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4th And 5th Evictions Tonight - Who Will Go?

It's Day 29, and two out of this week's three nominees, Cam, Fed and Jon, will be booted-out of the Big Brother House tonight, foregoing their chance to scoop the £70k prize money.

This is the fourth time in a row that Jon has been up for eviction and he's gaining almost legendary status now as a Big Brother survivor. We wonder whether Jon really can go all the way but for now, it looks like his status is about to be reinforced.

It's clear already that the intelligent and humourously pedantic housemate is set to survive for the fourth time in a row, but he has actually resigned himself to going in light of facing the light of facing the innocuous Cameron, who he sees as a very popular housemate.

By default, this means that Cameron and Fed will go tonight.

We kind of agree with that outcome in Feds' case, as he looks like he's not enjoying the whole experience any more to be quite honest.

Cameron, however, told Big Bro that he would rather the other two went, before acknowledging that he would cope if he got the boot now.
We'll be a little gutted to lose Cam as he's an inoffensive bloke and has only just starting to show some character and let his hair down a bit. Its a case of 'too little, too late' though, as his fate is almost certainly sealed. As is Fed's.

Fed has proved to be quite an intriguing character over the past four weeks but his controversial comments have gotten too much for the fans of late. As one fan recently put it, 'He's run his course', and we're not going to argue with that.

You can make your own mind up about who you think should stay and who should go, and when you have, you'll find the voting numbers you need in an earlier story on our Latest News page.

Don't forget to tune-in to Channel 4 tonight at 8.30pm, 10pm and 11.15pm to see the special 'double eviction' coverage.

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