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Today's The Day

After 64 days of broadcasting, the Finale of Big Brother Series 4 (UK) will take place tonight, Friday the 25th of July 2003.

There's been 14 contestants in total this year, if you take into account Lisa and African swap housemate Gaetano, but the latter could never win.

However, out of the original 12 contestants just 4 remain in the game, although they still believe that fifth housemate Jon is eligible to Win. Of course, we know that he's not - he was voted back in by the public at the end of Week 7 on the understanding that he could not nominate, be nominated or win.

The outcome is by no means certain though, but it looks like Cameron is set to win tonight and scoop the cash prize for having lasted the longest in the Big Brother House.

We should say that he'll scoop the cash for ultimately being the 'most popular', but we're erring on the side of caution with that statement, even if it is technically correct.

Here at BBO, were slightly concerned that last year's scenario is going to be repeated all over again, i.e. that someone is going to win the series and then six months later, fans will be scratching their heads and thinking, "God knows why/ how that person won?" (which will be very ironic indeed in Cam's case!)

This happened last year when really, by rights, Jonny, Alex or even 'nutter Jade should have won. But the majority of fans voted for Kate in the same way that they're voting for Cameron now.

It's weird, most people that we've talked to recently have no real idea why the Orkney church-goer should win, but don't really have anything bad to say about him either. It's probably fair to say that fans are largely indifferent to anyone winning this series.

Let's not beat around the bush, that's a bit of a poor show in light of the many characters from series 3 and frankly, when looking forward to next year's series, we conclude that 'things can only get better'.

The series Final will take place tonight, split over two shows on Channel 4.

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