The Celebrity Big Brother 2018 housemates will look after children in a new task.
In a Big Brother first, kids will enter the Celebrity Big Brother house.
4-year-old to 6-year-olds will make use of Big Brother’s creche, staffed by the housemates.
Host Emma Willis revealed on Bit On The Side that the task will test whether men or women are better at looking after children.
In another task over the weekend, Big Brother has asked viewers to name the most gullible housemate.
#CBBBOTS EXCLUSIVE! Who looks after children best, men or women? We’ll be finding out next week in the Big Brother Creche! 🧒 #CBB pic.twitter.com/G6o9CiCSJi
— Big Brother UK (@bbuk) January 12, 2018
Big Brother tweeted: “Who’s the most gullible housemate? Have you say in our poll and you can affect what happens in this weekend’s task! Head to the #CBB app or website”
The new tasks follow the very first eviction of the series.
Since Tuesday, viewers have been voting to save either India or Jonny.
Tonight, Emma revealed live to the house that India received the fewest votes and would be the first housemate to leave Celebrity Big Brother January 2018.
After saying goodbye to her fellow housemates, India was greeted to cheers from the crowd.
Emma asked if India expected to be nominated by the women who had the power this week.
Asked if she thought the outcome would have been different if the male housemates were able to nominate, India told Emma: “I don’t think so.
“I think I peeved them off on the first night that they came in with that question about gender and love. That got their hackles up a little bit. My tactics were all over the place.”
Emma asked if she went in there to play a game, and India replied: “I was psyched up to mix it a little bit.
Malika, Jess and Ashley.
“Maybe have some confrontations; just stir things up, cause a little bit of trouble. But it’s not that sort of house.”
Celebrity Big Brother returns tomorrow night at 10:30pm on Channel 5, or catch it first on 5Star at 9pm.
Emma will be back next Friday at 9pm for a live DOUBLE eviction.
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