Last week's eviction was cancelled as a result of latecomer
Keeley injuring herself, but there have been no such setbacks
this week, so the 6th Eviction should take place tonight as
It's between Andrew, Ben, Dave and John James, but our '6th
Eviction' Poll – which has been running since the contenders
were confirmed on Tuesday – indicates that most fans
want Ben out at the moment, with the toff holding 36%. However,
Dave is close behind him on 31%.
So, seeing as Andrew and John James are on 19% and 14% respectively,
it looks like it's between Ben and Dave. However, we're reluctant
to go on record to say which one will likely get the boot.
On the face of it, given that Ben is top of the aforementioned
Poll, and he was also ahead of Dave in the forerunning Poll
asking who fans wanted out next in advance of Monday's nominations,
it seems likely that the posh broadcaster will go.
Some fans have enjoyed the 30-year-old's wit, brutal honesty
and defiant behaviour over the weeks, but lately he has become
less animated, eccentric and humorous, and more bitchy.
Dave has his faults too though, namely that he doesn't appear
to be the most loyal or discrete person. Also, some fans believe
the religious man is manipulative and is playing his peers
like well-tuned piano.
Check-out the exaggerated BB11 Launch-night-style laughter
in his 'Outbreak at Morning Star' video on YouTube. Okay,
Bennie Boy is quirky, but Dave comes across as downright weird
in that vid, and he definitely seems to have toned things
down in the Big Brother House in recent weeks. His detractors
sight this as evidence of his game-playing.
Even if Ben's popularity has waned recently, he
undoubtedly has a lot more fans than Dave does, so it may
be that Dave goes tonight by a small margin. Therefore, fans
should probably expect Ben to go (especially seeing as John's
army of fans are threatening to lay the metaphorical boot
in and vote him out), but be open to the possibility that
Dave might be walking through the famous double doors tonight,
as vague a prediction as that is.
Of course, who goes is entirely down to the fans, and depends
whether they pick-up the phone to vote or not. Polls mean
nothing if people aren't bothered enough about the contenders
to participate in the public vote. If you feel strongly about
getting rid of one of the four contenders for eviction, please
On that note, you can find the voting telephone numbers
for tonight's eviction in our Nominations section.
Who goes tonight? YOU decide!