Who Goes Tonight? YOU Decide!
Last week it was the housemates (Gurus) who decided which
nominee got sent home, consequently taking the opportunity
away from fans to give Carole the boot. Today, however, it's
a normal eviction, except that two out-of the three
nominees will be sent packing... but which two?
We were being cautious in our article announcing the nominees,
when we acknowledged that Tracey has possibly won some support
back lately because she's been less dismissive and a bit more
fun. Even so, it has now become clear that she can't survive
Frankly, the raver has displayed too much negative behaviour
during her time in the House, and it's also a bit annoying
that we know relatively nothing about her, despite the fact
that she's been in there for several months.
So, Tracey will go tonight and only positive voting (i.e.
vote to save/ win) could have changed this.
We say that because if the voting had been reversed –
as it is as the end of a series – Jonty probably wouldn't
have had as much support as Tracey, so the museum man would
likely have taken her place tonight.
However, as it's 'vote to evict' and taking into account
that Tracey must surely have more detractors than Jonty, the
former will likely go tonight and Kara-Louise will join her.
Frankly, the privately educated student has proven a bit
too dull and whiny during her month in the game. Also, she
doesn't seem to have the grasped the concept that Big Brother
is ultimately a popularity contest, nor the notion that she
isn't actually that popular. Sorry, but don't go on Big Brother
if you can't handle that possibility.
Who stays, who goes? YOU decide!
You have until around 9.15pm tonight, Friday the 24th of
August 2007, to register your vote/s for the hosuemate/s you'd
most like to see evicted at the Double Eviction. Remember,
it only costs 25p to vote this year and some of that money
goes to charity. The voting telephone numbers can be found
Why not have your say about the Double Eviction or indeed
any aspect of Big Brother 8 in our Discussion
Forum, or just come and read what other viewers are saying
about the show if you'd rather do that?
Lastly, it's too late to bet on the outcome of the Double
Eviction now, because the odds are so low on Tracey and Kara
going, but you could always have a fun bet on what Trace'
might say during her interview? To check-out the possibilities
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