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Who Goes Tonight? YOU Decide!

So far this series, a total of 22 people have walked into the Big Brother House; 1 was rejected having not made it to full 'housemate' status, 4 couldn't handle the pace and quit the show, and 8 have been sent home in the weekly evictions. Tonight, either Freddie or Marcus will become the 9th Evictee.

After last week's manipulation by Big Brother, things have returned to normal this week: you are voting for the person you most want to get rid-of. But there lies the problem, because the majority of viewers acknowledge that both nominees are big characters and are good for the show.

Indeed, fans are actually desperate to get Bea or Lisa out, but we'll come back to them later...

In terms of which contender should stay and which one should go, nothing has really changed since we announced the nominees on Tuesday afternoon. The main argument for evicting Freddie seems to be that he has become a bit too keen to state how well he's done in the game, but that's the kind-of character flaw that we alluded-to in the aforementioned article.

However, when you've been spurned, picked-on by bullies, not supported by your peers, faced eviction most weeks, and been utterly humiliated in front of the group, isn't it alright to be chuffed that the public have seen fit to keep you in?

Okay, he's a strong and intelligent guy, but Freddie has gone through more than most during his 10-week stay, and his panic attacks seem genuine; there's only so much a person can take. Some fans think that he actually goes looking for trouble, but just because he painted himself as a pacifist, it doesn't mean he can't defend himself in an argument.

Although Freddie can be a bit annoying at times, remember that the ridiculously-stupid former contestant known as Brian Belo was constantly annoying, and he won the show.

Anyway, about fellow eviction contender Marcus, fans have been gunning for the wannabe Wolverine for weeks, mainly because he creeped viewers out with his weird behaviour towards Noirin, and then sulked like a kid when she shacked-up with Siavash.

Okay, so his rebellious acts pepped things up for a while, but as we said in the aforementioned article, that behaviour has died down now and Marcus does very little except utter crudities, talk about masturbation, or sit around in the garden/ pool being very still.

The 35-year-old is also slightly two-faced, having agreed with Charlie the other night that Freddie shouldn't have got up and laughed during his bust-up with Bea. But again, many people would have laughed in sheer disbelief if they'd heard Bea – who can't see that she's done anything wrong – saying: "If you can't take it, don't give it out".

Marcus also re-iterated to the Bea/ Lisa/ Charlie clan recently that he's not Siavash's friend, so why spend time with him? Ultimately, Marcus is a lone wolf, a loner, and given that he's adamant about wanting to leave, fans, be they Freddie's fans or Marcus' own fans, should pick-up the phone tonight and give him his wish.

That would not only bolster the genuine Freddie/ Siavash friendship/ alliance, but send a message to Bea et al that the fans aren't playing along with her game and are ignoring her efforts to try and influence people. After all, the psychology graduate has done all she can to try and turn her peers against Freddie, and it has even started rubbing-off on fans.

What we mean is, think about it: do you really dislike Freddie any more than some of the other housemates, or have you been somewhat caught up in the, erm, negativity? After all, he hasn't done that much wrong really, and Freddie was popular until Bea came along four weeks ago.

So if you think that you may have been sucked-in by all the bad-feeling and you want to give Freddie another chance, it's all the more reason to vote for Marcus tonight. If, on the other hand, you absolutely despise the posh nominee, then, notwithstanding the fact that Marcus genuinely wants to go, you know what to do.

According to online Polls and the bookies' odds, it looks like Marcus will be going tonight, but only just, so don't sit back and do nothing if you feel strongly one-way-or-the-other. Our last word on the subject is just to note that many fans reckon Marcus stands no chance of winning, but feel that Freddie could still do it. If you agree with them, aren't a staunch Marcus supporter and don't hate Freddie with a passion, then there really is only one choice.

Who goes tonight? YOU decide!

As it's gonna' be close this week, it might be worth having a little gamble on the outcome of th eviction? To check-out the latest odds and get yourself some FREE Bets, just visit our Betting Zone section. It's quick and easy to bet online, even if you've never done-so before.

You have until around 9.30pm tonight, Friday the 14th of August 2009, to register your vote/s. You can find the voting numbers in Week 10 of our Latest News section. Don't forget to tune-in to the two Channel 4 shows at 9pm and 10.35pm tonight to see which nominee gets the old heave-ho.

And if you haven't voted in the relevant Home page Poll yet, please do-so. We'll start a few new Polls by Saturday morning, and we're still taking suggestions if you have any ideas for Poll themes, whether silly or serious.

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