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Cameron Cole has been crowned the 19th and possibly last ever winner of Big Brother

November 05, 2018

Vlogger Cameron Cole has been crowned the 19th and possibly last ever winner of Big Brother in the show’s finale on Channel 5 Monday night.

The 19-year-old beat out Akeem Griffiths in the final head-to-head battle and takes home the £100,000 prize. Cameron looked to be in shock and exited the house to fireworks and applause from the crowd.

Following his exit, he spoke to host Emma Willis about his win and admitted he was lost for words.

“I’m shell-shocked,” he said. “This is like a miracle, I don’t know what to say.”

“I didn’t think I’d be liked. I thought I’d be annoying, irritating, I moan a lot. I didn’t think I’d fit in. The housemates were incredible, I love them all.”

Emma asked him about one of the biggest moments of the series when he came out as gay. He admitted he forgot the cameras were even there.

When asked about his friendship with Lewis, Cameron said: “He is incredible. I love him to bits and I’m so glad I’ve been able to win as much for him because I’d never been able to do it without him.”

Akeem was runner-up and also left the house to cheers. He sat down with Emma for his interview and said he was gutted.

“I am gutted to come so close yet so far, we’ve got a worthy winner there,” he said. “Cameron is absolutely fantastic, he’s absolutely phenomenal.”

Akeem also gushed over the support he had on the outside, saying: “I think Wales will be proud of me.”


Akeem Griffiths.

Cian Carrigan and Zoe Jones finished in fourth and third place respectively, leaving the house together. The pair had a joint interview and showed each other so much love.

“I’m thrilled I came from Ireland to do this,” Cian said. “I love where I came from and to represent Ireland and myself, my family and friends. I’m a massive fan of the show and always will be.”

“I loved every second of it. I was p***ed when I sent in my video, I’m not going to lie.”


Zoe Jones and Cian Carrigan.

As the show came to a close, Emma gave one final parting speech for the fans of the long-running reality show.


Big Brother suportergroup will keep you up to date on news regarding Big Brother UK’s future, along with Big Brother US and Big Brother Canada Season 7.

Big Brother 2018 results!  Who won? WINNER revealed in live final

November 05, 2018

Big Brother 2018 results! 
Who won? WINNER revealed in live final
The Big Brother 2018 winner has been crowned - who won in tonight's results? Recap the final here!

A total of four housemates made it to the end and this evening one of them won the title of BBUK winner 2018, scooping the £100,000 prize money.

Those in the final were 26-year-old Training Consultant from Rhondda Valley, Akeem Griffiths, 18-year-old Vlogger from Norwich, Cameron Cole, 23-year-old Customer Service Agent from Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, Cian Carrigan and 31-year-old Carer from Halifax, Zoe Jones.

And it was Cameron who was crowned the winner of Big Brother 2018, the show's last ever series.

Here's just how things went down in the live show tonight...

Big Brother 2018 results! Winner is revealed...
Host Emma Willis announced the results from the public vote, which first opened a week ago last Friday.

In fourth place was CIAN: He told Emma after his exit: "I'm thrilled to bits, I'm loving it. To present Ireland and myself, I'm thrilled. I'm a massive fan of the show and always will be."

In third place was ZOE: She told Emma after leaving: "I've just loved every second of it. I was p***ed when I sent the audition video in!"

In second place was AKEEM He told Emma: "I'm shocked, relieved... I can't describe it. It's all so surreal. I am gutted to come so close and so far, but we've got a worthy winner there."

The winner was CAMERON Taking home the £100,000 prize fund, Cameron was left in tears by the result. At just 19, Cameron is the youngest Big Brother winner ever.

He said after his victory: "There's been a few tears. I am completely and utterly shell-shocked. I can't describe it. Never in a billion years would I expect that, I thought I'd be out the first week. I didn't think I'd be liked.

"It was a dream to get in... this is a miracle."

Are you happy with the Big Brother 2018 results? 
Alongside the results, tonight's final also acted as a goodbye for Big Brother after Channel 5 announced its intention to axe the series after 18 years.

There was a look back at not only the current run but also the past 19 series.

"It's hard to know what's going to happen in fact it's impossible to know what will happen with the show," host Emma said. "All we can go on are the facts at this time and the facts, at this moment in time, is that the show is over.

"In my head, I'm treating tonight like the last ever show I do on Big Brother which is really difficult."

Emma concluded: "If this is indeed the last Big Brother then we are going out on a high."

Davina McCall has sent an emotional message of support to Emma

November 05, 2018

Davina McCall has sent an emotional message of support to Emma Willis and Rylan Clark-Neal ahead of Big Brother tonight.

It's the final of the last ever series of BBUK this evening, airing at 10PM on Channel 5.

And Davina, who hosted the original series on Channel 4, has taken to Twitter to wish the team good luck.

She said in a video message: "I'm up in Manchester filming so I can't be with you guys and I really wanted to come by and say hello. I just wanted to say good luck Emma, you are amazing and brilliant. Good luck Rylan, I know it's going to be emotional. Good luck to all the crew who work on the show."

Davina added: "I know it is going to be hard tonight but I'm sending you all so much love."

Meanwhile, Rylan said in a video posted to the official Big Brother Twitter: "I have had the best time at Big Brother. I remember watching the show growing up and always wanted to be a housemate... Big Brother's been a massive part of my life.

"I found a husband from it, I made a career from it.. it's really sad it's coming to an end for now.

"I just want to say a massive thank you to everyone who has watched the main show, Bit On The Side. We've got the best fandom and I really never ever forget this."

Rylan went on to say he "hoped" the show would be back but added: "If it's the end, thank you for everything because I genuinely don't know what I would've done without Big Brother."

"Most importantly, we’d like to thank fans of the show for their support over the last seven years. We look forward to giving the final series a brilliant send-off."

Programme makers Endemol said that they were hopeful of continuing the show in a new home.

They said: "Whilst disappointed not to reach an agreement with Channel 5 the decision opens up a new chapter and we are excited about future possibilities for Big Brother in the UK."

Big Brother 2018 airs at 10PM on Channel 5 this evening.

Big Brother 2018's final is looming but when, who, where and what?

November 05, 2018

Big Brother 2018's final is looming but when, who, where and what? Here's all you need to know about tonight's live show.

After 53 days, Big Brother's last ever series comes to an end tonight.

So when is the Big Brother 2018 final tonight?
The Big Brother UK final starts on Monday, 5 November at 10PM, live on Channel 5 with host Emma Willis. The series will come to an end at 11:15PM as the winner is crowned before being interviewed by Emma.

Bit On The Side will then follow straight after with Rylan Clark, the winner, finalists and former housemates running until half-midnight.

Who are the BBUK finalists?
After two months, a total of 16 housemates went through the doors but currently just 4 remain following a surprise double eviction last Friday. Brooke and Sian missed out on a final place in the double eviction.

Those in the final are 26-year-old Training Consultant from Rhondda Valley, Akeem Griffiths, 18-year-old Vlogger from Norwich, Cameron Cole and 23-year-old Customer Service Agent from Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, Cian Carrigan.

They're joined by the 31-year-old Carer from Halifax, Zoe Jones.

Who is the favourite to win?
Cameron is the currently odds-on favourite to win the show after former favourite Lewis Flanagan was removed just a week before the final.

Cameron currently leads the betting at just 4/9, making him the overwhelming favourite to emerge as the 2018 winner.

Ladbrokes spokesperson Jessica Bridge commented: "With the BB house set to close its doors for the final time, on Channel 5 at least, the odds suggest it'll be Cameron who goes out in style as the winner."

Cian follows next behind at 3/1, with Akeem (10/1) and Zoe (16/1) the outsiders of the pack.

How much is the Big Brother prize money?
This year has seen the prize fund remain untouched, meaning the winner will walk away with a cool £100,000 all to themselves.

However, former housemate Brooke also got some cash. She left with £1,732 after a twist on her last day saw her convert her Big Coin balance into cash.

Here's your first look at tonight's final  Big Brother 2018 house highlights.

November 04, 2018

Here's your first look at tonight's final  Big Brother 2018 house highlights.


It was Brooke Berry and Sîan Hamshaw who missed out on the final after being evicted on Friday, leaving in sixth and fifth place respectively.

They've left four housemates fighting for the £100,000 prize in Monday's final: Cameron Cole, Akeem Griffiths, Zoe Jones and Cian Carrigan.

In this evening's show, Big Brother tells the group: "This is Big Brother. Akeem, Cameron, Cian and Zoe. Congratulations you are all finalists. Champagne has been provided in the storeroom."

"I can't believe it. I really can't believe it," Zoe says.

"They like us Zoe, they really like us," added Cian.
 
In this evening's show - the Housemates are excited to be told they're going to be shown their launch show VTs, and the finalists get their glad rags on to walk the red carpet at the Big Brother Awards...

Big Brother says: "Housemates, tonight Big Brother has decided to reward you with a lavish feast, fit for a finalist. Big Brother thinks will be the perfect opportunity for you to dress for a celebration. In the store room is a rail of glamorous outfits for you to change in to."

There are some familiar faces who return to hand out the awards, with first to be evicted Anamelia presenting the 'bulls**t' award.

The final four get to watch some of their house highlights before they give speeches about their time in the house.

"You guys have all changed my life. For you lot to all react with the love and support you did will mean so much to me for the rest of my life," says Cameron to the group.

Big Brother 2018 airs at 9PM on Channel 5 tonight. The final takes place live at 10PM on Channel 5 on Monday, where the winner will walk away with £100,000.

Housemates celebrate making it to the final

November 04, 2018

Housemates celebrate making it to the final
The final four Big Brother 2018 housemates have celebrated making it to the end of the series.

After the double eviction, Big Brother announced to the group: "This is Big Brother. Akeem, Cameron, Cian and Zoe. Congratulations you are all finalists. Champagne has been provided in the storeroom.

Zoe reacted: "What a night! My family would be so proud of me and you guys."

Cian added: "I'm actually sweating. I just need fresh air. I can't f**king believe it. I can't believe it."

As the drinks were poured, Akeem remarked: "This is mad, I'm shaking. I don't know if I can do this."

He and Cameron later reflected on the series in the bathroom.

"We're literally going to ring each other in 20 years time and be like 'Do you remember when we were in that Final?'" Akeem asked.

Cameron replied: "It just doesn't feel real. I cannot quite believe what's going on. It's totally and utterly beyond a dream at this point."

Akeem recalled: "Launch night there was so many big characters. Just looking around the room thinking... "

Cameron continued: "I thought I'm gonna be out in a week, two. I thought there's no way I'm gonna be able to do anything with characters like that. They were all so much bigger than me. I dunno quite how I'm sitting here but I'm so f**king thankful. The amount of people that have come and gone."

He went on to praise Tomasz and Lewis F for helping him through the show.

"Without them I could not have got anywhere near as far as I have," he said.

Akeem concluded: "When they call our name on Monday shall we just not go? I don't want to leave, I really don't. This has been the best week of my life, ever."

Big Brother airs tonight at 9PM on Channel 5 with its final highlights show.

Here's the latest rundown on the Big Brother 2018 contestants and who left in the latest eviction.

November 03, 2018

Here's the latest rundown on the Big Brother 2018 contestants and who left in the latest eviction.

 

The current - and as it stands, last ever - series of BBUK is now a just days away from the final

 

The show will end up running for 53 days and with weekly evictions, here's all the latest on who's in and who's out of the house...

 

Big Brother 2018 contestants and results

Currently, four housemates remain in the house after 14 tookg part the series. Alongside the evictions, two have been removed and one walked.

 

AKEEM GRIFFITHS: 26-year-old Training Consultant from Rhondda Valley.

CAMERON COLE: 18-year-old vlogger from Norwich

CIAN CARRIGAN: 23-year-old Customer Service Agent for a mobile gaming company from Clonmel, Co. Tipperary

ZOE JONES: 31-year-old carer from Halifax

 

REMOVED: ELLIS HILLON: 19-year-old Fast Food Restaurant Worker from Glasgow.

EVICTED FIRST: ANAMÉLIA SILVA: 31-year-old Spiritual Advisor from London

EVICTED SECOND: LEWIS GREGORY: 26-year-old Bricklayer from London

WALKED: KAY LOVELLE: 32-year-old artist from London

 

EVICTED THIRD: ISAAC JAGROOP: 23-year-old Footballer / Club Promoter from Birmingham

EVICTED FOURTH: KENALEY AMOS-SISSONS: 24-year-old Call Centre Worker from Nottingham

EVICTED FIFTH: HUSSAIN AHMED: 25-year-old Physiotherapist from Birmingham

EVICTED SIXTH: ISABELLA FARNESE: 23-year-old Race Horse Rider from Great Yarmouth

 

REMOVED: LEWIS FLANAGAN: 27-year-old Bartender from Stockton-On-Tees

EVICTED SEVENTH: TOMASZ WANIA: 31-year-old cleaner from London

EVICTED EIGHTH: SÎAN HAMSHAW: 25-year-old waitress from Barnsley

EVICTED NINTH: BROOKE BERRY: 21-year-old Freelance Graphic Designer from London

 

Big Brother spoilers

It's the final week of Big Brother.

 

In Friday's last eviction lines reopened for viewers to vote for their winner.

 

Voting will close in next Monday's show (November 5) where the final results - and ultimately the winner - will be announced by host Emma Willis.

 

Meanwhile, this weekend will see the final highlights on Sunday night where housemates get the chance to swap their Big Coin totals for real life cash.

 

Big Brother 2018 airs Sunday-Friday nights on Channel 5.

Results! Brooke Berry and Sîan Hamshaw react to their evictions

November 02, 2018

Results!

Brooke Berry and Sîan Hamshaw react to their evictions

Brooke Berry and Sîan Hamshaw became the latest housemates to leave Big Brother 2018 in last night's results.

 

There were no nominations for this final week as instead viewers voted for their winner.

With all six of the then remaining housemates facing the vote, it was Brooke and Sian who left in Friday's Big Brother results.

 

During Friday’s show, Emma Willis revealed to the House first that Brooke was the eighth housemate to be evicted from the Big Brother House. She had received the fewest votes to win at the vote freeze.

 

A short while later, Emma returned to announce a shock second eviction. With the next fewest votes, Sian became the ninth housemate to go.

 

Speaking to Emma, Brooke reacted to her departure: “I have not seen this many people in 50 days it is so weird”

 

When asked if she was upset not to make the final Brooke said “I love them all and I want them to be there, everything I went in there to do I did. I did not come here solely to be in the final or win. I came here to make connections”

 

She said about the experience “It was the craziest experience of my entire life. I am never that emotional but I cried more in there than in past few years of my life”

 

Next to speak to Emma, Sian said of her eviction: “I loved it. All day I have been saying I would rather go today because I don’t feel nervous. I feel right calm now so I will be alright. It means I don’t have to sit in that room for hours on Monday where you can’t smoke”

 

On who she thinks will win Sian said: “I think Cameron is going to win... but I want Cian to win.”

 

She said about the experience: “I found it fine I did not have a problem with nominations ….it were easy.”

 

The latest exits leave just four finalists in the house: Cameron Cole, Zoe Jones, Akeem Griffiths and Cian Carrigan.

 

One will walk away with £100,000 in the live final on November 5.

 

Big Brother returns Sunday night at 9PM on Channel 5 for a bumper long edition.

Results! Who left? Two out in a double eviction

November 02, 2018

Results!

Who left? Two out in a double eviction

Big Brother double eviction results - who was evicted?

Who left in tonight's Big Brother 2018 results? Two housemates have been evicted.

 

There was no nominations for this final week with all of the remaining housemates automatically up for the public vote.

 

Host Emma Willis opened the lines to vote for this year’s winner last Friday night and this evening the voting lines froze.

 

Brooke Berry was first to be evicted from Big Brother tonight, finishing the series in sixth place after polling the fewest votes.

 

It was then Sîan Hamshaw who left Big Brother next, having polled the next fewest votes and finishing in fifth place.

 

During the show, host Emma revealed that the result was shockingly close with just 1.5% splitting the bottom three housemates.

 

Now just four housemates are left in the Big Brother 2018 house for the final.

 

They are 18-year-old Vlogger from Norwich, Cameron Cole and 23-year-old Customer Service Agent from Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, Cian Carrigan.

 

Joining them are 31-year-old Carer from Halifax, Zoe Jones and 26-year-old Training Consultant from Rhondda Valley, Akeem Griffiths

 

One of them will be crowned the winner of the last ever series of Big Brother on Monday night.

 

Lines to vote for the winner have since reopened and will close for good in Monday's live show.

 

Currently Cameron is the favourite to grab victory - and the £100,000 prize money.

 

Aoife Heffron, Spokesperson for BoyleSports said: “Cameron is unstoppable for the Big Brother crown now and at 8/11 it is going to take something drastic to knock him off his perch at the head of the betting with just four days left.”

 

It's the last ever series of Big Brother currently scheduled to air on UK TV, with Channel 5 announcing it will be dropping the show beyond 2018.

 

Big Brother will return Sunday at 9PM for the penultimate episode before the grand final on Monday night, November 5 at 10PM on Channel 5.

Emma Willis brands end of Big Brother "f**king horrible" ahead of last ever eviction

November 03, 2018

Emma Willis brands end of Big Brother "f**king horrible" ahead of last ever eviction
Emma Willis has lamented the end of Big Brother, describing tonight's potential last ever eviction "f**king horrible."

This evening will see Big Brother back at 10PM as two housemates leave in a surprise double eviction.
It's the final live show of the series before Monday's final, where Big Brother is currently set to drop off the air.

Channel 5 confirmed before the new series began that it would not be broadcasting the show beyond the end of 2018.

Speaking ahead of this evening's episode, host Emma said: "It's quite possibly the last ever eviction that I will host which is f**king horrible."

Emma, who has been with Big Brother since it aired on Channel 4, added: "I'm not going to talk about it too much because I'm going to get a bit funny."

Reflecting on the past week, she said in her final video blog: "Normally the final week of the series is quite, it can sometimes be a struggle because there are few people in there but so much has happened this week.

"We've had previous housemates go and visit, Big Brother went on strike. Halloween was absolutely brilliant and I was belly laughing watching Cameron in the camera runs.

"I'd have absolutely pooped my pants if I'd been in there and I work here, I know it's production people dressed up but I would still have been s**t scared. It was fantastic. I was giggling away, it was so much fun."

Looking ahead to the final, Emma continued: "They all seem in great spirits and they are six great final housemates that kind of cover the spectrum of different types of people which is really nice.

"This series goes up there, this is my favourite series on Channel 5, 100%. That's not saying the others aren't great but this cast has really delivered."

Emma concluded: "I've really enjoyed it and I don't want it to end."

Big Brother 2018 airs tonight at 10PM on Channel 5.

Brooke Berry and Sîan Hamshaw get a secret task

November 02, 2018

Brooke Berry and Sîan Hamshaw get a secret task
Sîan Hamshaw and Brooke Berry get a secret task in tonight's Big Brother 2018 highlights.

