and interviews, and then five girls will be voted off. Now, the place where we're going for the challenge is..." I held my breath.
What does bowling have to do with this show?