Housemates Won't Be Told The Returnee Can Win
You'd be forgiven for being slightly confused over all the
recent twists, as even we've struggled to keep-up
with all the goings-on lately!
Over the past week alone, two people have been kicked-out
(Mikey and Suzie), then four ex-housemates arrived next door
(Grace, Lea, Mikey and Nikki), then the two nominees (Imogen
and Richard) got sent permanently next door, and finally,
one ex-housemate (Grace) came to stay in the main House for
Blimey! That's a lot of to-ing and fro-ing, but just to clarify,
here's what we think will happen next...
After tonight's eviction - which will probably take place
during the first live show - either Imogen or Richard will
come back from the house next door, to face the news that
they must help choose the returnee they'd like to spend their
last week with.
So, five of the longer-standing members of the group will
vote to move either Grace, Lea, Mikey or Nikki into the main
House. Well, it would have been five if Glyn hadn't climbed
onto the roof, so in light of his punishment it will be Ash,
Jennie, Pete and (probably) Rich deciding.
Big Brother is keeping things close to its metaphorical chest
as-to precisely how the four will decide, but they
will not be told in advance that the last person to (re)enter
the main BB House is eligible to scoop the £100k prize
This is a last minute change of plan. Big Bro, you (annoyingly)
sly and unpredictable old devil!
So, they don't need to vote tactically and choose someone
like Mikey who doesn't really stand a chance of winning. Unless
they suspect that the returnee can win, of course.
If the group are given one minute to discuss it, we would
expect the game-savvy Richard to mention that Nikki is a strong
contender to win.
Then again, if he does that he'll risk alienating his best
pal Pete. But if they allow Nikki to come back, Pete's chances
of winning could suffer.
Hmmm... what price love? Perhaps the woman that Rich named
'Dolly' would be a good compromise choice?
One thing's for sure, this latest round of twists has certainly
pepped the series up, and despite all the controversy, has
proved a big hit with the fans in terms of creating extra
excitement and bringing some unpredictability to the proceedings.
Don't forget to tune-in tonight, Friday the 11th of August,
to the two live shows on Channel 4, the first one being at
8.30pm and the second at 10pm.
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