The pair are set a challenge by 'Wendy The Washing Machine'

In a throwback to the 'Tree Of Temptation' of 2010, Wendy the Washing Machine sets secret tasks to the housemates.

Located in the storeroom, Wendy first made her appearance during this year's celebrity series.

But she was back again yesterday, and this time had a special task for Sian.

"I'm Wendy, listen carefully. You look like a girl who can keep a secret, am I right?" said Wendy after surprising Sian in the storeroom.

However before Wendy could set her task, Brooke walked into the room.

As a result, she got in on the challenge as well.

Wendy gave the pair a list of items of clothing belonging to the other housemates that they needed to secure.

In return they'd win themselves a delicious treat: A kebab and a cider.

Wendy explained: "These are the items I want stuffed into my drum: I want those grubby dressing gowns off Zoe and Cameron, I want Akeem's ridiculous Christmas tee and finally some of Cian's grubby undies."

Big Brother 2018 airs tonight at 10PM on Channel 5.

Alongside the latest highlights, it's the last ever eviction show as two housemates get the boot ahead of Monday's final.

Both Sian and Brooke are favourites to go alongside Zoe Jones, as it looks like we're set for a male-dominated final.

Cameron Cole remains the hot favourite to win and now looks to be unstoppable in the wake of Lewis' exit.

Spoiler!  Ex housemates take over the house in final week

January 01, 2020

Spoiler! 
Ex housemates take over the house in final week
A trio of ex housemates will join the Big Brother 2018 house TODAY for a new takeover task.

And one of them is The Queen of Clean Kim Woodburn, who previously appeared on Celebrity Big Brother last year and quickly became an iconic housemate.

She's now lined up for a comeback, alongside the final Channel 4 series winner Josie Gibson and all round Big Brother legend Nikki Grahame.

The trio will takeover the house when Big Brother takes a day off. Housemates wake up to find Big Brother has had enough of looking after them for almost 50 days.

"Batteries are in the same place they've been in for the last 48 days, someone go get them," Big Brother announces deadpan. "I'm sick of baby sitting them," Big Brother adds.

With Big Brother away, the ex-housemates set the current lot tasks and chat to them in the Diary Room.

For now, Big Brother 2018 continues nightly on Channel 5. The final airs at 10PM on November 5.

Spoilers! as ex housemates take over the house

November 01, 2018

Spoilers!
as ex housemates take over the house
Here's a first look at tonight's Big Brother 2018 highlights as some familiar faces takeover the house.

As things stand, six housemates remain on Big Brother: Cameron Cole, Zoe Jones, Akeem Griffiths, Cian Carrigan, Brooke Berry and Sîan Hamshaw.

And after around 50 days of looking after them, Big Brother has had enough.

"Batteries are in the same place they've been in for the last 48 days, someone go get them," an uncharacteristic Big Brother starts in tonight's show.

Big Brother then adds: "Eighteen years of this crap... f**k it, let's go."

"I'm slightly confused as to what is going on," reacts Cameron.

"They've just quit!" adds Brooke.

With Big Brother away for the day, some replacements take over the house.

The first is iconic Celebrity Big Brother housemate Kim Woodburn.

"This is Kim Woodburn," she announces to the group over the speakers. "You think you've had it easy, well it's not over. I want that place cleaned up."

Kim demands the house is given a thorough deep clean, instructing Cameron in the bathroom: "Get on your knees and clean that floor"

However Sian is spared the work by Kim, who tells her: "You've been tidying for weeks and weeks, sit down darling and take a breath."

Next to take over is winner of the final Big Brother on Channel 4, Josie Gibson.

"You've got me, Josie Gibson. I want to get the juicy gossip," she declares before inviting each of the housemates into the Diary Room one at a time for a chat.

Finally, Nikki Grahame makes a surprise entrance - literally. Not content with just speaking to the group, she heads back inside the house for one final time.

"I wanna know all the gossip, I want the scoop," she tells the group.

Big Brother 2018 continues tonight at 10PM on Channel 5 ahead of the final next Monday, November 5.

Ex housemates to return for final week task

October 31, 2018

Ex housemates to return for final week task

Kim Woodburn is set to join the Big Brother 2018 house in this final week of the series.

The Queen of Clean previously appeared on Celebrity Big Brother last year and quickly became an iconic housemate.

She's now lined up for a comeback, alongside winner of the final Channel 4 series Josie Gibson and Big Brother legend Nikki Grahame.

The trio will takeover the house when Big Brother takes a day off. The trio will set the housemates tasks and chat to them in the Diary Room.

Currently just six housemates remain in the house ahead of the final next Monday night.

Last Friday saw Tomasz Wania become the latest housemate to be evicted in the latest Big Brother results.

But he wasn't the only one to leave the house over the weekend, with Lewis Flanagan kicked out of the show for 'unacceptable language'.

Those left in the house as things stand are Cameron Cole, Zoe Jones, Akeem Griffiths, Cian Carrigan, Brooke Berry and Sîan Hamshaw.


For now, Big Brother 2018 continues nightly on Channel 5. The final airs at 10PM on November 5.

Cameron Cole goes in the camera runs on a ghost hunt

October 31, 2018

Cameron Cole goes in the camera runs on a ghost hunt

Cameron Cole is sent on a ghost hunt in tonight's Big Brother 2018 highlights.

It's a Halloween special in tonight's show as housemates are given their final shopping task.
"As Halloween night approaches, you will become Trick or Treaters on a mission to collect as many sweets as possible," Big Brother explains.

The housemates are set a series of spooky challenges, with Cameron and Cian Carrigan sent into the Camera Runs together.

Big Brother tells the housemates: "Big Brother would like to get serious for a moment to reveal the genuine, paranormal events that have occurred in the House, over the sixteen years it has been here."

They add: "For the first time ever, two of you will get to go on a paranormal research mission within the camera runs that surround the house. Will Cameron and Cian come to the Diary room."

There, the pair are told: "Big Brother wishes you the best of luck and hopes to see you again soon. And remember, take care."

Armed with a video camera, Cameron and Cian are sent into the blacked out camera runs in the search for sweets.

But they aren't alone, with a variety of ghosts ghouls and creatures out to scare them away.

"Is that you Rylan?!" quips Cian to one of the ghosts, while Cameron demands to be let back to the main house.

In the Diary Room, he tells Big Brother about the latest paranormal activity he witnessed in the house.

Already convinced the Big Brother compound is haunted, Cameron tells Big Brother: "Once I was in the shower and the electric went off and everything went pitch black and the water went cold. I thought I'd died. I was screaming. I heard full on conversations from an older woman and older man.

"I honestly thought I was between heaven and hell... but then I did eventually find out we just ran out of electric. I know it doesn't sound like a paranormal event but I do feel like it was. Even though we had ran out of electric and that's why everything went black, definitely there was an older woman and older man talking in the living room.

"It definitely sounded like voices I had never heard before."

Big Brother 2018 airs at 10:30PM tonight on Channel 5.

Spoilers!  as housemates face a haunted Halloween

October 31, 2018

Spoilers! 
as housemates face a haunted Halloween
Here's a first look at tonight's Big Brother 2018 highlights as Halloween takes over the house.

Currently six housemates remain on Big Brother: Cameron Cole, Zoe Jones, Akeem Griffiths, Cian Carrigan, Brooke Berry and Sîan Hamshaw.

Housemates wake up to find the Big Brother house has been decorated for the spooky occasion, and Big Brother has prepared a number of tasks for the housemates.

Big Brother explains: "As Halloween night approaches, you will become Trick or Treaters on a mission to collect as many sweets as possible.

"In order to pass this week's shopping task, housemates must enter Hellstree house and it's haunted ground where vengeful spirits and dark forces are said to lurk in the shadows."

Housemates enter Hellstree and find themselves the victims of all sort of scary goings on.

And they're not safe in the main house either, with a zombie invasion before they finally get to relax at enjoy a Halloween themed party.

However, the task takes a twist later on as night falls.

"Big Brother would like to get serious for a moment to reveal the genuine, paranormal events that have occurred in the House, over the sixteen years it has been here," Big Brother announces to the group in the living room.

"For the first time ever, two of you will get to go on a paranormal research mission within the camera runs that surround the house. Will Cameron and Cian come to the Diary room," Big Brother continues.

In the Diary Room, Big Brother tells the pair: "Big Brother wishes you the best of luck and hopes to see you again soon. And remember, take care."

"This is some f**king s**t," reacts Cameron.

Big Brother 2018 airs tonight at the later time of 10:30PM on Channel 5.

The current series - the last to air on Channel 5 ans possibly last ever on UK TV - will conclude on Monday, November 5.

Spoiler!  Kim Woodburn to join house for final week task

October 30, 2018

Spoiler! 
Kim Woodburn to join house for final week task
Kim Woodburn is set to join the Big Brother 2018 house in this final week of the series.

The Queen of Clean previously appeared on Celebrity Big Brother last year and quickly became an iconic housemate.

She's now lined up for a comeback, with The Sun reporting shell be entering to put the housemates to work in a new task.

Currently just six housemates remain in the house ahead of the final next Monday night.

Last Friday saw Tomasz Wania become the latest housemate to be evicted in the latest Big Brother results.

But he wasn't the only one to leave the house over the weekend, with Lewis Flanagan kicked out of the show for 'unacceptable language'.

Those left in the house as things stand are Cameron Cole, Zoe Jones, Akeem Griffiths, Cian Carrigan, Brooke Berry and Sîan Hamshaw.

Cameron is currently the odds-on favourite to win the series in the wake of Lewis' exit.

Bookmakers BoyleSports spokeswoman Aoife Heffron revealed this week: “Going into the last week of Big Brother its Cameron’s to lose as he is now odds on at 4/6 to win and is seeing all the support from punters.

"Lewis’ removal from the house is undoubtedly the reason punters have turned their support for his closest friend in the house, Cameron. Even Akeem, who was rivalling Lewis for the crown, has drifted.”

For now, Big Brother 2018 continues nightly on Channel 5. The final airs at 10PM on November 5.

Spoilers as housemates act out 'Big Brother's Soap Opera'

October 30, 2018

Spoilers as housemates act out 'Big Brother's Soap Opera'
In this evening's task, Big Brother gathers the remaining six housemates - Cameron Cole, Zoe Jones, Akeem Griffiths, Cian Carrigan, Brooke Berry and Sîan Hamshaw - to set a special task.

Brooke reads out the instructions: "Housemates, for today's task you will become the stars of the show as you'll take part in.

"Big Brother's soap opera! Not only are you the stars but you'll also decide which iconic moments you perform."

Housemates must re-create scenes from this year's show, playing all the parts of the current and former housemates.

"It has to be the contamination scene," suggests Akeem, referring to his row with Lewis G. Other scenes acted by the group include Lewis and Kenaley's row in the China task

Meanwhile, there's a row between Zoe and her fellow housemates over alcohol in the evening.

"I just get p***ed off," Zoe complains in the smoking area after the clash. "And then I get p***ed off if I get woke up because everyone's having a laugh, it's a joke.

However Akeem declares: "I'm going to have a good night tonight, I don't care."

And as the final approaches, tension looms as housemates speculate what may happen in the final week.

"In theory this could be our last ever hot tub session ever," Akeem tells Cameron. "It's squeaky bum time. Could be any day, one or two could go, you don't know, And it could be any time, any place or any where."

Elsewhere in tonight's latest highlights, Cian and Cameron plot to prank their fellow housemates.

In the middle of the night, they decide to hide all the food - but will they get caught out?

Big Brother 2018 airs tonight at 10:15PM on Channel 5. The final takes place next Monday, November 5 as the winner is crowned.

Double eviction twist for Friday night

October 30, 2018

Double eviction twist for Friday night
Big Brother 2018 has unveiled its plans for the final week of the show.

Two housemates will be evicted from the series this Friday just days before the final.

Last week saw Tomasz Wania become the next housemate to leave in the latest Big Brother results.

But he wasn't the only one to exit the house, with Lewis Flanagan removed from the show.

In a statement, a spokesperson for Big Brother announced: "Lewis has been removed from the Big Brother House for unacceptable language that contravenes the rules. Lewis has left the House with immediate effect."

The double departure left just six housemates in the house: Cameron Cole, Zoe Jones, Akeem Griffiths, Cian Carrigan, Brooke Berry and Sîan Hamshaw.

Host Emma Willis last Friday opened up the lines for viewers to vote for the WINNER of Big Brother 2018 - set to be the last ever series to air on UK TV.

Voting lines will freeze in this Friday's show (November 2) when the two housemates with the fewest votes will be evicted.

Lines will then re-open for the remaining four housemates before closing for good in the grand final on Monday, November 5 where the winner will be revealed.

Housemates are currently unaware of the double eviction heading there way - and it could be bad news for the likes of Brooke and Sian.

They, along with Zoe, are the most at risk of the axe.

On the other hand, Cameron has become the new favourite to win the show after Lewis' departure.

Aoife Heffron, Spokesperson for BoyleSports commented: “Going into the last week of Big Brother its Cameron’s to lose as he is now odds on at 4/6 to win and is seeing all the support from punters.

"Lewis’ removal from the house is undoubtedly the reason punters have turned their support for his closest friend in the house, Cameron. Even Akeem, who was rivalling Lewis for the crown, has drifted.”

Big Brother continues nightly on Channel 5 up until the final on Monday, November 5.

It'll be the last series to air on Channel 5 after announcing it had dropped the show last month.

They said ahead of the launch: "The forthcoming series of Big Brother will be the last - of either celebrity or civilian versions - on Channel 5. We’d like to thank Endemol and all of the production team who have worked tirelessly to make the show a success.

"We’d also like to thank our brilliant presenters - Emma on Big Brother and Rylan from Bit on the Side - for their consummate professionalism, Marcus, the voice of Big Brother and all of the housemates who have created so many memorable moments."

Spoilers!  as housemates start final week with special task

October 29, 2018

Spoilers! 
as housemates start final week with special task
It's the first day of the final week with the series concluding this time next Monday night.

And the latest from the house on Sunday saw Big Brother set one housemate a very special task.

"Housemates, Big Brother would like to treat you all to a delicious Sunday roast with all the trimmings," Big Brother announced to excitement from the group.

However, Big Brother then continued: "And Big Brother has selected one housemate to cook it for you. Cameron, Big Brother feels your culinary skills may be a little lacking and classic Sunday dinner gives you the perfect opportunity to practise this valuable life skill.

"Tonight's menu will consist of roast beef, roast potatoes, Yorkshire puddings, a selection of fresh veg, a lashing of gravy.

"Housemates may offer advice but Cameron must complete all the prep and cook it himself. All housemates should eat together."

Cameron doesn't seem optimistic about the outcome, declaring immediately "This is a disaster."

And he struggles from the off when it comes to even touching the meat: "I can't do beef."

Elsewhere, Cian speaks to Brooke about his feelings for Cameron.

Having previously admitted to being attracted to him, Cian says: "He just makes me giggle and stuff. Maybe in the outside world I wouldn't read into it or think into it, but that's all I have in here.

"I want it to be a really good friendship, even though I'm mentally attracted to him, I've been mentally attracted to friends before - that strengthens my friendship with them. I know for a fact that nothing would ever happen."

Elsewhere, Cian and Zoe take delight in their renewed friendship after a rough few weeks.

"I'm so glad we're back to normal again, that was a s**t two weeks," Zoe declares.

Big Brother 2018 airs tonight at 10PM on Channel 5.

Cameron Cole has 'the worst day of his life' as Lewis Flanagan is removed

October 28, 2018

Cameron Cole has 'the worst day of his life' as Lewis Flanagan is removed
Cameron Cole says he's had 'the worst day of his life' after this weekend's Big Brother drama.

Friday saw Cameron celebrate his birthday - but an unplanned double exit saw him end up in tears.

First, close pal Lewis Flanagan was removed from the show before Tomasz Wania got the axe in the evening's eviction.

After saying goodbye to Tomasz, Cameron sobbed: "This is the worst day of my life."

"You're so dramatic," reacted Brooke Berry bluntly.

"This is literally the lowest day of my life," Cameron insisted. "This is my world. I feel like my world has crashed. I've lost my brother and I've lost my best friend. Everything's come crashing down."

Brooke reassured: "You're going to see both of them in a week. This is just a moment of time and we're here to help you through it."

Cameron replied: "I want to do it for them. I want to get to the final for Lewis."

The next day, Cameron told Big Brother in the Diary Room: "I lost my comfort blankets. I lost a brother and a best friend. I know it sounds ridiculous but that genuinely just how it was. The connections I had with them two were incredible.

"When I woke up this morning and I looked outside to expect to see Tomasz out vaping and Lewis making a stupid noise... and none of them were there. I'd have loved for them to be in the final with me.

"Tomasz would've loved to be in the final. That'd have been such a dream for him and I'm gutted."

"I guess I'm going to have to try and be positive," Cameron concluded.

Big Brother 2018 airs tonight at 10:30PM on Channel 5 with a 90-minute special episode.

Spoiler!  Housemates face final Big Coin twist

October 28, 2018

Spoiler! 
Housemates face final Big Coin twist
The Big Brother 2018 housemates face one last Big Coin twist in tonight's latest episode.

In this evening's extra-long episode, eight housemates become six with an unplanned double exit.

First, Lewis Flanagan is removed from the house before Tomasz Wania is given the boot in the latest eviction.

After all the aftermath of that settles down, Big Brother stirs things right back up again with a huge new twist.

Big Brother gathers the remaining six housemates around a mock casino table before dealing each of them a card.

"Housemates, welcome to Big Brother's card game, Stick or Twist," Big Brother announced. "It's time to see how good your poker faces are and how well you know each other."

Big Brother explained: "Each housemate has selected a card with a value ranging from zero to 1,000 Big Coins.

"The name of the game is to hold the highest value card possible. When the game ends, each housemates' card's Big Coin value will be added to their total."

Currently, Zoe Jones is the richest housemate with over 1,000 Big Coins to her name.

Once the task is complete, housemates get the chance to spend their new Big Coins in the final Big Coin Auction of the series.

As always, there are a number of treats up for grabs and a VERY special top lot.

Big Brother announces that the final treat to be won is Letters From Home for three housemates. Big Brother says: "The buyer of this lot will receive letters from home for themselves and two housemates of their choice."

Big Brother 2018 airs tonight at 10:30PM on Channel 5 with a special 90 minute episode.

Elsewhere tonight, housemates react to making it through to the final week. They are currently unaware that two housemates will be evicted in a double eviction on Friday. The BBUK final airs Monday, November 5.

Tonight's Big Brother 2018 sees housemates react to Lewis Flanagan' removal from the house - and here's a first look.

October 28, 2018

Tonight's Big Brother 2018 sees housemates react to Lewis Flanagan' removal from the house - and here's a first look.

Channel 5 announced last Friday that Lewis had been removed from the house with "immediate effect."

