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Big Brother 2017 spoilers! SIX housemates face eviction this week…

Six housemates face eviction from Big Brother 2017 this week, it’s been revealed.

 

Sukhvinder Javeed and Raphael Korine are among the housemates who will face eviction live on Friday with the full nomination reveal taking place tonight on Bit On The Side from 10PM.

 

The nominations themselves will be shown in tomorrow night’s Big Brother at 10pm, Channel 5.

However a first nominations twist will be seen in tonight’s show as Raph gets ‘killer nominated’ by Joe Quaranta following a task.

Yesterday housemates took part in a challenge where they could win various prizes – or so they thought.

Big Brother asked questions to the housemates and they were led to believe if they correctly answered their questions, then they would win gifts. The housemates who answered correctly were actually given punishments that they had to give to a chosen housemates. If they answered incorrectly, then they would personally receive the punishment.

 

Lotan Carter got his question right and was given the power of killer nomination, which he had to gift to another housemate, picking Joe.

“Oh no, now you’re f**king with me,” Joe reacted. “No, you’re killing me now. ”

Big Brother announced to Joe: “Joe, you have received a killer nomination, this means you have to face one housemate to definitely face the next public vote for eviction.”

Joe then had to nominate one of his fellow housemates face to face with that person automatically going up for the chop.

Joe chose Raph as his killer nomination as ‘he’s too intelligent and hasn’t really mucked in like everyone else’.

Raph will therefore definitely face the latest eviction on Friday alongside Sukhvinder and four other still to be confirmed housemates.

Big Brother airs tonight at 10PM on Channel 5.

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