6th Evictee: It's Aisleyne (Moving To The Secret House)
She was facing Suzie at the 6th Eviction of the series, and
tonight Aisleyne got kicked-out with a majority of 67% in
the public vote.
Our recent Poll suggested a figure of 76%, so it wasn't quite
as accurate as normal. However, we feel that some fans would
have changed their minds about evicting Ash last-minute, as
Big Bro's extra twist arguably meant that Suzie would be the
more suitable nominee for moving.
To re-iterate, her majority wasn't because Ash was more disliked
than Suzie with the fans, rather that the former would likely
be more interesting in the Secret House.
At the 4th Eviction two weeks ago, the crowd adapted a song
to call for Grace to leave; at the 5th Eviction last week,
they chanted to get Lisa out. This week, there were no chants
for Ash as the public knew she wasn't actually going home.
Instead, the crowd chanted 'Get Le-a Out!' just as Davina
addressed the group, which is something fans were planning
to do in our Discussion
And frankly, if she isn't up at the 7th Eviction next week,
more and more people are likely to join-in with the anti-Lea
sentiment... you naughty lot!
Upon hearing the (technically false) news that she'd become
the 6th Evictee, Aisleyne – sat close to Lea –
put on a false smile and briefly laughed nervously.
Following on from Imogen, surviving nominee Suzie came over
to offer a hug, but Ash voiced her concern about the crowd
booing her. They weren't; she had nothing to worry about.
Glyn, Mikey, Nikki and Richard then came over to give her
a kiss, but the promo girl just put her head in her hands
and started blubbing, calling for her Dad. Her peers tried
their best to console the latecomer and allay her fears, as
she repeatedly said, "I'm sh***ing myself".
Aisleyne had just 30 minutes left in the Big Brother House,
during which time she made up with Lea over the recent argument
and bitchy comments towards one another.
So, Ash would definitely be leaving, but she wouldn't be
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