A spokesperson for Big Brother said: "Lewis has been removed from the Big Brother House for unacceptable language that contravenes the rules. Lewis has left the House with immediate effect."

Big Brother airs tonight at 10:30PM on Channel 5 with all the aftermath.

In a first look clip released, Big Brother is seen gathering the then seven remaining housemates.

They then announce: "This is Big Brother. Housemates, Lewis has been removed from the Big Brother house and will not be returning."

They added: "Shortly, Big Brother will be placing Lewis' suitcases in the storeroom. Would one housemate ensure that one housemate packs all of Lewis' belongings and return the suitcases to the Diary Room."

There is a muted reaction from a lot of the housemates.

"I knew it was going to be that," claims Brooke, who looked the least surprised of all of them.

Cameron Cole then breaks down in tears: "I just want to see him."

Big Brother has not yet revealed what Lewis said - and it's not clear if they ever will do.

Yesterday, Lewis' family spoke out to deny what he said was in any way racist or homophobic. However, they did not clarify what did happen.

In scenes previously aired in Friday night's show, Lewis was seen in the Diary Room being told by Big Brother: "Before you entered the Big Brother house the rules regarding unacceptable language were explained to you.

"Last night you used language that contravened those rules. As a result, Big Brother has no choice but to remove you from the house."

Before exiting, Lewis told Big Brother he was "devastated".

He react: "I didn't mean to offend anyone, it was a slip of the tongue. I never once tried to offend anyone or hurt anyone's feelings. It's unacceptable... I've never meant to upset anyone or hurt anyone's feelings or disrespect anyone from any background or sexuality or race or gender or religion. So yeah, I'm sorry. Obviously I'm going to pay the price."

Big Brother is back tonight (Sunday) on Channel 5 at the later than usual time of 10:30PM with a 90 minute special.

Housemates react to Lewis Flanagan and Tomasz Wania's exits

October 28, 2018

Housemates react to Lewis Flanagan and Tomasz Wania's exits
The Big Brother 2018 house reacted with tears yesterday as both Lewis Flanagan Tomasz Wania left the house.

Friday night saw an unplanned double exit in the house.

First, Channel 5 announced in the evening that Lewis had been ejected from the show with "immediate effect."

A spokesperson for Big Brother said in a statement: "Lewis has been removed from the Big Brother House for unacceptable language that contravenes the rules. Lewis has left the House with immediate effect."

Meanwhile, Tomasz Wania, Cian Carrigan and Akeem Griffiths faced the latest eviction, and it was Tomasz who left in Friday's Big Brother results.

The double departure was a big blow for Cameron, who was left in tears after the day's events. To make it worst for him, it was his birthday.

"It is such a s**t birthday," he remarked after Tomasz' eviction.

Brooke Berry encouraged: "You still have us."

Akeem said: "We'll be here with you until the end, right? I'll look after you... as long as yu look after me when I'm drunk.

"I appreciate it," Cameron replied. "We'll look after one another."

Outside the house and Tomasz donated his Big Coin balance to Cameron.

After his exit, he told DigitalSpy he felt "inspired" by Cameron's coming out during the show.

He told the website: "For me, especially, it was very powerful. First of all, I never saw anybody come out. I was never witness to it. He did it on television and it took so much courage. He just inspired me.

"I honestly didn't know he was gay until he started crying and he couldn't just utter the words. That's where I found myself in the situation. Obviously, my journey was a little bit different than his. There are only good things in his future. I'm really rooting for him."

Big Brother 2018 continues Sunday-Friday nights on Channel 5.

Sunday's episode airs at the later time of 10:30PM while the final will take place on Monday, November 5.

Why Lewis Flanagan left Big Brother as he's removed a week before the final

October 27, 2018

Why Lewis Flanagan left Big Brother as he's removed a week before the final
Here's why Lewis Flanagan was REMOVED from the Big Brother 2018 house.

Channel 5 announced earlier tonight that Lewis had been ejected from the house just over a week before the final.

He left the show with immediate effect, producers said.

In a statement, a spokesperson for Big Brother revealed why Lewis left: "Lewis has been removed from the Big Brother House for unacceptable language that contravenes the rules.

"Lewis has left the House with immediate effect."

Lewis' Twitter account - which is currently being looked after by friends and family - shed more light on what happened.

They tweeted: "Thank you to the big brother production team for trying hard to keep Lewis in the house, but due to the nature of the conversation with Brooke and Cameron today."

They added: "It was nothing to do with racism before you all start. Lol The owners of the station could not let him continue. Xx"

Although Channel 5 has yet to air the conversation, they did show Lewis' reaction to being removed.

He was called to the Diary Room and told by Big Brother: "Before you entered the Big Brother house the rules regarding unacceptable language were explained to you.

"Last night you used language that contravened those rules. As a result, Big Brother has no choice but to remove you from the house."

Lewis replied: "I would say I'm devastated. I didn't mean to offend anyone, it was a slip of the tongue. I never once tried to offend anyone or hurt anyone's feelings. It's unacceptable.

"I'm not ashamed of myself because I didn't try to offend anyone, it was just a slip of the tongue.

"Unfortunately for me my bad language and misuse of certain phrases and certain words has exploded in my face. I would apologise to anyone who I've upset.

"I've never meant to upset anyone or hurt anyone's feelings or disrespect anyone from any background or sexuality or race or gender or religion. So yeah, I'm sorry. Obviously I'm going to pay the price."

Lewis' exit came ahead of tonight's latest eviction, where Tomasz Wania got the boot.

The double departure leaves Akeem Griffiths, Cian Carrigan,, Zoe Jones, Cameron Cole, Brooke Berry and Sîan Hamshaw in the house ahead of the final on Monday on November 5.

Lewis, who had been the favourite to win the series, is the second to be removed from this year's house. Ellis Hillon got the boot just days into the season after 'offensive tweets' she made before entering came to light.

Big Brother is back on TV on Sunday night at 10:30PM for an extended 90 minute episode.

Big Brother 2018 reveals final twists for the last ever series

October 27, 2018

Big Brother 2018 reveals final twists for the last ever series
Big Brother 2018 has unveiled its plans for the final week of the show.

Two housemates will be evicted from the show next Friday just days before the final.

Last night saw Tomasz Wania become the next housemate to leave in the latest Big Brother results.

But he wasn't the only one to exit the house, with Lewis Flanagan removed from the house.

In a statement, a spokesperson for Big Brother announced: "Lewis has been removed from the Big Brother House for unacceptable language that contravenes the rules. Lewis has left the House with immediate effect."

The double departure leaves just six housemates in the house: Cameron Cole, Zoe Jones, Akeem Griffiths, Cian Carrigan, Brooke Berry and Sîan Hamshaw.

Host Emma Willis yesterday evening opened up the lines for viewers to vote for the WINNER of Big Brother 2018 - set to be the last ever series to air on UK TV.

Voting lines will freeze in next Friday's show (November 2) when the two housemates with the fewest votes will be evicted.

Lines will then re-open for the remaining four housemates before closing for good in the grand final on Monday, November 5 where the winner will be revealed.

Following Lewis' exit, the competition has seen quite the shake up as he had been the favourite to win.

Akeem is now the tip to triumph with just over a week to go. Cameron and Cian are also in the running but the girls are the ones in danger of leaving in the double eviction.

Meanwhile, this weekend will see housemates able to win Letters From Home in the latest Big Coin Auction.

The Big Brother final has been confirmed for Monday, November 5 at 10PM.

It'll be the last series to air on Channel 5 after announcing it had dropped the show last month.

They said ahead of the launch: "The forthcoming series of Big Brother will be the last - of either celebrity or civilian versions - on Channel 5. We’d like to thank Endemol and all of the production team who have worked tirelessly to make the show a success.

"We’d also like to thank our brilliant presenters - Emma on Big Brother and Rylan from Bit on the Side - for their consummate professionalism, Marcus, the voice of Big Brother and all of the housemates who have created so many memorable moments."

We're down to our six final Big Brother 2018 housemates

October 27, 2018

We're down to our six final Big Brother 2018 housemates
Here's the latest rundown on the Big Brother 2018 contestants and who left in the latest eviction.

The current - and as it stands, last ever - series of BBUK is now a just a week away from the final.

The show is will run for 53 days and with weekly evictions, here's all the latest on who's in and who's out of the house...

Big Brother 2018 contestants and results
Currently, six housemates remain in the house after 14 started the series. So far two have been evicted while one was removed.

AKEEM GRIFFITHS: 26-year-old Training Consultant from Rhondda Valley.
BROOKE BERRY: 21-year-old Freelance Graphic Designer from London
CAMERON COLE: 18-year-old vlogger from Norwich

CIAN CARRIGAN: 23-year-old Customer Service Agent for a mobile gaming company from Clonmel, Co. Tipperary
SÎAN HAMSHAW: 25-year-old waitress from Barnsley
ZOE JONES: 31-year-old carer from Halifax

REMOVED: ELLIS HILLON: 19-year-old Fast Food Restaurant Worker from Glasgow.
EVICTED FIRST: ANAMÉLIA SILVA: 31-year-old Spiritual Advisor from London
EVICTED SECOND: LEWIS GREGORY: 26-year-old Bricklayer from London
WALKED: KAY LOVELLE: 32-year-old artist from London
EVICTED THIRD: ISAAC JAGROOP: 23-year-old Footballer / Club Promoter from Birmingham

EVICTED FOURTH: KENALEY AMOS-SISSONS: 24-year-old Call Centre Worker from Nottingham
EVICTED FIFTH: HUSSAIN AHMED: 25-year-old Physiotherapist from Birmingham
EVICTED SIXTH: ISABELLA FARNESE: 23-year-old Race Horse Rider from Great Yarmouth
REMOVED: LEWIS FLANAGAN: 27-year-old Bartender from Stockton-On-Tees
EVICTED SEVENTH: TOMASZ WANIA: 31-year-old cleaner from London

Big Brother spoilers
Another week of twists and tasks await the remaining Big Brother 2018 housemates for their final week.

In Friday's last eviction lines opened for viewers to vote for their winner.

Voting will freeze in next Friday's show (November 2) where the bottom two housemates in the public vote will be given the boot in a surprise double eviction. The top four housemates will then go on to the final on Monday, November 5.

Meanwhile, this weekend will see the final Big Coin auction as housemates bid for letters from home. But as always, not every one will get them: There are only three up for grabs.

Big Brother 2018 airs Sunday-Friday nights on Channel 5

One more housemate has been evicted from Big Brother 2018 in tonight's latest results.

October 26, 2018

One more housemate has been evicted from Big Brother 2018 in tonight's latest results.

It was the closest vote of the series so far, according to host Emma Willis.

Akeem Griffiths, Cian Carrigan, and Tomasz Wania were up for the eviction ahead of the final week of Big Brother's last ever series.

And it was Tomasz who was evicted from Big Brother tonight, Emma announced in the show.

Tomasz left the house to a generally positive reception from the crowd.

Akeem, Cian, and Tomasz were originally up for eviction alongside Brooke Berry and Sîan Hamshaw, following a 'positive nominations' twist.

Both housemates and viewers voted to keep their favourites in leaving those with the fewest votes to face eviction.

But as always, they took part in the game changer with winner this week enjoying the the power to save TWO housemates from eviction.

Sian was victorious in the challenge and decided to save both herself and Brooke.

Meanwhile, Tomasz isn't the only housemate to leave the house today.

Channel 5 announced this evening that Lewis Flanagan had been REMOVED from the house for using 'unacceptable' language.

He left the show with immediate effect, producers said.

In a statement, a spokesperson for Big Brother said: "Lewis has been removed from the Big Brother House for unacceptable language that contravenes the rules. Lewis has left the House with immediate effect."

In scenes shown tonight, Lewis told Big Brother: "I'm devastated, I never planned to offend anyone. It's just a slip of the tongue. My misuse of certain words or phrases has exploded in my face.

"I apologise to anyone who I upset. I never meant to upset anyone... obviously I'm going to pay the price."

The latest exits leave just six housemates in the house: Cameron Cole, Zoe Jones, Akeem Griffiths, Cian Carrigan, Brooke Berry and Sîan Hamshaw.

Big Brother 2018 continues at 10:30PM on Sunday night on Channel 5.

The Big Brother final has been confirmed Monday, November 5 at 10PM.

Brooke Berry is NOT happy with Zoe Jones after secret task

October 26, 2018

Brooke Berry is NOT happy with Zoe Jones after secret task
Brooke Berry is less than impressed by Zoe Jones on Big Brother 2018 tonight.

And the feeling appears to be mutual as the fallout of this week's secret shopping task continues.

This week, housemates have been split into wardens - Sian, Zoe and Cameron - and inmates - Akeem, Brooke, Lewis, Cian and Tomasz - at Big Brother's Correctional Facility.

As part of the task, the inmates have been able to secretly watch and listen in on the wardens via a hidden TV in their prison cell.

They've not liked everything they've overheard with Brooke taking aim at Zoe in tonight's episode.

"I just don't want to sit with her because I don't know what kind of person she is," complains Brooke from the prison. "They're running this like an actual prison and they're our mates. They're treating us like s**t so they get nice food."

She continues: "If that's how [Zoe] acts with fake Big Coins imagine what she's going to do for £100,000. That says a lot about her person. She looks to me like the best game player in here.

"She's made it through this whole way without a single nomination by being this character and if that's how she's been talking about us for the past six weeks, she's no one's friend.

"That's upsetting because she was genuinely one of my favourite people in here for a very, very long time but it ain't this side of her that I like. If that's the real her then I ain't interested."

In the house, Zoe was equally as unhappy with the behaviour of Brooke, as well as Lewis and Cian.

She complained in the bedroom: "I'm angry, I'm upset, I'm tired, I'm due on my period and I'm just sick of being here. Instead of being with my son, I'm stuck in here with people who I don't want to be with," she says. "Lewis, Brooke and Cian haven't spoke to me all day. They haven't even said hello to me.

"Why the f**k should I sit in clothes that make me feel so fat, overweight and frumpy and butch as f**k when they're not even bothered. I look like a fat c**t and it's f**king s**t. No one gives a f**k so I'm not going to give a f**k. F**k everyone."

Big Brother 2018 airs at 10PM tonight on Channel 5.

BREAKING NEWS: Lewis has been removed from the Big Brother

October 26, 2018

BREAKING NEWS: Lewis has been removed from the Big Brother House for unacceptable language that contravenes the rules. Lewis has left the house with immediate effect

Channel 5 has announced that Lewis - who had been favourite to win - has been given the boot just over a week before the final.

He left the house with "immediate effect", producers said.

In a statement posted to Twitter, Big Brother commented: "Lewis has been removed from the Big Brother House for unacceptable language that contravenes the rules. Lewis has left the House with immediate effect. BBUK"

An official spokesperson for the show also confirmed the news with the same statement issued to press.

Precisely what Lewis said and the entire circumstances that led up to his removal have yet to be revealed.

Lewis' exit comes ahead of tonight's latest eviction, where Either Akeem Griffiths, Cian Carrigan, or Tomasz Wania will get the boot.

The departures will leave a total of six housemates going into the last full week: The two who avoid eviction will remain in the house together with Zoe Jones, Cameron Cole, Brooke Berry and Sîan Hamshaw.

The Big Brother 2018 final will take place a week from Monday on November 5.

Lewis' removal from the house is sure to shake up the entire series - as of last night, he was the hot favourite to win the show.

Aoife Heffron, spokesperson for bookmakers BoyleSports commented at the time: “The Big Brother final is in sight, but any threat to the title for Lewis has been washed away after he moved into even money favouritism on Monday following a burst of fresh support.

"Akeem began to close in on Lewis last week, but his recent move has put him in an almost unreachable position at the head of the betting.”

Lewis is the second housemate to be removed from this year's series, following Ellis Hillon who got the boot just days into the season over 'offensive tweets' made before entering.

For now, Big Brother 2018 continues tonight at 10PM on Channel 5 with the latest highlights and eviction.

Following that, Big Brother will return to TV on Sunday night at 10:30PM with an extended 90 minute episode.

Akeem Griffiths gets a visitor as prison task continues

October 26, 2018

Akeem Griffiths gets a visitor as prison task continues
In this evening's show, the latest shopping challenge continues.

This week, housemates have been split into wardens - Sian, Zoe and Cameron - and inmates - Akeem, Brooke, Lewis, Cian and Tomasz - at Big Brother's Correctional Facility.

The wardens were led to believe that they must ensure the inmates follow all rules to pass the task.

However, unknown to the them at the start, the real task involves a convict named 'Dirty Dave' who secretly communicates to the prisoners in their cell. He's been setting the prisoners various secret challenges which they must complete without the wardens finding out.

And as part of the twist, the prisoners are able to spy on the wardens using a secret TV screen within the jail. It enables the prisoners to both watch and listen to the wardens.

It led to lot of fun and drama in last night's show, which continues this evening.

Tonight, one of the Big Brother inmates gets a visitor.

Big Brother announces: "Akeem has the power of knowledge and is the only inmate that will receive a visitor from the outside world."

In the Diary Room, Big Brother tells him: "One of your closest loved ones is waiting for you. You may ask this visitor any question you like to gain knowledge about the outside world."

Meanwhile, Cameron thinks he and the other wardens are being too harsh on the inmates.

He tells Sian: "You can have a laugh. We can all get in to characters but there's getting into characters and then there's just treating people like s**t that we've lived with for six weeks. That's what I didn't like yesterday. That's why I was annoyed at you both.

"There's getting into roles and then there's basically treating people like s**t and I'd rather eat noting next week then treat people like s**t. I think it's gone a bit too far."

Big Brother 2018 airs tonight at 10PM on Channel 5.

Eviction - who will go tonight?!

October 26, 2018

Eviction - who will go tonight?!
Three housemates face the next eviction from Big Brother 2018 tonight - but who will leave?

It was a double eviction last week while this evening one more housemate will be saying goodbye.

Either Akeem Griffiths, Cian Carrigan, or Tomasz Wania will get the boot this evening.

And it's shaping up to be the closest eviction of the series so far.

Tomasz is currently chalked up as the favourite with the bookies to be given axe, ahead of Akeem and then Cian.

In our website poll, Tomasz also leads the way to be evicted but only 18% of the vote splits all three of the guys.

On the other hand, after avoiding being put up for eviction, Lewis Flanagan finds himself as the current favourite to win the series.

Aoife Heffron, Spokesperson for BoyleSports commented: “The Big Brother final is in sight, but any threat to the title for Lewis has been washed away after he moved into even money favouritism on Monday following a burst of fresh support.

"Akeem began to close in on Lewis last week, but his recent move has put him in an almost unreachable position at the head of the betting.”

This week's nominations took place on Sunday with a 'positive' twist.

Housemates as well as viewers voted to keep their favourites in leaving those with the fewest votes to face eviction.

Akeem, Cian, and Tomasz were originally up for eviction alongside both Brooke Berry and Sîan Hamshaw.

But as always, they were able to take part in the game changer.

