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Eighth Round Nominees Announced

Big Brother messed around with things last week and eleven people ended-up facing eviction. However, the eviction was cancelled because likely evictee Ken quit in the early hours of Thursday morning.

This week, things were more straightforward, and as a result the following housemates are facing eviction this week: Noirin and Marcus.

Well, well, well. So, it's the hunter versus the hunted, or more accurately given that Marcus has now fallen-out with her, the 'sulky baby' vs 'the ignored'. But which one is likely to go on Friday?

In our recent 12-way 'Who do you want out next?' Poll, Lisa and Marcus were vying for the top spot with the former on 33% and the latter just behind on 32%. Noirin was the next on the public's hit list, gaining 18% in the same Poll.

So, it might appear that, seeing fans can't get rid of Lisa for the second week in a row, Marcus will be the obvious evictee? But hang on a minute...

Fans have definitely tired of his know-all attitude, suspect BS, unbelievable hardman persona, bad attitude, egotistical manner, pervy ways and pathetic sulkiness, the latter just because Noirin got together with another guy when he never stood a chance anyway.

That said, Marcus may well get a slight reprieve for that very reason, although we wouldn't go as far as to call it the sympathy vote. He is also the biggest rebel the show has ever seen, which is surely a good thing as far as creating good TV goes?

With regard to Noirin's chances of surviving, fans have definitely had enough of her feistiness, selfish behaviour and manipulative behaviour now, and have been gunning for the Irish floozy for a good couple of weeks.

Her recent 'thing' with Siavash is possibly the last straw though, especially as she's been leading Marcus on for weeks and hasn't made it crystal clear to any of her potential suitors that they don't stand a chance. Indeed, the 25-year-old retailer has even mentioned her 'ex' and claimed that she still has feelings for him... so why all the flirting?

So, what's it to be, BB fans? Do we keep moping Marcus in and hope he gets over Noirin's eviction and gets back to his rebellious ways and misplaced bravado, or should we retain Noirin for a little while longer, just to see how her potentially-fake coupling with Siavash pans out?

Fans of Siavash, who has now slipped in the bookies' rankings due to his association with Noirin, will doubtless want to see the back of her. However, if Noirin goes, that rather messes-up Big Brother's plan to put her ex-boyfriend in. After all, what would be the point of that if she gets evicted?

Anyway, who goes? YOU decide!

The 7th Eviction of Big Brother 10 will take place on Friday the 31st of July 2009, and voting lines are now open. The voting telephone numbers will be detailed in another article from Week 8 of our Latest News section soon.

Don't forget to go and vote in our Home page Poll relating to the 7th Eviction, which will go live later tonight and run until Friday evening. Remember, it's just for fun and you still need to register a phone vote-or-two if you desperately want rid-of a particular nominee.

Just two people are up this week, but it should be close, so it might actually be worth having a little flutter on the outcome of the eviction this week.

If you'd like to check-out the odds for the 7th Eviction and maybe have a bet to make things a bit more interesting, visit our Betting Zone and click one of the links to the bookies there. All three offer new customers a Free Bet worth up to £50, so in a way you can't lose.

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