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Nominees For The 3rd Eviction Confirmed

Big Brother Nominees Confirmed

Yesterday, after the Third Round of nominations had taken place, David, Shabby and Sunshine became nominees. However, the trio competed in Big Brother's 'Your Face On TV' challenge today to establish which one would definitely save themselves from possible eviction this week.

For the challenge, each nominee had to unscramble a picture of their own face against the clock, and just like the 'assault course' challenge two weeks ago, Dave was the quickest. Therefore, the 39-year-old won the chance to replace himself with someone else, and although he nearly went for JJ just as he threatened-to last night, he ended-up choosing Caoimhe.

Maybe he wanted to split Shabby's little gang up, or perhaps he thought Sunshine was safe and wanted to wind Shabby up, seeing as both she and her love interest can't survive if that's the case.

On that note, it looks like Sunshine will survive this week, but Shabby has already suggested that she'll quit if Caoimhe gets evicted.

Some fans are pleased with that because it means they can get rid-of two housemates for the price of one. Other fans, however – although not fond of Caoimhe – reckon Shabby should go, just to see if her Irish pal is nicer without her undeniably negative influence.

At this early stage it looks like Caoimhe is set to go, which is a bit odd because Shabby has been something of a hate figure for a while, and was way ahead (of everyone including Caoimhe) in our recent 'Who do you want out next?' Poll.

Still, Wednesday night's Channel 4 highlights show won't exactly portray Shabby in good light due to the fuss she made today over her hat. So, fans may turn against her as the week goes on, and take the opportunity to get-rid of the gobby squatter sooner-rather-than-later.

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Who goes? YOU decide!

The voting telephone lines will open on Wednesday and we'll detail the numbers in our Nominations section when they do. In the meantime, you can vote in our 3rd Eviction Poll, which you'll find in our dedicated Big Brother Polls section.

If you fancy having a bet on the outcome of the 3rd Eviction, you can find the links to the bookies on the aforementioned Polls page. The likes of Caoimhe are already 'odds-on' though, so perhaps it would be better to have a gamble on the Outright Winner market instead?

At the time of writing, a £15 bet on Corin would make you nearly £41 profit plus your stake back if it came right (at odds of 11/4), on Steve it would make £60 (4/1), £75 on Josie (5/1), £90 on Ben (6/1), £105 on John James (7/1), £150 on Mario (10/1), £240 on Ife or Nathan (16/1), £375 on Sunshine (25/1), £495 on Caoimhe or Shabby (33/1) and £1200 on Dave (80/1).

To see who's moved in the betting and has lower odds now (giving a lower return for your money), and therefore who's more likely to win in the eyes of the bookies, click here to read a similar article from this time last week.

Remember, if you're thinking of having a little flutter to spice things up, you can get yourself a FREE Bet from our betting partners, so effectively you can back two possible winners for the price of one. More info here.

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