Competing alongside richest housemate Zoe, this week housemates had the ability to save TWO housemates from eviction.

Sian was victorious in the task and ended up saving both herself and Brooke, securing themselves a place in the final week.

Big Brother 2018 airs tonight, Friday October 26 at 10PM on Channel 5.

Big Brother's final series will conclude on Monday, November 5 at 10PM.

Housemates sent to prison for latest shopping task

October 25, 2018

Housemates sent to prison for latest shopping task
The Big Brother 2018 housemates are sent to prison for their latest shopping task this week.

In a throwback to a classic task from the Channel 4 days, Big Brother has opened up its own 'Correctional Facility'.

The official Big Brother account tweeted: "The classic Big Brother prisoner / warden task is back – but this time with a twist! Welcome to Big Brother’s Correctional Facility… 👮‍ 👮‍ 😮 BBUK tonight at 10pm Channel 5"

For the task, Sian, Zoe and Cameron will take on the role of prison wardens while all other housemates will be inmates and get locked up.

Zoe read out the instructions to the group: "Housemates following a series of rule breaks, insubordinate behaviour and repeated misconduct, Big Brother has decided that it would benefit housemates to spend a day behind bars as the Big Brother House becomes the Big Brother Correctional Facility.

"For this week's shopping task, Akeem, Brook, Cian, Lewis and Tomasz will become the newest inmates of Big Brother's Correctional Facility. "

The prisoners have been set a variety of chores to complete and given rules that the wardens must enforce.

The rules include a ban on all swearing and the wearing of prison outfits.

Zoe continued: "Inmates should only be outside of their cell when performing their chores or granted yard time when they may return to the house.

"To pass this week's shopping task, the wardens must ensure that prison rules are adhered to by inmates. All inmates should be on their best behaviour at all times."

The task got initial approval from Tomasz, who quipped: "Oh yeah Daddy let's play prison. I'm going to drop the soap."

Big Brother 2018 airs Sunday - Friday nightly on Channel 5 at 10PM.

Akeem Griffiths gets information from the outside world

October 25, 2018

Akeem Griffiths gets information from the outside world
Akeem Griffiths has received his 'Power Of Knowledge' on Big Brother 2018.

In Tuesday's highlights, Big Brother called Akeem to the Diary Room to give him more tip-offs as part of the twist.

Big Brother informed Akeem of the results of this week's nominations, which see him facing eviction.

In addition, Big Brother gave Akeem the power to ask viewers a yes or no question. He asked: "Do you think I deserve to be final?"

Viewers could answer the question via the BBUK app with the result revealed to Akeem in Thursday's episode.

And it was good news for Akeem, as Big Brother informed him that the public voted that he did deserve to be in the final.

Akeem won the 'Power Of Knowledge' in a new twist at the weekend.

Sunday evening's episode saw it 'rain money' in the garden as so-called Money Balls drop from the sky into the house.

Housemates had to collect as many of the balls as they can and deposit them in a box with their face on it. Each of the balls represented one Big Coin.

At the end, Zoe, Akeem and Cian were the richest housemates with 1,217, 952 and 951 Big Coins respectively. The three poorest housemates were Sian, Brooke and Tomasz with 880, 732 and 288 Big Coins respectively.

After the task, housemates took part in Big Brother's Big Auction with a mysterious top lot of a jigsaw piece that would give the owner a special privilege.

Akeem won the lot with a bid of more than 900 Big Coins after a bidding war involving himself, Lewis, Cian and Brooke. Akeem was subsequently provided with the jigsaw piece which completed the mind puzzle in the garden.

For completing the puzzle, Akeem won the 'Power Of Knowledge'. Big Brother announced: "Over the coming days you will reap the rewards of this power. With great knowledge, comes great power."

In the Diary Room, Big Brother told Akeem: "Knowledge will be shared with you over the coming days and must not be shared with your fellow housemates."

Big Brother then gave Akeem his first bit of knowledge, revealing that nominations on Sunday would be 'positive nominations'. Housemates will nominate their favourite two housemates to stay and those with the fewest nominations will be up for eviction.

Other lots in the auction were a 'Box of Fun' full of games and a 'Curry Night For 4'.

Big Brother 2018 continues Sunday-Friday nights at 10PM on Channel 5.

BREAKING NEWS!

October 24, 2018

BREAKING NEWS!
Channel 5 confirm that Big Brother will conclude on Monday, 5th November at 10-11.15pm in an episode titled “Goodbye Big Brother: Live Final”

“Big Brother’s Last Bit on the Side” airs 11.15-12.30am

Three face eviction - who goes? 

October 24, 2018

Three face eviction - who goes? 
It was a double eviction last week, leaving a total of eight housemates currently in the house.

But another will end up getting the boot on Friday with a trio up for the axe.

Akeem Griffiths, Cian Carrigan, and Tomasz Wania are all facing Friday's latest eviction after another week of twists.
Akeem, Cian, and Tomasz were originally put up for eviction with Brooke Berry and Sîan Hamshaw after a 'positive nominations' twist.

This week both housemates and viewers voted for their favourites and those with the fewest votes were put up for eviction.

With 0 positive nominations from housemates, Akeem was put up for the axe with Tomasz and Cian who each had one positive nomination from the house.

Brooke, Sian, and the already nominated Tomasz received the fewest votes in the secret viewer nominations.

As a result, Akeem, Tomasz, Cian, Brooke and Sian were all put up for eviction before the game changer.

In the game changer they took part alongside richest housemate Zoe and this week housemates had the ability to save TWO housemates from eviction.

The game changer task saw the six competing housemates each tackle a course of ever-narrowing balancing beams.

They not only had to complete the course without falling but raise a number of flags along the way. Each flag represented a different number of points. The housemates who scored the most points would win the task.

Sian won the task and saved both Brooke and herself, leaving Akeem, Cian, and Tomasz up for the axe.

Big Brother 2018 continues Thursday night at 10PM on Channel 5. The next eviction will take place on Friday with host Emma Willis.

Spoilers! as housemates take on the final game changer task

October 24, 2018

Spoilers!
as housemates take on the final game changer task
Currently five housemates - Akeem Griffiths, Brooke Berry, Cian Carrigan, Sîan Hamshaw and Tomasz Wania - are up for eviction this week.

They were put up for the potential axe following a 'reverse nominations' twist that saw both viewers and housemates nominating their favourite housemates. Those with the least votes from both fans and their fellow housemates were put up for eviction.

Akeem, Tomasz and Cian were the trio who failed to impress their housemates while Brooke and Sian, as well as the already nominated Tomasz, received the least votes in the viewer poll, which remains unknown to the group.

But before lines open to evict one of them, tonight sees the final game changer task. All five nominated housemates will take part alongside Zoe Jones, as she is the richest housemate.

In one last twist, this week's Game Changer winner will have the ability to save TWO housemates, including themselves as always.

Big Brother reveals the new task tonight, called the Balance Of Power.

One by one, each of the six competing housemates will attempt a course of ever narrowing balancing beams.

Along the course are a number of flags they have to pick up. Each flag is worth a certain number of points. The winner will be the housemate who completes the course with the most points.

"Every single person involved in the game changer has never won a game before," observes Brooke before the task. "So when you've got five people , all wanting to save themselves, the odds aren't great."

Elsewhere in tonight's highlights, Lewis, Zoe and Cian continue with their punishment of being shackled together after breaking nomination rules.

Meanwhile, Lewis and Cameron come to blows while Lewis also gets on the nerves of some of the other housemates.

Big Brother 2018 airs tonight at 10PM on Channel 5.

Lewis Flanagan brands Cameron Cole a 'f**king weirdo' after row

October 24, 2018

Lewis Flanagan brands Cameron Cole a 'f**king weirdo' after row
Cameron Cole and Lewis Flanagan locked horns in the Big Brother 2018 house yesterday.

The pair clashed in the bathroom over Cameron's closeness to Akeem Griffiths.

Lewis previously voiced his displeasure with Cameron for spending more time with Akeem, and for saving him over Isabella in Friday's eviction.

Yesterday in the house, Lewis again took aim at Cameron for supposedly ignoring him over the past week.

"When's the last time me and you had a proper conversation?" Lewis confronted Cameron.

Cameron insisted they had spent plenty of time with one another, branding Lewis' thoughts "a bit ridiculous".

"I can't f**king believe you," he added.

But Lewis wouldn't let it go.

"You can have a conversation with Akeem but not with me now?" he asked.

Cameron snapped: "I'm going to sit on my f**king own. It's a f**king waste of time, it really is. You can't do anything in here. You can't have more than one friend. F**k's sake."

As Cameron stormed out, Lewis branded him a "f**king weirdo" with the pair's friendship left at breaking point.

Later on, they try and talk things out at the hot tub.

"It's not from a place of jealousy or possessiveness," Lewis says of his comments, "It's a place of love."

Meanwhile, Lewis came under attack from his fellow housemates after spending the afternoon making annoying noises in the garden.

It followed him complaining about the 'sex talk' in the house and asking for more 'intelligent' conversations.

Cian Carrigan remarked: "I think it's so funny that we can't do sexual innuendos but he can go and scream like that.

"It's all fine and dandy but when you're preaching about wanting to have intelligent conversations and you're screaming outside like your being f**ked in the a**e by a rhinoceros... I don't really smell intelligence at this time."

Big Brother 2018 airs tonight at 10PM on Channel 5.

Spoilers!  Preview tonight's latest highlights as nominations are revealed

October 23, 2018

Spoilers! 
Preview tonight's latest highlights as nominations are revealed
In this evening's episode, housemates are told of the latest nomination results.

Akeem Griffiths, Brooke Berry, Cian Carrigan, Sîan Hamshaw and Tomasz Wania are all currently up for Friday's latest eviction, following a 'positive nominations' twist.

However, housemates are unaware that both Brooke and Sian were put up for eviction as a result of the secret viewer vote.

It leads to the pair doubting their position in the house, under the belief that no housemates nominated them positively.

Meanwhile, yet another nomination rule break leads to a punishment.

Lewis Flanagan, Cian and Zoe Jones are hauled into the Diary Room by Big Brother after talking about nominations once again.

Big Brother informs the trio "The rules regarding the discussion of nominations have been explained to you on several occasions. Over the last few days all of you have broken these rules.

"You will be punished collectively. Would one of you collect the item from the hatch."

The three piece find themselves shackled together for the rest of the day.

Elsewhere in tonight's show, Cameron gets spooked yet again by the supposed Big Brother ghost and Tomasz works out with some yoga poses.

Tomasz also vents about Lewis' complaints over his 'sexual innuendos'.

"I can't change things about myself, it's just my character. It's my way of having fun. It's so frustrating," he tells Big Brother in the Diary Room.

And Cameron says he "feels sick" about facing the outside world following the end of the show.

He also expresses more guilt over having to sent home Isabella in Friday's eviction. He tells Zoe: "I can't get over the guilt. I can't get over the fact I've ended someone else's experience. She should still be here now."

Big Brother 2018 airs Sunday to Friday at 10PM on Channel 5.

Housemates punished after discussing nominations AGAIN

October 23, 2018

Housemates punished after discussing nominations AGAIN
Big Brother housemates have been caught out discussing nominations yet again.

After a previous punishment saw the group having to live off basic rations, it seems some have yet to learn their lesson.

In tonight's show, Lewis Flanagan, Cian Carrigan and Zoe Jones are hauled into the Diary Room by Big Brother.

Big Brother tells the group: "The rules regarding the discussion of nominations have been explained to you on several occasions. Over the last few days all of you have broken these rules.

"You will be punished collectively. Would one of you collect the item from the hatch."

Inside the hatch, the trio found a set of shackles as Big Brother explained: "Big Brother will be shackling the three of you together until further notice."

Lewis, Cian and Zoe found themselves locked together and must stay locked together everywhere they go throughout the house, except for the toilet.

The latest rule break follows housemates heading into the Diary Room on Sunday night for this week's nominations.

Akeem Griffiths, Brooke Berry, Cian Carrigan, Sîan Hamshaw and Tomasz Wania are all currently up for Friday's latest eviction.

In a twist, housemates were asked to give 'positive nominations', naming their two favourite housemates. The housemates with the fewest nominations would face the axe.

This was Akeem, Tomasz and Cian with zero and one nomination each respectively. In addition, viewers also voted for their favourite housemate in a secret poll. The three with the least votes were Brooke and Sian, as well as the already nominated Tomasz.

As a result, Akeem, Brooke, Cian, Sian and Tomasz all currently face the latest eviction this week.

However they'll all get the chance to save themselves in the weekly game changer task, along with Zoe who is the richest housemate.

Big Brother 2018 airs Sunday to Friday at 10PM on Channel 5.

Akeem Griffiths gets more from the 'Power Of Knowledge' twist

October 22, 2018

Akeem Griffiths gets more from the 'Power Of Knowledge' twist
Akeem Griffiths has received more from the 'Power Of Knowledge' on Big Brother 2018.

In tonight's highlights, Big Brother called Akeem to the Diary Room to give him more tip-offs as part of the twist.

Big Brother informed Akeem of the results of this week's nominations, which see him currently facing eviction.

In addition, Big Brother gave Akeem the power to ask viewers a yes or no question. He asked: "Do you think I deserve to be final?"

Viewers can answer the question via the BBUK app with the result revealed to Akeem later this week.

Akeem won the 'Power Of Knowledge' in a new twist at the weekend.

Sunday evening's episode saw it 'rain money' in the garden as so-called Money Balls drop from the sky into the house.

Housemates had to collect as many of the balls as they can and deposit them in a box with their face on it. Each of the balls represented one Big Coin.

At the end, Zoe, Akeem and Cian were the richest housemates with 1,217, 952 and 951 Big Coins respectively. The three poorest housemates were Sian, Brooke and Tomasz with 880, 732 and 288 Big Coins respectively.

After the task, housemates took part in Big Brother's Big Auction with a mysterious top lot of a jigsaw piece that would give the owner a special privilege.

Akeem won the lot with a bid of more than 900 Big Coins after a bidding war involving himself, Lewis, Cian and Brooke. Akeem was subsequently provided with the jigsaw piece which completed the mind puzzle in the garden.

For completing the puzzle, Akeem won the 'Power Of Knowledge'. Big Brother announced: "Over the coming days you will reap the rewards of this power. With great knowledge, comes great power."

In the Diary Room, Big Brother told Akeem: "Knowledge will be shared with you over the coming days and must not be shared with your fellow housemates."

Big Brother then gave Akeem his first bit of knowledge, revealing that nominations on Sunday would be 'positive nominations'. Housemates will nominate their favourite two housemates to stay and those with the fewest nominations will be up for eviction.

Other lots in the auction were a 'Box of Fun' full of games and a 'Curry Night For 4'.

Big Brother 2018 continues Sunday-Friday nights at 10PM on Channel 5.

 

Five housemates currently face eviction

October 22, 2018

Five housemates currently face eviction
A total of five housemates are currently up for eviction on Big Brother 2018 this week.

Last Friday night's latest live show was a double eviction as we said goodbye to Hussain Ahmed and Isabella Farnese - just two weeks after they entered the house.

On Sunday, housemates were called to the Diary Room to nominate once more this week's nominations results were announced in Monday's highlights show.

Akeem Griffiths, Brooke Berry, Cian Carrigan, Sîan Hamshaw and Tomasz Wania are all currently up for Friday's latest eviction.

They ended up facing the axe after a nominations twist that saw housemates give 'positive nominations'.

Rather than voting for who they wanted out, housemates were told by Big Brother they had to vote for their two favourites housemates who wanted to keep in. Those with the fewest nominations would be put up for eviction.

Cameron, Brooke and Zoe had the most positive nominations with 3 each. Sian and Lewis received two positive nominations each.

Those with the fewest positive nominations were Akeem - with 0 nominations - and Tomasz and Cian with one nomination each. All three were put up for the public vote.

As well as the housemates, viewers also made their weekly secret nominations via a free online poll on the official BBUK app, voting for their favourite housemates. The THREE housemates with the fewest votes from viewers were also put up for this week's eviction.

These housemates were Brooke and Sian, as well as the already nominated Tomasz.

Therefore Akeem, Brooke, Cian, Sian and Tomasz all currently face the latest eviction this week. Lewis Flanagan, Zoe Jones and Cameron Cole are the only face housemates.

Those currently up for eviction will once again have the chance to save themselves in the Game Changer. The housemates left up for eviction after the task will go forward to face the public vote on Friday.

Big Brother 2018 continues Sunday-Friday nights at 10PM on Channel 5. The latest eviction takes place on Friday with host Emma Willis at the helm.

Akeem Griffiths gets between Cameron Cole and Lewis Flanagan

October 22, 2018

Akeem Griffiths gets between Cameron Cole and Lewis Flanagan
Cameron Cole and Lewis Flanagan's friendship is tested in tonight's Big Brother highlights.

The pair have been almost inseparable up until now, but Akeem Griffiths ends up coming between them.

In the Diary Room, Cameron admits he's been getting closer to Akeem in recent days.

He tells Big Brother: "Pretty much everyone gets on with everyone. I mean, me and Akeem, we are quite close now. I don't think Lewis is jealous... I don't think I'm spending more time with Akeem."

Later, Cameron speaks to Akeem about how their growing friendship may impact Lewis.

He says to Akeem: "I don't think it would effect mine and his [Lewis] relationship, the fact our connection is getting better and stronger. I would definitely trust you now."

Akeem replies: "I definitely see you like a little cousin."

But it turns out that Lewis isn't completely happy about Cameron spending more time with Akeem, and his decision to save him in Friday's eviction.

"I haven't seen you for ages, I forgot me and you were friends. I can't remember the last time me and you spent time together," Lewis tells Cameron.

"You can have other friends too," he continues, before adding: "The only thing is you kept Akeem over Isabella and that's made me... You choosing Akeem over Isabella could potentially bite me in the arse in the future.

"With Isabella being here I could count four people being in my favour and now it's three. And I can't be doing with his theatrics."

Cameron reacts: "I couldn't have sent him home. I couldn't have done it."

Elsewhere tonight, housemates nominate but have to give 'positive nominations', telling Big Brother who they want to stay in the house. Those housemates with the fewest votes from their fellow housemates will face eviction.

In addition to the housemates' nominations, viewers could also nominate by voting for their own favourite housemate via the BBUK app over the weekend. The three housemates with the fewest votes will join those put up for eviction by the rest of the house.

Big Brother 2018 airs tonight at 10PM on Channel 5.

Spoilers!  as housemates nominate (with a new twist)

October 22, 2018

Spoilers! 
as housemates nominate (with a new twist)
Here's a first look at tonight's Big Brother 2018 highlights as housemates nominate.

But this week there's a twist.

Host Emma Willis announced last Friday that we would would see a new 'positive nominations twist', involving both viewers and the housemates.

In tonight's show, Big Brother gathers the housemates as usual for nominations. They're then called to the Diary Room in turn but they're told to vote for their two favourite housemates who they want to keep in the house.

