Who Goes Tonight? YOU Decide!
Tonight, either Billi, Carole or Tracey will leave the Big
Brother House as the 3rd Evictee of the series, the former
having spent 15 days in the game and the latter pair having
lasted the full 31 so far.
But, like the Highlander, there can be only one (evictee),
so which one of the three nominees is likely to go tonight?
Frankly, it will be Billi without any shadow of a doubt.
For some reason the bookies are still taking money on Tracey,
but fans are almost certainly throwing it away. As we said
before, Trace' has her fair share of detractors and hasn't
lived up to expectations, but she has nowhere near as many
as Mr Vain himself does.
Carole doesn't even figure so it's not even worth considering
that she might go tonight, especially as she shows flickers
of fun every now and then, like the time she chased Ziggy
around for a dry hump, and when she came into the bedroom
looking like she was set to moan, but then busted-out some
wacky kung-fu moves!
That's definitely not what Carole promised when she came
in, but at this stage we'd definitely be prepared to swap
that kind of fun for the friction she hinted-at in her entrance
Anyway back to Billi, and even though the Middlesex model
has gained some late fans just as Seany did last week (mainly
because he challenges and winds Charley up), unfortunately
that won't be enough to keep him in.
The 25-year-old 'hair obsessive' will leave tonight with
a majority of between 50% and 60% in the public vote, and
unlike last week's evictee Seany, he won't really be missed,
as harsh as that sounds.
So, who stays, who goes? YOU decide!
You have until around 9pm tonight, Friday the 29th of June
2007, to register your vote. You can find the telephone voting
numbers in another article from Week 4 of our Latest News
section. If you wish to see which charities will benefit from
your vote, please click here.
Don't forget, you can always come and have your say in our
Discussion Forum, or just read what other Big Brother 8 viewers
are saying about the show by clicking here.
It's quick-and-easy to register and get going if you'd like
to get involved in all the banter.
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