Tonight, the 2nd Eviction of the series takes place, when
either Ben, David, Govan or Mario will get their marching
orders and leave the House for good.
Of the four facing eviction, Ben received the most number
from his peers, and some fans seem to think that he stands
a chance of going tonight. However, at 12/1 we're almost tempted
to tip him as a good outside bet to win, and note
that the Polls before the nominees were announced and since
indicate/d that Dave is more likely to go.
That said, it doesn't seem worth talking about the virtues
of either keeping or getting rid-of the religious nominee,
nor mentioning why we should keep Mario in this week, as it
very much looks like Govan will leave by a landslide.
We appreciate that the Polls (and bookies) got it wrong last
week, but that was mainly because there was a late swing in
public opinion against Rachael later in the week. There was
probably also a low turnout in the public vote, and frankly,
that's the only thing that could stop Govan going tonight.
In other words, although Mario is definitely safe, if Ben
and Dave's detractors/ Shabby's fans pick-up the phone to
vote them out, but Govan's detractors don't bother, there
could be a shock result again.
That said, in internet Polls relating to the 2nd Eviction,
Govan is between 30% and 50% ahead of Dave, so basically everyone
that hates Govan would have to abstain. In saying that we're
issuing a subtle warning to fans, because you can't sit back
and do nothing if you really dislike and want to see the back
of a certain contender. If you do, don't moan when there's
a shock result.
Of the contenders, we'll be happy to see Govan go tonight,
especially as he now seems confident
that he'll be safe and reckons Dave is likely to go. The bitchy
and stirring 21-year-old has already stated that he'll probably
cry if his name is called-out by Davina, so... get the Kleenex
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Who goes tonight? YOU decide!