Those housemates with the fewest votes from their fellow housemates will face eviction.

In addition to the housemates' nominations, viewers could also nominate by voting for their own favourite housemate in a free poll on the BBUK app over the weekend. The three housemates with the fewest votes will join those put up for eviction by the rest of the house.

Elsewhere tonight, housemates take part in a 'suggestions box' task. Each must anonymously write some suggestions for their fellow housemates and place them inside a sealed box.

The group then gathers to read out the suggestions one at a time. With each suggestion read out, the person who wrote it can choose to stand up and explain more or they can keep quiet.

One of the suggestions put forward is by Lewis who complains: "This is mine. I counted for a day the sexual innuendos that happened and it was over 300. For me, it happens every day."

Tomasz hits back: "That's not going to change, that's who I am and if you don't like it you don't have to sit next to me."

Meanwhile, Brooke is left questioning how her relationship with Lewis is coming across on TV.

She asks Zoe: "Do you think my relationship with Lewis is weird? 'Cause I'm gay, does it look like we're flirting?"

Zoe replies: "Not in a serious way... maybe more on Lewis' part!"

Brooke responds: "I'm like that with people in general, men and women. If it was a woman it'd be different."

Big Brother 2018 airs tonight at 10PM on Channel 5.

Isabella Farnese has hit out at Cameron Cole after he evicted her in last night's Big Brother 2018 results.

October 21, 2018

Isabella Farnese has hit out at Cameron Cole after he evicted her in last night's Big Brother 2018 results.

Friday evening saw a surprise double eviction on Big Brother as both Isabella and Hussain Ahmed were sent packing.

The two new housemates were given the boot in two very different evictions just weeks after entering the house.

First to go was Hussain who had faced eviction against Lewis and Tomasz in the public vote following nominations earlier in the week.

Straight afterwards Emma announced a shock new twist as the remaining housemates were asked to immediately nominate again. As the richest housemate, Cameron was immune and had to decide which of the nominated housemates would be evicted.

Akeem, Isabella and Lewis received the most nominations but before Cameron made his decision, they faced The Game Changer. Lewis won the task and saved himself from a eviction.

Cameron therefore had to pick either Akeem and Isabella to evict and sent Isabella home.

Speaking after her exit today, Isabella hit out at the twist and Cameron's decision.

She said: "I don't think it was fair at all. I think I would have been there a lot longer if it wasn't down to them. I really don't feel like it was fair. It's like it hit home now. I'm really, really, really, really gutted… I don't think I should have been called tonight."

Speaking to DigitalSpy, Isabella went on to suggest that Cameron's decision was down to "jealousy".

She explained: Relations were starting to blossom and I was starting to feel comfortable, and I've gone. I'm just so upset that my stay in the house was put down to them and not to the public. I feel as though Cameron's decision was maybe more jealousy than genuine.

"I think it's because of Lewis, because me and Lewis were getting close in the house. We were finally starting to, I don't know, build a bond. I don't think he liked that."

Big Brother returns Sunday night with all the aftermath from the double eviction at 10PM on Channel 5.

Cameron Cole's new hair cut causes a big argument

October 21, 2018

Cameron Cole's new hair cut causes a big argument
Cameron Cole's new hair cut caused quite the stir in the Big Brother 2018 house this weekend.

Brooke Berry and Sîan Hamshaw gave Cameron a trim at his request, but Lewis Flanagan wasn't impressed with the results and made sure everyone knew his opinion.

"That is insane. I can't believe how they've tried to convince you that's a good hair cut," he told Cameron of the new look." That's embarrassing. You've been butchered. You shouldn't have let them do it... It looks like Edward Scissorhands cut your hair somehow."

Sian defended the cut: "I like it, I think it looks good."

Lewis replied: "He looks cool, I'm not saying he's ugly or he's a ****. I'm just saying I don't like the hair cut. I think it's been butchered that's all."

Sian responded: "But you could say it a bit nicer."

Brooke added: "He can get it done a thousand times better on the outside. We've just given him the little change he wanted and he feels better about it, so what's the downside?"

Lewis continued: "There's nothing good about that haircut. He looks cool, he can pull it off because he's handsome... telling him that it's Vogue or editorial because you messed his hair up is patronising.

"I'm being honest. I think you've butchered him. It's wonky, it's not blended in, it's too high on one side, it's too low on the other side. He's been absolutely butchered."

Sian snapped back at Lewis: "You don't go in like that. You don't just be a p***k about it... You're saying it in a rude way."

Lewis claimed the girls were offended by his 'review' but Brooke told him: "I'm not offended that you don't like it, I just think it could be said in a nicer way to him.

"Saying it is gonna make him self-conscious and especially if you keep repeating the fact we've 'butchered his hair'."

"It's my freedom of speech" declared Lewis.

Brooke concluded: "Just don't make him self-conscious 'cos it ain't fair."

Big Brother 2018 continues Sunday night at 10PM on Channel 5.

Emma Willis want to keep hosting Big Brother if it moved channels

October 21, 2018

Emma Willis want to keep hosting Big Brother if it moved channels

Big Brother host Emma Willis says she hopes to keep on hosting the show if it moved channels again.

Channel 5 confirmed ahead of the current series launch that it had axed Big Brother and Celebrity Big Brother after seven years. The show started on the channel in 2011 after a decade on Channel 4, but won't be back after 2018.

Emma had originally started on Channel 4's Big Brother spin-off Little Brother before taking over the hosting duties of the main show on Channel 5.

And speaking this week, Emma said she'd happily follow the series to yet another home if it were to move channels again.

She told the Radio Times: "Would I be a part of another Big Brother? Why wouldn't I?

"I've been a part of it for such a long time. As long as diaries allowed for it and it was still the Big Brother I know and love, then yes."

Meanwhile, in a chat with The Sun newspaper, Emma was optimistic that Big Brother wasn't over for good.

Saying she was "sad and disappointed" the current series was set to be the last, Emma suggested the show could make a comeback after some time off air.

She said: “I feel sad and disappointed because it’s been a massive part of my life as a human being before I worked on it and also as a career and as a member of the British public, as it’s been on TV for almost 20 years.

“I am sad about it but everything needs a break at some point or a rest or a new home to breathe life into it again.

“So hopefully it will come back in some way shape or form at some point but if it does come back it needs to be in the right way and not rushed.”

Big Brother currently airs Sunday-Fridays at 10PM on Channel 5.

Spoiler!  'Reverse nominations' twist revealed for this week

October 20, 2018

Spoiler! 
'Reverse nominations' twist revealed for this week
Big Brother has revealed a brand new nominations twist for the week ahead.

It follows a shock double eviction on Friday which ended with both Hussain Ahmed and Isabella Farnese being evicted.

Hussain was given the boot by the public in the usual weekly eviction before Isabella was evicted by Cameron Cole following a 'week of Big Brother in a night'. After Hussain's eviction, housemates nominated, played the game changer and faced the eviction all in just an hour. As the richest housemate, Cameron decided who was evicted.

But all the twists are far from over.

Host Emma Willis announced that this weekend would see a new 'positive nominations twist', involving both viewers and the housemates.

Once again, viewers can secretly nominate by voting for their favourite housemate in a free poll on the BBUK app or official Big Brother website. This week the THREE housemates with the fewest votes will go up for eviction.

The housemates will then nominate on Sunday but provide 'positive nominations'. They'll have to vote for their two favourite housemates who they want to stay in the house.

The housemates with the fewest votes from their fellow housemates will join those put forward by viewers to face eviction.

Big Brother previously told the group: "For those still in the game, decisions have greater consequences. Allegiances are even more important. And Big Coins hold incredible value. The game is about to go to the next level."

"Remember every week could be your last. Good luck, may the best housemate win," Big Brother concluded.

Following the double eviction on Friday a total of eight housemates are in the house with the series now nearing the final.

They are Lewis Flanagan, Tomasz Wania, Akeem Griffiths, Brooke Berry, Cameron Cole, Cian Carrigan, Sîan Hamshaw and Zoe Jones.

Lewis is the current favourite to win the series.

Big Brother 2018 continues Sunday-Fridays at 10PM on Channel 5 and will conclude in November.

It follows a shock double eviction tonight which ended with both Hussain Ahmed and Isabella Farnese being evicted.

October 19, 2018

Hussain Ahmed and Isabella Farnese react to their evictions
Two housemates left Big Brother 2018 in Friday's latest results show.

Yesterday evening saw a surprise double eviction.

During the latest episode, Emma Willis first revealed to the House that Hussain was the fifth housemate to be evicted from the Big Brother House. He faced eviction against Lewis and Isabella.

After saying goodbye to his fellow housemates, Hussain left the House to boos, and said to Emma: “I have gone and messed it up haven’t I? I knew it was going to be me as I was causing a stir and the big characters have gone before, I see myself as a big character and it is what it is.”

Straight afterwards Emma announced to the house there would be a week of Big Brother in one night starting with speed nominations in the diary room with Cameron being immune as he had the most Big Coins and was the richest housemate.

Straight afterwards Big Brother announced that Akeem, Isabella and Lewis would face eviction as they had the most nominations given to them by their fellow housemates.

These housemates faced The Game Changer – the winner would get the power to save one person from eviction. Lewis won the game and decided to save himself and was staying “until the public drag him out.”

This meant that Akeem and Isabella now faced eviction, Cameron as the richest housemate had to decide who to evict – he chose Isabella.

Isabella after saying some quick goodbyes was greeted to cheers from the crowd. She told Emma “I am so gutted, I don’t know why I am here. I wanted it to be down to the public.”

She admitted she thought Cameron would save her over Akeem, before giving her Big Coin balance to Lewis.

Spoiler!  New nominations twist revealed for the week ahead

October 19, 2018

Spoiler! 
New nominations twist revealed for the week ahead
Big Brother has revealed a brand new nominations twist for the week ahead.

It follows a shock double eviction tonight which ended with both Hussain Ahmed and Isabella Farnese being evicted.

Hussain was given the boot by the public in the usual weekly eviction before Isabella was evicted by Cameron Cole following a 'week of Big Brother in a night'. After Hussain's eviction, housemates nominated, played the game changer and faced the eviction all in just an hour.

But all the twists are far from over.

Host Emma Willis announced that next week would see a new 'positive nominations twist', involving both viewers and the housemates.

Once again, viewers can secretly nominate by voting for their favourite housemate in a free poll on the BBUK app or official Big Brother website. The three housemates with the fewest votes will go up for eviction.

The housemates will then nominate on Sunday but provide 'positive nominations'. They'll have to vote for their two favourite housemates who they want to stay in the house.

The housemates with the fewest votes from their fellow housemates will join those put forward by viewers to face eviction.

Big Brother previously told the group: "For those still in the game, decisions have greater consequences. Allegiances are even more important. And Big Coins hold incredible value. The game is about to go to the next level."

"Remember every week could be your last. Good luck, may the best housemate win," Big Brother concluded.

Following the double eviction a total of eight housemates are in the house with the series now nearing the final.

They are Lewis Flanagan, Tomasz Wania, Akeem Griffiths, Brooke Berry, Cameron Cole, Cian Carrigan, Sîan Hamshaw and Zoe Jones.

Lewis is the current favourite to win the series.

Big Brother 2018 continues Sunday-Fridays at 10PM on Channel 5 and will conclude in November.

Another housemate evicted after SHOCK twist

October 19, 2018

Another housemate evicted after SHOCK twist
A sixth housemate has been given a surprise eviction from Big Brother 2018 in tonight's results.

After another week of twists, Lewis Flanagan, Hussain Ahmed and Tomasz Wania were all left facing this week's usual eviction.

Viewers voted to evict as usual and it was Hussain who was evicted from Big Brother 2018 tonight earlier in the show.

However unknown to the housemates that was only the first half of a double eviction.

A second, shock exit saw Isabella Farnese given the boot after a bombshell twist took the house by surprise.

Following the results of the main public vote, the rest of the housemates found out they were not safe for another week.

Instead, they were told they faced 'a whole week of Big Brother in a night'.

Straight after the first eviction, housemates were shocked when they're asked to nominate again. As the richest housemate, Cameron Cole was told he was immune from eviction.

In a round of speed nominations, each housemate gave two names of who they wanted to face eviction.

Big Brother nominations: Who nominated who?
Akeem nominated Lewis and Isabella
Brooke nominated Isabella and Lewis
Cameron nominated Isabella and Sian
Cian nominated Lewis and Akeem
Isabella nominated Akeem and Brooke

Lewis nominated Tomasz and Akeem
Sian nominated Lewis and Akeem
Tomasz nominated Cian and Lewis
Zoe nominated Akeem and Isabella

Therefore, Akeem and Lewis had 5 nominations and Isabella 4 nominations. As a result, they were put up for the second eviction of the night. Brooke, Cian, Sian and Tomasz all received one nomination. Zoe didn't receive any nominations.

The nominated housemates automatically went forward to play the game changer, alongside richest housemate Cameron. Cameron also chose Zoe and Tomasz to play the game changer.

Akeem, Lewis, Isabella, Cameron, Zoe and Tomas took on the task called 'Chain Reaction'. Each housemate had to unlock a series of padlocks attached to a chain by finding the right keys. The first housemate to remove all their padlocks was able to hit a buzzer, winning the game.

Lewis won the task and had the power to save one housemate from eviction, choosing himself.

That left Akeem and Isabella facing eviction - but there was no public vote.

Instead, as the richest housemate, Cameron had to decide which of the pair had to be evicted.

Cameron evicted Isabella, saying: "I'm so sorry. I know you'll never forgive me. If I were you I'd be devastated."

Following the eviction a total of eight housemates are in the house with the series now nearing the final.

They are Lewis, Tomasz, Akeem Griffiths, Brooke Berry, Cameron Cole, Cian Carrigan, Sîan Hamshaw and Zoe Jones.

Big Brother 2018 continues Sunday-Fridays at 10PM on Channel 5 and will conclude in November.

Online streaming service Netflix have reportedly scheduled secret meetings with Endemol Shine Group to buy the rights to Big Brother, according to the Sun Online.

October 19, 2018

Online streaming service Netflix have reportedly scheduled secret meetings with Endemol Shine Group to buy the rights to Big Brother, according to the Sun Online.

Big Brother is currently without a home once its current deal with Channel 5 ends at the end of this year, after the broadcaster announced that it would not be renewing its contract to air the show.

A source told the Sun: “Netflix could be the saviours of Big Brother — the news fans have wanted to hear since Channel 5 made the announcement.

“Executives at Endemol are meeting with Netflix early next week. Of course it’s still early days”

They added “Streaming sites have a lot of money so it’s an option they’re looking at.”

Peter Salmon, chief creative officer of Endemol Shine has also recently hinted that the show could live on elsewhere. In an interview with The Guardian, he said he thinks Big Brother has ‘a life beyond television channels’”

“There are other roads you can take with this format so we’re pretty optimistic. ‘It’s currently on in five more territories this year than it was last year. It’s on in 20 at the moment, the UK is just one of them. ‘It’s one of these superbrand that has a life beyond television channels, whether it’s on new platforms or living in a digital space. ‘I think it’s highly likely from conversations we’re having, that it will continue here.’

Big Brother is currently airing its potentially final series on Channel 5, with the final expected to air November 5.

Results!  Who left? Fifth housemate is evicted!

October 19, 2018

Results! 
Who left? Fifth housemate is evicted!
Tonight's Big Brother 2018 results - who was evicted?
A fifth housemate has been evicted in tonight's Big Brother 2018 results.

The latest live show took place on Channel 5 this evening with host Emma Willis.

After another week of twists, Lewis Flanagan, Hussain Ahmed and Tomasz Wania faced off in tonight's public vote.

And it was Hussain who was evicted this evening, receiving the most votes to go from viewers.

He left to a rather negative reaction from the crowd, just two weeks after entering as a new housemate.

Lewis, Hussain and Tomasz originally faced eviction together with Isabella Farnese.

Nominations began with Hussain, who secretly won the power of a killer nomination in Big Brother's Big Coin auction. He killer nominated Lewis, who therefore automatically faced the public vote and could not be nominated by the other housemates.
In the rest of the nominations, Hussain received 5 votes and Tomasz received three votes. In addition, viewers were also able to make a another secret nomination and chose Isabella.

She joined Tomasz, Hussain and Lewis in facing eviction before the game changer where Isabella won the task. She had the power to save a nominated housemate, deciding to save herself. As a result, Lewis, Hussain and Tomasz went forward to the public vote.

Housemates are currently unaware that a second eviction looms tonight.

Following Emma's chat with first evictee Hussain, housemates will be surprised by Big Brother when they're asked to nominate again.

Housemates will then take part in the game changer immediately which will lead to one housemate having to make a big decision.

It will all end with a second shock exit, as another housemate is given the axe right there and then.

Big Brother told the group: "For those still in the game, decisions have greater consequences. Allegiances are even more important. And Big Coins hold incredible value. The game is about to go to the next level."

Big Brother 2018 continues Sunday-Friday nights at 10PM on Channel 5. The final takes place in November.

Spoilers! Huge double eviction twist revealed for TONIGHT

October 19, 2018

Spoilers!
Huge double eviction twist revealed for TONIGHT
Big Brother has revealed tonight's huge twist, as a surprise double eviction looms.

And the housemates have no idea it's on their way.

After another week of twists, Lewis Flanagan, Hussain Ahmed and Tomasz Wania have all been left facing this week's eviction.

But housemates are currently unaware that there will be a surprise DOUBLE exit tonight.

Following the results of the main public vote, where the one housemate with the most votes to be evicted will leave, the rest of the housemates will find out they're not safe for another week.

They'll instead face 'a whole week of Big Brother in a night'.

Straight after the first eviction, housemates will be left shocked when they're asked to nominate again.

Housemates will then take part in the game changer immediately which will lead to one housemate having to make a big decision.

It will all end with a second surprise eviction, as another housemate is given the axe right there and then.

The bombshell twist follows Big Brother last week warning the housemates: "For those still in the game, decisions have greater consequences. Allegiances are even more important. And Big Coins hold incredible value. The game is about to go to the next level."

"Remember every week could be your last. Good luck, may the best housemate win," Big Brother concluded.

Currently a total of ten housemates are in the house with the series just passing the halfway point.

Alongside currently nominated Lewis, Hussain and Tomasz are Akeem Griffiths, Brooke Berry, Cameron Cole, Cian Carrigan, Sîan Hamshaw, Zoe Jones and recent addition Isabella Farnese.

As things stand, Hussain is the favourite to go in tonight's first eviction while Lewis remains the favourite to win the series.

Big Brother 2018 airs tonight at 10PM on Channel 5 with host Emma Willis. The show continues Sunday-Fridays at 10PM and will conclude in November.

Preview tonight's latest Big Brother 2018 highlights

October 19, 2018

Preview tonight's latest Big Brother 2018 highlights
This evening's episode is a 90 minute special, containing not just yesterday's goings on but also a double eviction.

