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Big Brother Now Knows ALL

Last night, the eighth person of the series was evicted, but it just occurred to us that Big Brother now knows exactly who the voting public favour.

What we mean is that because the voting was reversed to positive voting last week, the producers – who are privy to the actual percentages for all ten eviction contenders – now know what the public thinks of them all.

In other words, they now know who the most popular housemate is, who the second-most popular one is etc, even though they don't release the figures to us fans, so we're still in the dark. But if they know, then shouldn't we know too?

The Big Brother producers have already been accused of temporarily changing it from 'vote to evict' to 'vote to save' in-order to protect the big characters such as Bea, Lisa and Marcus, one of whom would definitely have gone if the voting rules hadn't been reversed.

And it worked too, because Hira got evicted due to a lack of support from fans. To make it clear, Hira would never have been evicted on Friday night if the public had been voting to evict someone, as-is the norm. And that's a fact.

Anyway, now that Big Bro is armed with the information about who's popular and who's not, the entity is set-up to manipulate things even more over the coming weeks to keep certain housemates in, or get rid of others.

Of course, Channel 4/ Endemol would deny that any such manipulation goes on, but we already know that viewers are constantly being manipulated by the editing of the show.

In their defence though, the producers can't put words into a particular housemate's mouth if they say something controversial, and they can't make someone look like the 'life and soul' if they're dull and boring.

Previously, we were of the opinion that if a BB housemate has an obvious gameplan to win, it should be irrelevant because ultimately the fans decide who stays and who goes. However, Big Brother has just proven that it definitely has an influence on the outcome.

That's not necessarily a criticism though, as Big Brother UK fans are notorious for getting rid of the obnoxious characters and schemers first, yet in other countries the fans seem to embrace such behaviour and deliberately keep the big characters in longer.

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