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Who Goes Tonight? YOU Decide!

Tonight, the fifteenth person will leave the Big Brother House after Beinazir was rejected, Saffia quit, Sophia, Cairon, Angel, Sree, Kris and Karly got evicted, Ken and then Tom jacked it in, Noirin got the boot, Isaac became the fourth quitter, and most recently, Hira and Freddie got the old heave-ho too.

As you're probably aware, it's Bea vs David vs Marcus this week, but as we suggested when we announced the nominees, it's a one-horse race really. Actually, if we're going to use a racing analogy, it's the other way around: it's a three horse race, but one of them has the equivalent of two legs missing and stands no chance of making it to the finish line!

And that someone is Bea, who fans will be very glad to see the back-of.

Some fans (well, Dave detractors) seem to think that David might go tonight, but that's extremely unlikely to happen, although we must admit that the public have turned against him a bit more over the past couple of days.

Still, it's not as if any late swing in public opinion will have a huge effect like it did last week, because Bea has such a massive lead in the eviction Polls and isn't really catchable. After all, it's not like she has suddenly become particularly likeable or redeemed herself over the past few days.

Marcus is unlikely to go either, and the somewhat weird window fitter is actually a genuine contender to win now, as amazing as that would have sounded if we'd told you that just a few weeks ago!

What fans must realise though, is that if they just sit back and don't bother voting, thinking that someone else will take care of it, they could be in for a massive shock. Okay, it's fairly unlikely to be honest, but remember that it was a shock result last week, when everyone thought that Marcus would go, but Freddie got sent home in the end (we explained what happened here).

Some fans are determined to multiple-vote for Bea this week in a bid to try and make her the 'Most Hated Housemate Ever' and take the title from Rex Newmark's ex-girlfriend Nicole Cammack, who got 94.04% in a three-way vote last year.

We don't think it'll happen though, and Bea's percentage is more likely to be somewhere between 80% and 90%... but that's down to you lot!

You have until around 9.30pm tonight, Friday the 21st of August 2009, to register your vote/s. You can find the voting numbers in Week 11 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 Bea's face.

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 as we move towards the end of the series.

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