In the highlights, there's make up talks for Zoe Jones and Hussain Ahmed after THAT huge row in last night's show.

Zoe tells Hussain: "Sorry for some of the stuff I said last night."

Hussain replies: "Honest, I apologise as well for raising my voice.I shouldn't have done it. it's stupid."

Zoe admitted: "I just lost my s**t. You just reminded me of someone and it p****d me off so much to the point where I just exploded in my head."

Meanwhile, other housemates speculate about who could win the series.

Cameron Cole tells Tomasz Wania: "I don't see many winners in here other than you and Lewis. I can see Sian winning."

Tomasz replies: "I think it's gonna be you, Sian and Akeem in the final and then I feel like you will take it but it's gonna be close between you and Sian."

Following the highlights will be the eviction results.

After another week of twists, Lewis Flanagan, Hussain Ahmed and Tomasz Wania have all been left facing the public vote this evening.

But housemates are currently unaware that there will be a shocking DOUBLE eviction tonight.

Following the results of the main public vote, the rest of the housemates will find out they're not safe for another week.

They'll instead face a surprise new twist that will see another of them given the boot, meaning two housemates will be heading home tonight.

Big Brother 2018 airs tonight at 10PM on Channel 5 with host Emma Willis where all will be revealed.

Zoe Jones and Hussain Ahmed clear the air after THAT row

October 19, 2018

Zoe Jones and Hussain Ahmed clear the air after THAT row
Zoe Jones and Hussain Ahmed make up in tonight's Big Brother 2018 highlights.

It follows their huge row in last night's show, which saw Big Brother step in to separate the pair.

The argument had originally started between Hussain, Lewis Flanagan and Isabella Farnese, before Zoe stepped in to confront Hussain.

In this evening's episode, Zoe tells Hussain: "Sorry for some of the stuff I said last night."

Hussain replies: "Honest, I apologise as well for raising my voice. I shouldn't have done it. it's stupid."

Zoe admitted: "I just lost my s**t. You just reminded me of someone and it p****d me off so much to the point where I just exploded in my head and I couldn't control myself."

Zoe confessed she was particularly triggered by Hussain seemingly suggesting a woman shouldn't stand up for herself.

But he explains: "The reason why I said that is because Ive got a lot of respect for women. My mum's a single parent and just feel as though it shouldn't be up to the woman to do something, that's my personal thing.

"My issue is towards him [Lewis]. You are a good friend but me in his situation I'd pull you aside to and say 'Sit back down, this is my argument, this guy's coming for me, let me sort this out' He didn't do that. He sat there and he let you take the firing line and give you a warning.

"That's what I don't like. That's not a friend. I've got noting against you at all."

Hussain comments leave Zoe questioning her friendship with Lewis.

After Zoe confides in the other housemates, Brooke Berry tells her: "We know that Lewis can't handle his temper so I think him getting up at all, he'd have got straight up and punched him in the face and got kicked out. So that's probably what he was trying not to do."

Big Brother 2018 continues tonight at 10PM on Channel 5.

Spoilers! as house erupts in biggest row yet

October 18, 2018

Spoilers!
as house erupts in biggest row yet
This evening's highlights sees a variety of rows as housemates lock horns.

Still causing tension is the question of who secretly killer nominated Lewis Flanagan after winning the mystery box in last weekend's Big Coin auction. Housemates are unaware it was Hussain Ahmed, with Sian Hamshaw instead getting the blame.

Tonight, she hits back: "Basically I felt like everybody thought I had the box. I would never do that. I would never do that. I bid nothing."

Cameron Cole complains: "It's p**sing me off not knowing. It's really irritating me."

Meanwhile Hussain and Isabella Farnese have another falling out over her closeness to Lewis.

It follows Hussain confessing to Brooke Berry he 'proper fancies' Isabella, saying he feels betrayed by her closeness to his 'rival' Lewis.

Isabella later confronts him over his actions against her: "You are being terribly out of order. I don't know what you're trying to do to me. You're making my time in this house f**king horrible. You've just created so much drama."

But Hussain responds: "If you respect our friendship, you don't roll with my opposition."

He later declares: "I've wiped my hands of her. You've picked your side. Stay on that side now. Don't come my way."

In the evening and things explode in an almighty row. It starts between Hussain and Lewis before Zoe Jones and Cian Carrigan both get involved.

As well as all that, there's the latest shopping task. Housemates are woken by Big Brother and told they must gather in the living area immediately.

They find a large timer which is slowly counting up, and only stops once housemates take their seats.

Big Brother explains to the group that in order to pass this week's shopping task and win a luxury shopping budget, they must complete a variety of tricky challenges in the shortest possible time.

Big Brother airs at 10PM tonight on Channel 5.

Lewis Flanagan has a problem with "unstable" Cian Carrigan

October 18, 2018

Lewis Flanagan has a problem with "unstable" Cian Carrigan
Big Brother's Lewis Flanagan has revealed his problem with "unstable" Cian Carrigan.

After lashing out at Sîan Hamshaw in last night's episode, Lewis takes aim at Cian in tonight's show.

It follows Cian's previous admission that he fancied Cameron Cole.

In a chat with Zoe Jones, Lewis complained: "I just think that he's saying one thing to one person and one thing to another person. I think he's really unstable, I think he needs a lot of attention. I think that he lies to get attention.

"The other day, saying to you... for me that's manipulation, it's reverse psychology, saying, 'Zoe, tell Cameron that if he wants to talk to me, talk to me', and he'd come to sit in here by himself and feel sorry for himself crying. That's like a child, saying to Cameron, 'If he wants to talk to me he can' but come in here and wait for him to come.

"And all of a sudden he doesn't have feelings for him again now."

Zoe suggested: "I don't think he expected Cameron to do that. I don't think he expected Cameron to come out."

Lewis accused: "I think he's just desperate to have a bit of air time and him seeing that, I think he's capitalising on situations."

He went on to brand Cian "pathetic" for getting involve in other people's drama.

"F**king endless situations. Like six or seven things he's got involved, I just think he's doing it to capitalise on air time," Lewis ranted. "It's never ending.

"He's constantly getting involved.... he's a drama queen. Everyone must be able to see that."

Big Brother 2018 continues Sunday-Fridays at 10PM on Channel 5.

Spoiler!  Housemates set speedy shopping task

October 17, 2018

Spoiler! 
Housemates set speedy shopping task
The Big Brother 2018 housemates face their latest shopping task in tonight's show.

The group are woken by Big Brother and told they must gather in the living area immediately.

They find a large timer which is slowly counting up, and only stops once housemates take their seats.

Big Brother explains to the group in order to pass this week's shopping task and win a luxury shopping budget, they must complete a variety of tricky challenges in the shortest possible time.

The timer in the living room will start at the beginning of each challenge and stop only once it is completed.

If the total time taken, as shown by the timer, is less than the time allotted by Big Brother they'll pass the task.

One of the challenges sees Brooke Berry called to the Diary Room where she finds a wall of sweets.

Big Brother tells her: "Brooke, the aim of the shopping task is to complete all challenge as quickly as possible. All you have to do is eat every single sweet off the wall in front of you as quickly as you can."

But it's not that straight forward, with Big Brother blindfolding Brooke for the task.

Elsewhere in the Big Brother house this week, three housemates are now confirmed to face this week's eviction on Big Brother 2018.

After another week of twists, Lewis Flanagan, Hussain Ahmed and Tomasz Wania have been confirmed to face the next eviction on Friday.

Lewis, Hussain and Tomasz were all originally put up for eviction alongside Isabella Farnese.

Once again they competed in the 'Game Changer' task that awarded the power to save a nominated housemate, other than Lewis who was killer nominated by Hussain.

This week the game changer took the form of an endurance task that was won by Isabella. She chose to save herself.

As a result, Lewis, Hussain and Tomasz went forward to face the public vote.

Big Brother 2018 continues Sunday-Friday nights at 10PM on Channel 5. The eviction will take place on Friday with host Emma Willis.

Three housemates confirmed to face eviction

October 17, 2018

Three housemates confirmed to face eviction
Three housemates are confirmed to face this week's eviction on Big Brother 2018.

Last Friday night saw the fourth eviction of the series as Kenaley Amos-Sissons was eliminated against Akeem Griffiths.

After another week of twists, Lewis Flanagan, Hussain Ahmed and Tomasz Wania have been confirmed to face the next eviction on Friday.

Housemates nominated for the latest time on Sunday and the results were revealed tonight (Monday).

Lewis, Hussain and Tomasz were all originally put up for eviction alongside Isabella Farnese.

Housemates nominated as usual except for Hussain Ahmed, who won the power of a killer nomination in Sunday's Big Brother auction. Hussain gave one nomination, with that housemate guaranteed to face the vote.

Hussain killer nominated Lewis, who therefore could not be nominated by the other housemates.

In the rest of the nominations, Hussain received 5 votes and Tomasz received three votes. They both joined killer nominated Lewis in facing eviction.

Brooke, Isabella and Cian received two nominations. Akeem, Cameron, Zoe and Sian all received one nomination from their fellow housemates.

Once again, viewers were also able to make a nomination in a secret vote unknown to the housemates.

The housemate with the fewest votes from viewers - who had not already been nominated by the housemates - was also put up for the next eviction.

This week that housemate was Isabella who therefore joined Tomasz, Hussain and Lewis in originally facing eviction.

But before nominations were confirmed came the game changer task.

The nominated housemates (excluding killer nominated Lewis) competed to save themselves alongside richest housemate Cameron Cole and his picks, Zoe Jones and Brooke Berry.

Once again they competed in the 'Game Changer' task that awards the power to save a nominated housemate, including the nominated housemates themselves (other than Lewis).

This week the game changer took the form of an endurance task that was won by Isabella. She chose to save herself.

As a result, Lewis, Hussain and Tomasz went forward to face the public vote.

Big Brother 2018 continues Sunday-Friday nights at 10PM on Channel 5. The next eviction will take place on Friday with host Emma Willis.

 

Spoiler! as housemates compete in latest game changer

October 17, 2018

Spoiler!
as housemates compete in latest game changer
Here are all the details on this week's latest Big Brother game changer task.

Lewis Flanagan, Hussain Ahmed, Isabella Farnese and Tomasz Wania are the four housemates currently up for eviction - as it stands.

The housemates nominated as normal at the weekend other than Hussain Ahmed, who won the power of a secret killer nomination in Big Brother's latest Big Coin auction. Unknown to the other housemates, Hussain nominated Lewis, who is guaranteed to face the vote.

In the rest of the nominations, Hussain received 5 votes and Tomasz received three votes. They both joined killer nominated Lewis in facing eviction. Isabella was nominated by the viewers to join them.

But before nominations are confirmed, the game changer is back with the power to save one of the nominated housemates (other than Lewis) up for grabs.

Those taking part will be nominated housemates Tomasz, Hussain and Isabella. As he is killer nominated, Lewis won't compete.

As the current richest housemate, Cameron Cole will also take part. He had to pick two others to also compete, choosing Zoe Jones and Brooke Berry.

The six will take on an endurance challenge called 'Stress Balls' in Wednesday night's show.

Each of the six will have to pull a giant stress ball - which is attached to the wall by an elastic rope - into the centre of the garden and hold it in place for as long as possible.

The housemate who holds onto their ball the longest will win the game changer.

They'll win the power to save a nominated housemate including themselves (but excluding Lewis) or they may choose to keep nominations just as they.

Those who are left up for eviction will face the public vote alongside Lewis this week.

Big Brother 2018 airs nightly Sunday-Fridays at 10PM. The next eviction takes place on Friday evening with host Emma Willis.

Cameron Cole thinks he's figured everything out

October 17, 2018

Cameron Cole thinks he's figured everything out

Big Brother's Cameron Cole thinks he's figured out who is behind this week's surprise nomination twist.

Lewis Flanagan, Hussain Ahmed, Isabella Farnese and Tomasz Wania are all currently up for eviction this week.

Housemates nominated as usual on Sunday other than Hussain Ahmed, who secretly won the power of a killer nomination in Sunday's Big Brother auction. Hussain nominated Lewis, who is guaranteed to face the vote.

In the rest of the nominations, Hussain received 5 votes and Tomasz received three votes. They both joined killer nominated Lewis in facing eviction. Isabella was nominated by the viewers to join them.

With housemates unaware of either Hussain's secret nomination or the viewer vote (despite Isabella almost spilling all), paranoia has been rife in the house.

In tonight's show, Cameron thinks he's got it all worked out.

"I know who it is," he declares confidently.

"You don't know who it is Cameron. You're speculating," Brooke Berry tells him.

But Cameron is sure: "No, I do know who it is. It' Sian."

Broke replies: "But I don't think it is. She thinks it's [Zoe]."

Akeem Griffiths chimes in: "I don't think it's Sian. It's definitely not me. I can't lie for s**t."

Cameron quickly revaluates: "There's three people it could be, Sian, Akeem and Isabella."

Akeem remarks: "At the end of the day if Big Brother have told them they can't say nothing then you go to... you got to respect that."

Cameron observes: "Mmm interesting Akeem."

Big Brother 2018 airs nightly Sunday-Fridays at 10PM. The next eviction airs takes place on Friday evening.

Lewis Flanagan brands Sîan Hamshaw a "fake c**t" in shocking rant

October 17, 2018

Lewis Flanagan brands Sîan Hamshaw a "fake c**t" in shocking rant
Lewis Flanagan has ripped into Sîan Hamshaw in a shocking rant on Big Brother 2018.

In an expletive laden outburst, he branded the mum of one a "fake c**t" while chatting to Cameron Cole.

"She goes in the Diary Room, she's a snake. I'm telling you now, she's hiding something," Lewis began in a clip that aired on Big Brother's Bit On The Side last night (Tuesday). "She's hiding in plain sight as a dinner lady.

"I don't know what her problem is with me but she's a f**king snake I'm telling you now. Doing that little housewife image so everyone f**king says 'Sian cooks us food, Sian cleans up'. F**king snake."

He continued: "I literally wouldn't miss her if she went. Little weasel. In and out of that Diary Room acting all quiet and innocent in here. Making tea for everyone and cleaning... fair enough you do the chores, but if she went I'd cook and clean for everyone. It's no big deal.

"She's assumed this role of mother of the house and everyone's like... she's a floater. She's floating her way to the final."

Spoilers! Latest game changer task revealed 

October 16, 2018

Spoilers!
Latest game changer task revealed 
who will avoid eviction?
Here are all the details on this week's latest Big Brother game changer task.

Lewis Flanagan, Hussain Ahmed, Isabella Farnese and Tomasz Wania are the four housemates currently up for eviction - as it stands.

The housemates nominated as normal at the weekend other than Hussain Ahmed, who won the power of a secret killer nomination in Big Brother's latest Big Coin auction. Unknown to the other housemates, Hussain nominated Lewis, who is guaranteed to face the vote.

In the rest of the nominations, Hussain received 5 votes and Tomasz received three votes. They both joined killer nominated Lewis in facing eviction. Isabella was nominated by the viewers to join them.

But before nominations are confirmed, the game changer is back with the power to save one of the nominated housemates (other than Lewis) up for grabs.

Those taking part will be nominated housemates Tomasz, Hussain and Isabella. As he is killer nominated, Lewis won't compete.

As the current richest housemate, Cameron Cole will also take part. He had to pick two others to also compete, choosing Zoe Jones and Brooke Berry.

The six will take on an endurance challenge called 'Stress Balls' in Wednesday night's show.

Each of the six will have to pull a giant stress ball - which is attached to the wall by an elastic rope - into the centre of the garden and hold it in place for as long as possible.

The housemate who holds onto their ball the longest will win the game changer.

They'll win the power to save a nominated housemate including themselves (but excluding Lewis) or they may choose to keep nominations just as they.

Those who are left up for eviction will face the public vote alongside Lewis this week.

Big Brother 2018 airs nightly Sunday-Fridays at 10PM. The next eviction takes place on Friday evening with host Emma Willis.

Isabella Farnese reveals MAJOR outside information

October 16, 2018

Isabella Farnese reveals MAJOR outside information
Big Brother's Isabella Farnese drops the ball in tonight's latest highlights show.

It follows the results of this week's nominations being revealed to the house in this evening's episode.

Lewis Flanagan, Hussain Ahmed, Isabella Farnese and Tomasz Wania are all currently up for eviction.

Housemates nominated as usual on Sunday other than Hussain Ahmed, who secretly won the power of a killer nomination in Sunday's Big Brother auction. Hussain nominated Lewis, who is guaranteed to face the vote.

In the rest of the nominations, Hussain received 5 votes and Tomasz received three votes while Isabella was nominated by the viewers to join them.

Only new housemates Isabella and Hussain are aware of the secret viewer nominations, which have been taking place all series.

And in tonight's show, she accidentally lets slip of its existence to the rest of the house.

"I'm just thinking who and what would... why would someone nominate me?" she reacts to the news of her nomination.

She tells the other housemates in the bedroom: "I think I'm really hated. I think it might have been the public poll or something."

The revelation prompts a shock from the others, with Akeem Griffiths reacting: "What do you mean by public poll?!"

Elsewhere tonight, Isabella and fellow new housemate Hussain come to blows over her closeness with Lewis.

"You roll with the opposition, you are the opposition, end of story," he tells her as she accuses him of 'turning on her'.

Hussain later complains to Big Brother in the Diary Room: "Isabella's just p**sing me off. I feel as though she's playing some sort of game and it's annoying me. I think she probably thinks that I'm the big bad wolf in this whole situation."

Big Brother airs tonight at 10:15PM on Channel 5.

Housemates punished for rule breaking

October 16, 2018

Housemates punished for rule breaking
The Big Brother 2018 housemates have been punished for a number of rule breaks.

Over the past few days, housemates have broken the Big Brother rules a number of times.

This has included the discussion of nominations and, in Monday night's highlights, failing to obey Big Brother's instructions.

Last night saw Lewis Flanagan called to the Diary Room after he repeatedly ignored Big Brother telling him not to jump into the pool.

But he hit back: "I felt like I wanted to run wild in a f**king imaginary rainforest and escape the fact that I'm in a confined environment with a load of f**king snakes."

The next morning, in scenes to be aired in Tuesday night's highlights, housemates awoke to find all the food had gone.

As punishment for the rule breaks, Big Brother explained housemates would have to live on basic rations from now on. Furthermore the electric appliances and hot water have all been disabled.

Big Brother said: "Housemates, several fundamental rules have been broken. Discussion of nominations , ignoring Big Brother's instructions. Ignoring Big Brother's alarms. Housemates will now live on basic rations with no hot water or electric appliances until further notice."

Elsewhere in the house yesterday, housemates discovered the results of this week's nominations.

Lewis Flanagan, Hussain Ahmed, Isabella Farnese and Tomasz Wania are all currently up for eviction as things stand.

Housemates nominated as usual at the weekend except for Hussain Ahmed, who won the power of a killer nomination in Sunday's Big Brother auction. Hussain nominated Lewis, who is guaranteed to face the vote.

In the rest of the nominations, Hussain received 5 votes and Tomasz received three votes. They both joined killer nominated Lewis in facing eviction.

Finally, Isabella was nominated by viewers in the weekly secret online vote, completing the current nominations line up.

However Hussain, Isabella and Tomasz will get the chance to save themselves in the weekly gamechanger task.

Big Brother 2018 airs nightly Sunday-Fridays at 10PM. The next eviction airs this Friday evening.

Housemates left paranoid after nomination results

October 16, 2018

Housemates left paranoid after nomination results
Paranoia is running rife in the Big Brother 2018 house tonight.

It follows the results of this week's nominations being revealed to the house - with a secret twist.

Lewis Flanagan, Hussain Ahmed, Isabella Farnese and Tomasz Wania have all been left up for eviction, as things stand.

Housemates nominated as usual on Sunday other than Hussain Ahmed, who secretly won the power of a killer nomination in Sunday's Big Brother auction. Hussain nominated Lewis, who is guaranteed to face the vote.

In the rest of the nominations, Hussain received 5 votes and Tomasz received three votes. They both joined killer nominated Lewis in facing eviction. Isabella was nominated by the viewers to join them.

With housemates unaware of either Hussain's secret nomination or the viewer vote, the speculation went into overdrive.

Trying to work out who was behind the decisions, Cameron Cole wondered out loud: "Who on earth is this f**king... it's doing my f**king head in.


"Is it Sian? Cos Sian surely didn't just lie to our face like that. Cian said it isn't him. Akeem said it wasn't him."

Lewis Flanagan helped out: "Zoe said it wasn't her.

"Hussain said it wasn't him," continued Cameron.

Lewis suggested: "Maybe it's all secret and Tomasz actually did get to - keep some money or someone got some coins from Tomasz."

But Cameron dismissed him: "Nah, no way. He wouldn't have put you up. He'd have put Cian up."

He concluded: "Clearly people want us broken up in some way, shape or form. When we were arguing the hot tub the other day. I looked at the smoking area and people were smiling, rubbing their hands together. It was pathetic. "

Lewis agreed: "It's a sign. It's almost like they can't bear the fact that all their connections in here are fake and forced and cos we have a real one, they f**king hate it."

Big Brother 2018 airs nightly Sunday-Fridays at 10PM. The next eviction airs this Friday evening.

Housemates punished for rule breaking

October 16, 2018

Housemates punished for rule breaking
The Big Brother 2018 housemates have been punished for a number of rule breaks.

Over the past few days, housemates have broken the Big Brother rules a number of times.

This has included the discussion of nominations and, in Monday night's highlights, failing to obey Big Brother's instructions.

Last night saw Lewis Flanagan called to the Diary Room after he repeatedly ignored Big Brother telling him not to jump into the pool.

But he hit back: "I felt like I wanted to run wild in a f**king imaginary rainforest and escape the fact that I'm in a confined environment with a load of f**king snakes."

The next morning, in scenes to be aired in Tuesday night's highlights, housemates awoke to find all the food had gone.

As punishment for the rule breaks, Big Brother explained housemates would have to live on basic rations from now on. Furthermore the electric appliances and hot water have all been disabled.

Elsewhere in the house yesterday, housemates discovered the results of this week's nominations.

Lewis Flanagan, Hussain Ahmed, Isabella Farnese and Tomasz Wania are all currently up for eviction as things stand.

Housemates nominated as usual at the weekend except for Hussain Ahmed, who won the power of a killer nomination in Sunday's Big Brother auction. Hussain nominated Lewis, who is guaranteed to face the vote.

In the rest of the nominations, Hussain received 5 votes and Tomasz received three votes. They both joined killer nominated Lewis in facing eviction.

Finally, Isabella was nominated by viewers in the weekly secret online vote, completing the current nominations line up.

However Hussain, Isabella and Tomasz will get the chance to save themselves in the weekly gamechanger task.

Big Brother 2018 airs nightly Sunday-Fridays at 10PM. The next eviction airs this Friday evening.

Spoilers! as housemates nominate once more

October 15, 2018

Spoilers!
as housemates nominate once more
Here's your first look at tonight's Big Brother 2018 highlights as nominations roll around again.

In this evening's episode, housemates are gathered once again to give their nominations in the Diary Room.

And as the game playing intensifies, paranoia runs wild.

Lewis takes aim: "Tomasz is a big f**king snake. He'll f**k anybody over to prolong his stay in the house."

Cameron observes: "I think today's nominations will be interesting. Maybe people for whatever reason have got a little bit tired of the game."

Hussain declares: "Hussain the Hurricane will come through and weep everyone out of here," before he gets called to the Diary Room and given some big news.

Yesterday saw housemates able to spend their Big Coins in Big Brother's secret auction, with a mystery prize up for grabs.

Hussain won the lot with a bid of 592 Big Coins - his entire balance.

"Big Brother has some very important news for you," Big Brother tells Hussain in secret tonight. "Big Brother can reveal you were the highest bidder. The mystery box contains the absolute power nomination. This means you can nominate one housemate who is then guaranteed to face the public vote on Friday."

Away from nominations, Lewis and Cameron decide to take a late night dip in the pool - but it lands Lewis in trouble with Big Brother.

He hits back in the Diary Room: "I felt like I wanted to run wild in a f**king imaginary rainforest and escape the fact that I'm in a confined environment with a load of f**king snakes."

Elsewhere, Zoe does Tomasz's make-up and Lewis has some alone time.

Big Brother 2018 airs nightly Sunday-Fridays at 10PM. The next eviction airs this Friday evening.

Current richest and poorest housemates revealed

October 15, 2018

Current richest and poorest housemates revealed
Here are the current rankings of the Big Brother 2018 housemates' Big Coins totals.

Going into the weekend, Cian Carrigan, Zoe Jones and Tomasz Wania were the three richest housemates.

However things all changed on Saturday when housemates took part in a big new twist.

Big Brother announced to the group the 'Piggy Bank Robbery': "Housemates, as you know Big Coins give you privileges in the House and the power in the game. You will all take part in a task that may impact your own and other's Big Coin totals."

Housemates pulled pig tails to randomly decide their order of play in the game.

In turn, each housemate was called to the task room in private in that order where they found ten piggy banks, one for each of the housemates.

Big Brother instructed each housemate to pick five random coins from a money bag. There were a total of five different types of coins that they could receive: +500, +50, -50, -500, plus a single special secret deal coin.

Once housemates randomly picked their coins, they had to decide which of the other housemates to give them to by placing them inside the Piggy Banks of their chosen contestants. At the end of the task, housemates' respective Big Coin totals were then adjusted according to the value of the coins placed inside their Piggy Banks.

Isabella Farnese was the one housemate who found the secret deal coin. Big Brother explained that it meant she had to steal the contents of another housemate's piggy bank. Their Big Coin balance would remain unchanged while hers would be adjust according to the coins in theirs. Isabella was told she could not share news of the special coin she received.

Not long after the task, Big Brother gathered the group for the weekend auction where housemates could spend their Big Coins.

There was only a single, mystery lot up for grabs which Big Brother said was "very valuable" and "powerful".

However housemates were not told the contents of the box, which is the power to make a killer nomination. The person the winner nominates will be guaranteed to face eviction, unable to be saved in the next game changer.

Each housemate was called to the Diary Room to make a secret bid which they could not discuss with the housemates.

Hussain Ahmed won the auction with a bid of 596 Big Coins - his entire balance.

After all that, here's how the Big Coin totals look...

Big Brother 2018 totals
Cameron Cole - 852 coins
Zoe Jones - 830 coins
Cian Carrigan - 703 coins
Brooke Berry - 619 coins
Isabella Farnese - 600 coins

Akeem Griffiths - 592 coins
Sîan Hamshaw - 590 coins
Lewis Flanagan - 140 coins
Hussain Ahmed - 0 (596 spent on Killer Nomination)
Tomasz Wania - 0

Big Brother 2018 continues Sunday-Friday nights at 10PM on Channel 5.

Hussain Ahmed wins killer nomination power after Big Coin shake up

October 14, 2018

Hussain Ahmed wins killer nomination power after Big Coin shake up

Hussain Ahmed has won the power to make a killer nomination on Big Brother 2018 this weekend.

 

In this evening's episode, it was time once more for Big Brother's weekend auction where housemates could spend their Big Coins.

The lot up for grabs this week was a "mystery box".

 

"This lot is very valuable and is guaranteed to put the winner in a powerful position within the house," Big Brother explained.

 

Housemates were not told the contents of the box, which is the power to make a killer nomination. The winner of the auction will be able to pick a housemate to be guaranteed to face the next eviction on Friday night.

 

Each housemate was called to the Diary Room to make a secret bid which they could not discuss with the housemates.

 

Hussain Ahmed won the auction with a bid of 596 Big Coins - his entire balance.

 

Before the auction, the housemates' Big Coin totals were given a big shake up.

 

Big Brother had gathered the group and announced: "Housemates, as you know Big Coins give you privileges in the House and the power in the game. You will all take part in a task that may impact your own and other's Big Coin totals."

 

BB called the housemates one by one to the Task Room where they found ten piggy banks, one for each housemate.

 

Housemates each select five random coins from a money bag. There were five types of coins: +500, +50, -50, -500 and a secret deal coin.

 

The housemates had to decide who to give each of their coins to by placing them inside the Piggy Banks of their chosen housemates. Those housemates' respective Big Coin totals were then adjusted according to the value of the coins placed inside their Piggy Banks.

 

The secret deal coin was found by Isabella, and gave her the power to steal the coins of another housemates' piggy bank. She chose Akeem.

 

After the task Cameron, Zoe and Cian were the richest housemates while Sian, Lewis and Tomasz were the poorest - with Tomasz left with 0.

 

Big Brother 2018 continues Sunday-Friday nights at 10PM on Channel 5.

Lewis Flanagan plots against Tomasz Wania

October 14, 2018

Lewis Flanagan plots against Tomasz Wania

Lewis Flanagan plots against Tomasz Wania in tonight's episode of Big Brother 2018.

 

In the aftermath of Kenaley Amos-Sissons' eviction against Akeem Griffiths on Friday, Lewis thinks he's seen a change in Tomasz.

"His reaction to Akeem staying last night was sly," Lewis tells Zoe Jones.

 

"He's going to turn his attention to get someone else out of the house and I think that's going to be me," Lewis predicts. "I'm going to have to start playing a game here to survive."

 

Zoe encourages: "It is a game. Someone wins at the end of it. £100,000, it's a lot of money"

 

Lewis continues: "If I had the chance to bankrupt Tomasz I would. I don't trust him with all that money."

 

Meanwhile, all the gameplay leaves Cameron Cole a little fed up.

 

"In my head I reckon people sit in bed at night and think 'Right tomorrow I'll do this, I'll do that and I think that's going to be put on air'," he complains.

 

Cameron goes on: "In my opinion that's fake. I don't plan stuff. I don't plan a rant. I didn't plan the whole coming out thing. I didn't plan the apple meltdown.

 

"But I guarantee there are people thinking about stuff like that."

 

Tonight's Big Brother also sees two new twists surprise the group, including a mystery box up for grabs in the weekend Big Coin auction.

 

"This lot is very valuable and is guaranteed to put the winner in a powerful position within the house," Big Brother explains.

 

Housemates are unaware the mystery box contains the power to make a killer nomination, putting one housemate immediately up for eviction.

 

Big Brother 2018 airs Sunday-Friday nights at 10PM on Channel 5.

Spoilers! as housemates face two new twists

October 14, 2018

Spoilers!

as housemates face two new twists

As things stand, Cian Carrigan is the current richest housemate however that could all change this evening.

 

In tonight's (Sunday) episode, Big Brother shocks with a pair of brand new twists.

 

Big Brother announces: "Housemates, as you know Big Coins give you privileges in the House and the power in the game. You will all take part in a task that may impact your own and other's Big Coin totals."

 

BB calls the housemates in turn to the Task Room where they find ten piggy banks, one for each housemate.

 

Housemates each select five random coins from a money bag. There are four types of coins: +500, +50, -50 and -500.

 

The housemates will all have to decide who to give each of their coins to by placing them in the Piggy Banks of their chosen housemates. Those housemates' respective Big Coin totals will be adjusted according to the coins placed inside their Piggy Banks.

 

After that, it's time for Big Brother's weekend auction, where housemates can spend their Big Coins.

 

Up for grabs this week is a "mystery box".

 

"This lot is very valuable and is guaranteed to put the winner in a powerful position within the house," Big Brother explains.

 

Housemates are invited to bid for the box, unaware that it contains the power to make a killer nomination. The winning housemate will be able to immediately nominate another who will be guaranteed to face eviction.

 

"I'm trying to think who my next target is. I really wanna f**king win that money," declares Hussain as the housemates plot.

 

Zoe comments: "I'm strong this game can't break me."

 

Elsewhere tonight, Hussain tells Cameron his thoughts on Lewis, Lewis gives his thoughts on Tomasz and Cameron confides in Brooke about feeling left out.

 

Plus, there's all the aftermath from Kenaley's eviction from Friday night.

 

Big Brother 2018 continues Sunday night at 10PM on Channel 5.

SPOILER!  New money twist shocks the housemates

October 14, 2018

SPOILER! 
New money twist shocks the housemates
There will be a 'Piggy Bank Robbery' on Big Brother 2018 this evening.

Host Emma Willis announced the latest twist on Bit On The Side on Fridy night, which will shake up the current Big Coin totals.

As things stand, Cian Carrigan is the current richest housemate however that could all soon change.

Host Emma explained that the Piggy Bank Robbery would see each housemate given five coins, each with a different value.

"Some can add money, some can remove money, some can royally screw with people," she teased.

In tonight's (Sunday) episode, Big Brother calls the housemates in turn to the Task Room where they find ten piggy banks, one for each housemate.

Housemates each select five random coins from a money bag. There are four types of coins: +500, +50, -50 and -500.

The housemates will all have to decide who to give each of their coins to by placing them in the Piggy Banks of their chosen housemates. Those housemates' respective Big Coin totals will be adjusted according to the coins placed inside their Piggy Banks. They cannot give the coins to themselves.

In a further twist to come over the next week, housemates will take part in 'a week of Big Brother in a day'.

They will first nominate before immediately facing the Game Changer task. Then, those left up for eviction, will face a shock exit as one of them is kicked out the very same day.

It follows Big Brother warning the group after Friday night's live show that the game was changing.

Big Brother told the housemates: "Listen carefully, you've been in the house for 29 days. Some of you have been saved by the public. Some of you have saved yourselves. Some of you have never faced eviction. But you are all still here.

"From here, your decisions will have greater consequences. Your Big Coins will have more power. It's time to take the game the next level."

Currently ten housemates remain in the competition ahead of the final in November.

Big Brother 2018 continues Sunday night at 10PM on Channel 5.

Big Brother 2018 reveals killer nomination and double eviction twist

October 12, 2018

Big Brother 2018 reveals killer nomination and double eviction twist
Big Brother has unveiled a series of new twists for the week ahead.

Housemates nominated for the third time at the weekend with viewers also able to nominate a housemate in a secret vote.

Following the game changer, Kenaley Amos-Sissons and Akeem Griffiths facing the axe, and it was Kenaley who left in Friday's Big Brother results.

After her exit, Big Brother gathered the group for a shock announcement.

"Listen carefully, you've been in the house for 29 days. Some of you have been saved by the public. Some of you have saved yourselves. Some of you have never faced eviction. But you are all still here.

"From here, your decisions will have greater consequences. Your Big Coins will have more power. It's time to take the game the next level."

Big Brother then revealed that this weekend's Big Coin auction would see a secret auction for a "valuable power" - a killer nomination.

The winning bid will grant the housemate the power to put another person straight up for eviction. They will automatically face the public vote and can't be saved in the Game Changer task.

"Remember every week could be your last. Good luck, may the best housemate win," Big Brother concluded.

In a further twist, host Emma Willis announced there would be a surprise double eviction next week.

Currently a total of ten housemates are in the house with the series just passing the halfway point.

The contestants left include 26-year-old Training Consultant from Rhondda Valley, Akeem Griffiths, 21-year-old Freelance Graphic Designer from London, Brooke Berry, 18-year-old Vlogger from Norwich, Cameron Cole and 23-year-old Customer Service Agent from Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, Cian Carrigan.

Joining them are 27-year-old Bartender from Stockton-on-tees, Lewis Flanagan, 25-year-old Waitress from Barnsley, Sîan Hamshaw, 31-year-old Cleaner from London, Tomasz Wania and 31-year-old Carer from Halifax, Zoe Jones.

They were recently joined by two newbies: 25-year-old Physiotherapist from Birmingham, Hussain Ahmed and 23-year-old Race Horse Rider from Great Yarmouth, Isabella Farnese.

Big Brother 2018 continues Sunday night at 10PM.

Kenaley Amos-Sissons became the next housemate to leave Big Brother 2018 

October 12, 2018

Kenaley Amos-Sissons became the next housemate to leave Big Brother 2018 last night - here's how housemates reacted.

 

Housemates nominated for the third time at the weekend with viewers also able to nominate a housemate in a secret vote.

Following the game changer, Kenaley Amos-Sissons and Akeem Griffiths facing the axe, and it was Kenaley who left in Friday's Big Brother results.

After saying goodbye to the group Kenaley left the House and told host Emma Willis: "I'm gutted, it just feels so surreal."

Asked if she was surprised it was her who got evicted, Kenaley admitted: "No, because from the minute you know you're up, you already imagine yourself walking up the stairs, you already imagine yourself meeting you [Emma].

"And because Akeem's such a nice guy, it was really hard to...because, you know, he hasn't done anything malicious, he's very caring."

Cian was left in tears by the exit, comforted by Zoe: "She'll be having a blast, you know she will. She'll be f**king buzzing now."

Akeem reacted to hearing some cheers for his name: "I heard one scream but I think it was my mother, I'm telling you. My family's going to be p***ed that' twice they've had to travel up from Wales."

Meanwhile, Tomasz' lack of reaction left some housemates angry.

When he went to the Diary Room, Cameron Cole quipped: "Tomasz is in there salivating at the chance to f**k one of us over."

Brooke Berry added: "I bet him and Akeem will be best friends again. He hasn't even shed a tear."

Cian agreed: "He hasn't mentioned Kenaley once yet wanted to save her all week. He had this big plan to save and now hasn't mentioned her once. That's offensive as her friend."

After the eviction, host Emma revealed a brand new twist for the week ahead which will end in a double eviction next Friday night.

Big Brother gathered the group to reveal that the game was changing, prompting lots of speculation from the group.

Hussain told Tomasz: "I'm thinking of my next plan. I hope it's face to face nominations this week. I really do because we know what the f**k people are actually thinking.

"It'd be nice to see what floaters choose us. Then you get a feel of whether or not someone is copping out or actually has an issue."

Big Brother returns Sunday night at 10pm on Channel 5.

Cameron Cole and Lewis Flanagan's friendship is talk of the house

October 12, 2018

Cameron Cole and Lewis Flanagan's friendship is talk of the house
Cameron Cole's closeness with Lewis Flanagan is the talk of the Big Brother 2018 house tonight.

It follows a huge row between Lewis and Akeem Griffiths last night, that also ended up with Cameron rowing with Cian Carrigan.

In this evening's show, the argument is all most of the housemates are talking about.

Cian confides in some of the group: "I remember Cameron saying to Kay across the table when Kay wanted to leave, he said to her across the table, 'It's coming across as though you're Lewis [G]'s bitch'.

"And in my head, that's like what it's coming across what you [Cameron] are with Lewis [F]. You look like his bodyguard sort of.

"I do not appreciate being talked to as I'm walking away. I really didn't like that. If I want to get involved, I'll f**king get involved."

He later tells Brooke Berry: "I feel like I might be taken for granted a bit in terms of friendships... Like [Cameron] was saying, 'I wouldn't be here if it wasn't for Lewis, he's stood by me and is the only one who has my back.' That just makes me feel like s**t.

She replies: "Given the life changing stressful situation that he's gone through, he's probably become dependent and prioritised other people over you and forgot you were there from the start."

Meanwhile, Cameron heaps praise on his pal.

"I think [Lewis] is popular. People will have seen how much he helped me. and know that's an incredible human being," Cameron says.

He later suggests to Lewis that the other housemates are jealous of them.

"It's jealousy, I think it's jealousy," he says.

Lewis agrees: "I think he's jealous of what we have. Everyone's f**king shallow as f**k."

Elsewhere, Akeem reflects on the row: "Last night was coming for a while and I thought, 'You know what? You've just called me two-faced, how dare you?' and I think he knows now, he's been put in his place a bit."

Big Brother 2018 airs Sunday-Fridays at 10PM on Channel 5. Akeem and Kenaley face the next eviction on Friday night.

Spoilers! as shopping task continues and argument aftermath

January 01, 2020

Spoilers!
as shopping task continues and argument aftermath
Here is a spoiler-filled look ahead to tonight's Big Brother 2018 highlights.

In this evening's episode, this week's shopping task continues.

For the latest challenge housemates have been split into 'The Thinkers' - Akeem, Lewis and Cameron - and 'The Doers' - the rest of the housemates.

Big Brother explained at the start of the challenge: "Housemates, in this week's shopping task you will be divided in to two groups. The Doers and The Thinkers. The Thinkers are known to have a strategic or creative , deep thinking mind. Whilst Doers are generally eager to try their hand at anything and jump into a task without thinking twice.

"The Doers and The Thinkers will have to put their heads and hands together to solve several mind-boggling physically demanding challenges set by Big Brother.

"In every challenge, The Doers will be doing the doing whilst The Thinkers will have to use their superior intelligence to tell The Doers what to do and how to do it."

The next part of the task tonight is called 'Helping Hand'. It sees Doer Tomasz attempt a buzz wire circuit blindfolded while Thinker Akeem directs him.

Meanwhile in tonight's show there's a LOT of talk after last night's row between Akeem and Lewis as both continue to insist they were in the right.

Cameron Cole has Lewis' back, claiming the other housemates are jealous of their closeness.

Akeem however declares: "Last night was coming for a while and I thought, 'You know what? You've just called me two-faced, how dare you?' and I think he knows now, he's been put in his place a bit."

Elsewhere, Cameron and Lewis talk about their special bond in the house while Lewis and Zoe talk about being the grownups of the house.

Also tonight, Akeem and Kenaley face the next eviction with host Emma Willis.

On her potential last day, Kenaley reflects: "I've done things that I never thought I could do. And it's just been a really overwhelming experience."

Big Brother 2018 airs Sunday-Fridays at 10PM on Channel 5.

Two face Big Brother eviction tonight! Who will go next?

October 12, 2018

Two face Big Brother eviction tonight! Who will go next?
It's the latest Big Brother 2018 eviction tonight and it's shaping up to be the closest yet.

Housemates nominated for the latest time this year on Sunday, originally leaving three people up for the chop.

But after a week of twists, it's Kenaley Amos-Sissons and Akeem Griffiths who now face the axe this evening.

The pair are going head to head in the public vote and one will become the fourth to be eliminated from the house tonight.

It's set to be the closest vote of the series so far with Kenaley currently the narrow favourite to leave.

In our website poll, Kenaley is currently the one people are hoping is sent packing in the live show this evening.

Inside the house yesterday ahead of the eviction, Kenaley admitted she was keen to stay.

"I feel like this is my family and I don't want to leave you all," Kenaley told her fellow housemates.

Isabella Farnese commented: "Imagine if you're like 'No, I'm not leaving'. It won't be the first and last time I'll be dragged out by security."

Brooke Berry suggested: "We should all just leave here and get a shared home."

Kenaley and Akeem had originally been put up for the axe together with Lewis Flanagan on Monday night after nominations.

Lewis and Akeem both had six nominations and were put up for eviction by their fellow housemates. New housemates Hussain Ahmed and Isabella Farnese could not be nominated and didn't take part in the nominations. Additionally, Tomasz Wania could not be nominated after winning immunity in Big Brother's Big Coin auction on Saturday.

Unknown to housemates, viewers were able to secretly also nominate by voting for their favourite housemate in a free online poll. The least popular housemate with the fewest votes from viewers not already nominated was also put up for the next eviction.

This housemates was Kenaley who joined, Akeem, and Lewis in facing eviction.

But before nominations were confirmed, the nominated housemates faced the game changer along with richest housemate Cian together with Sian and Zoe, chosen by Cian.

Lewis won the task and decided to save himself from the axe, leaving Akeem and Kenaley to face eviction tonight.

Big Brother airs this evening at 10PM on Channel 5 with Emma Willis.

Lewis Flanagan and Akeem Griffiths kick off in huge row

October 11, 2018

Lewis Flanagan and Akeem Griffiths kick off in huge row
Lewis Flanagan and Akeem Griffiths find themselves in a nasty row in tonight's Big Brother 2018 highlights.

The pair end up in an explosive argument in the hot tub over who is the more two faced person.

It all begins when Akeem jokes about how 'the wrong Lewis went' in the previous eviction between Lewis F and Lewis Gregory.

"It's boring and it wasn't funny the first time, you're boring me," complains Lewis.

"You overthink the world's against you," replies Akeem.

"Not the world, just people like you slagging me off behind my back," Lewis responds.

Akeem hits back: "You slag everyone off mate... You're calling me two-faced, f**king justify it."

Lewis snaps: "You've been up my a**e for weeks and slagged me off in this pool and talked s**t about me and the next day... You're full of s**t, you're the most two faced person in this house."

The pair's heated soon row embroils Isabella Farnese who is in the hot tub with the guys, and attempts to calm down the escalating argument.

But her involvement gets short shrift from Lewis, leaving the new housemate unhappy.

Meanwhile, Hussain Ahmed offers up his view of the night's events from the living area.

He observes: "Cameron is just following [Lewis] everywhere, doing exactly what he says, doing exactly what he thinks. He's bringing Cameron down.

"At least I'm not in the drama today for once."

Elsewhere in this evening's episode, housemates are gathered for the reveal of this week's shopping task.

Big Brother explains: "Housemates, in this week's shopping task you will be divided in to two groups. The Doers and The Thinkers. The Thinkers are known to have a strategic or creative , deep thinking mind. Whilst Doers are generally eager to try their hand at anything and jump into a task without thinking twice.

"Lewis, Cameron and Akeem will become the The Thinkers. All other housemates will become The Doers."

In the first task, the shock suits return, with The Thinkers having to place The Doers to complete an electric circuit.

Big Brother 2018 airs Sunday-Fridays at 10PM on Channel 5. Akeem and Kenaley face the next eviction on Friday night.

Spoilers ! as shock suits return for new shopping task

October 11, 2018

Spoilers !
as shock suits return for new shopping task
In this evening's episode, housemates are gathered for the reveal of this week's shopping task.

Big Brother explains: "Housemates, in this week's shopping task you will be divided in to two groups. The Doers and The Thinkers. The Thinkers are known to have a strategic or creative , deep thinking mind. Whilst Doers are generally eager to try their hand at anything and jump into a task without thinking twice.

"Lewis, Cameron and Akeem will become the The Thinkers. All other housemates will become The Doers.

"The Doers and The Thinkers will have to put their heads and hands together to solve several mind-boggling physically demanding challenges set by Big Brother.

"In every challenge, The Doers will be doing the doing whilst The Thinkers will have to use their superior intelligence to tell The Doers what to do and how to do it.

"In addition to the challenges, The Doers must also do everything for The Thinkers around The House."

And like any good Big Brother task, there are some dodgy outfits.

"I look like Bob The Builder," remarks Tomasz.

"I hate wearing a helmet!" complains Kenaley.

In the first task, the shock suits return, with The Thinkers having to place The Doers to complete an electric circuit.

Away from the task, things get heated between Akeem and Lewis in the hot tub as the pair explode in a tense row.

Meanwhile, Isabella and Hussain chat about Lewis before Isabella and Lewis clear the air.

Big Brother 2018 airs Sunday-Fridays at 10PM on Channel 5. Akeem and Kenaley face the next eviction on Friday night.

Cameron Cole RAGES at Akeem Griffiths after bed fart

October 10, 2018

Cameron Cole RAGES at Akeem Griffiths after bed fart
Big Brother's Cameron Cole RAGES at Akeem Griffiths in tonight's show over a bed fart.

Some messing around in the bedroom ends up with Cameron fuming when Akeem farts while laying in Cameron's bed.

"F**k you Akeem," snaps Cameron before storming out of the bedroom.

"It wasn't on your pillow, it's on your bed," Akeem explains.

Retreating to Lewis Flanagan for support, Cameron complains: "I'm f**king furious with him. He actually sat there and laughed that he farted in my bed. That is unacceptable.

"He's a grown friggin' man and he acts like a f**king child at times. I do find that disrespectful. Maybe I'm being pathetic but it's f**king disrespectful."

Lewis suggests: "Maybe he's trying to claim alpha male."

Cameron continues: "The situation has pissed me off. Just the blatant lack of respect that people have for people."

Elsewhere in tonight's show, Cameron clashes with new housemate Hussain Ahmed.

Cameron brands Hussain fake, telling him: "Coming into a house and calling yourself 'The King' is as fake as it gets. It's fake."

Hussain replies: "It's not fake, it's my personality. I am The King. I'm here and I'm here to stay, I ain't going nowhere... you can't handle it."

Cameron responds: "No I cant handle narcissist, arrogant people, people who are so materialistic. I can't stand people like you in the nicest possible way. If you came in to stir the pot you've failed miserably."

Hussain remarks: "Well I've clearly got under your skin"

Meanwhile this evening, housemates take part in the new game changer task to win the power over nominations.

Those competing will be nominated housemates Akeem, Lewis and Kenaley alongside Cian, the current richest housemate. Cian chose Sîan Hamshaw and Zoe Jones to also take part in the game.

They compete against one another in a dominoes race with the winner having the power to save one housemate from facing Friday's eviction.

Big Brother 2018 continues tonight at 10PM on Channel 5. The next live eviction airs Friday night with host Emma Willis.

Lewis Flanagan wants to leave the house

October 10, 2018

Lewis Flanagan wants to leave the house
Lewis Flanagan says he's considering leaving Big Brother 2018 in tonight's show.

Currently up for the next eviction, Lewis confides in Zoe Jones this evening that he wants out.

He tells her: "I don't think there's any point to it any more. I think I'm just proper outstaying my welcome. I don't know why. I don't think there's anything left here for me any more."

Lewis adds: "Maybe I'm too boring, maybe I'm too serious, maybe I am too deep. Maybe everyone's right, maybe I shouldn't be here, maybe I just don't fit into this group."

Zoe tries to reassure him: "You do fit in. We want you here."

She then asks: "Would you feel more comfortable if he wasn't here?", referring to new housemate Hussain Ahmed.

After clashing with Lewis, Hussain finds himself locking horns with Cameron Cole tonight.

Cameron brands Hussain fake, telling him: "Coming into a house and calling yourself 'The King' is as fake as it gets. It's fake."

Hussain replies: "It's not fake, it's my personality. I am The King. I'm here and I'm here to stay, I ain't going nowhere... you can't handle it."

Meanwhile, housemates speculate about who could win as the series passes the halfway point.

"I think the favourite to win at the minute are Akeem, Cameron and You," Zoe tells Tomasz.

But he replies: "Girl, I think people will hate me."

Elsewhere tonight, housemates take part in the new game changer task to win the power over nominations.

Those competing will be nominated housemates Akeem, Lewis and Kenaley alongside Cian, the current richest housemate. Cian chose Sîan Hamshaw and Zoe Jones to also take part in the game.

Big Brother explains: "Housemates, welcome to this week's Game Changer Total Domination.

"Players will face off against each other, in the age old battle of skill and precision to be the first player to build a sequence of standing dominoes and to have one single chain reaction tackle the final hinged domino thereby pressing the winning buzzer."

Big Brother 2018 continues Sunday-Friday nights at 10PM on Channel 5. The next live eviction airs Friday night with host Emma Willis.

Spoilers as housemates tackle latest game changer

October 09, 2018

Spoilers
as housemates tackle latest game changer
This evening sees the housemates take on the game changer as they compete for power over nominations.

Sunday saw housemates nominate in the Diary Room for the third time this year and the results were revealed on Monday evening.

Akeem Griffiths, Lewis Flanagan and Kenaley Amos-Sissons were all left up for the axe - as it stands.

Once again housemates will be able to take part in the Game Changer task to win the power to save a nominated housemate.

Those competing will be nominated housemates Akeem, Lewis and Kenaley alongside Cian, the current richest housemate. Cian chose Sîan Hamshaw and Zoe Jones to also take part in the game.

In this evening's highlights, the six players make their way to the task room where they find six identical winding courses and pots of dominoes.

Big Brother explains: "Housemates, welcome to this week's Game Changer Total Domination.

"Players will face off against each other, in the age old battle of skill and precision to be the first player to build a sequence of standing dominoes and to have one single chain reaction tackle the final hinged domino thereby pressing the winning buzzer"

The housemate who wins the task will get the power to save one housemate from facing eviction - including themselves.

Elsewhere tonight, Lewis Flanagan reveals he's thinking about leaving the house.

"I don't think there's any point to it any more. I think I'm just proper outstaying my welcome. I don't know why. I don't think there's anything left here for me any more," he confides in Zoe.

Meanwhile, Cameron Cole clashes with "fake" Hussain Ahmed as the pair lock horns in the bedroom.

Big Brother 2018 continues Sunday-Friday nights at 10PM on Channel 5. The next live eviction airs Friday night with host Emma Willis.

Spoilers! Housemates compete for power in latest Game Changer task

October 09, 2018

Spoilers!
Housemates compete for power in latest Game Changer task
The Big Brother 2018 housemates face a domino challenge in tonight's show.

Sunday saw housemates nominate in the Diary Room for the third time this year and the results were revealed on Monday evening.

Akeem Griffiths, Lewis Flanagan and Kenaley Amos-Sissons were all left up for the axe - as it stands.

Once again housemates will be able to take part in the Game Changer task to win the power to save a nominated housemate.

Those competing will be nominated housemates Akeem, Lewis and Kenaley alongside Cian, who overtook Tomasz as the richest housemate last night.

Cian chose Sîan Hamshaw and Zoe Jones to also take part in the game.

The six will compete in a challenge called 'Total Domination' which will be a domino race requiring "precision, dexterity and a cool head", according to Big Brother.

Housemates have to set up dominoes along a winding course before toppling them over from the start to the finish.

The housemate who wins the task will get the power to save one housemate from facing eviction - including themselves.

Nominations for the latest eviction had taken place in the house on Tuesday.

New housemates Hussain Ahmed and Isabella Farnese could not be nominated and didn't take part in the nominations.

Additionally, Tomasz could not be nominated after winning immunity in Big Brother's Big Coin auction on Saturday, guaranteeing himself at least one more week in the house.

Lewis and Akeem both had six nominations and were put up for eviction.

Kenaley had three nominations and Sian had two nominations. Cameron had one nomination. Zoe, Brooke and Cian received no nominations.

But once again this week, viewers also nominated in a secret poll unknown to the housemates.

The housemate with the fewest votes from viewers - who was not already nominated by the housemates - was Kenaley who therefore also currently faces the axe.

Big Brother 2018 continues Sunday-Friday nights at 10PM on Channel 5. The next live eviction airs Friday night with host Emma Willis.

Isabella Farnes takes Tomasz Wania Big Coins in new twist

October 09, 2018

Isabella Farnes takes Tomasz Wania Big Coins in new twist
Isabella Farnese has been given a Big Coin bonus in a new Big Brother 2018 twist.

Isabella joined this year's series on Friday alongside fellow new housemate Hussain Ahmed.

With the pair's Big Coin totals starting at 0, the original housemates were told on Saturday that they had the power to award one of the two a starting Big Coin bonus.

Unknown to Hussain and Isabella, the original housemates were told they would hold a vote tonight to determine who got the Big Coins.

The original housemates were told they could not disclose or reveal the upcoming vote to the new housemates.

In tonight's show, Big Brother gathered the group to reveal the news to the two newbies.

Big Brother gave the original housemates three minutes to discuss who should get the bonus. They quickly decided on Isabella, awarding her a starting balance of 250 coins.

Kenaley delivered the group's decision to Big Brother: "When Isabella first came in she was herself and we got to know her instantly. She made an effort with the group and she's kind."

But Big Brother then called Isabella to the Diary Room to reveal another part of the twist.

"Isabella, Big Coin does not grow on trees. You will be required to withdraw your 250 Big Coins from another housemate's account," Big Brother announced.

Isabella chose to take her money from Tomasz, concluding he was the richest housemate. It saw Tomasz become the third richest housemate, with Cian now the richest.

While Isabella has mostly settled in the house, Hussain has been causing a stir with the original lot.

In this evening's highlights he clashed with both Lewis Flanagan and Cameron Cole.

Elsewhere in tonight's episode, the nomination results were revealed to the house.

Last Friday night saw the third eviction of the series as Isaac Jagroop was eliminated against Brooke Berry and Akeem Griffiths.

On Sunday housemates nominated in the Diary Room for the third time this year. Akeem Griffiths, Lewis Flanagan and Kenaley Amos-Sissons were all left up for the axe - as it stands.

However the housemates were unaware that Kenaley was nominated by viewers for a second time, rather than the housemates.

That left Kenaley with a "weird feeling" as she reacted to being put up again, trying to work out who may have voted for her.

The trio will get a chance to save themselves in Wednesday night's gamechanger. As the richest housemate, Cian will take part alongside the nominated housemates. He will also choose two others to compete. The winner can save one of the nominated housemates (including themselves) from the vote.

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