Big Brother Reverses Nominations Rule

Big Brother Reverses Nominations Rule
Big Brother Reverses Nominations Rule

This year’s Big Brother has certainly seen it’s fair share of bitching and backstabbing between the bickering housemates - and it’s only week three of the Channel 5 reality show. With last year’s edition of Big Brother being the first in which housemates were permitted to talk about who they were nominating for eviction, this year has seen housemates really take advantage of the rule.

Plotting has seen various camps form within the house, with 26-year-old dancer Lydia being responsible for much of the strategic chat between housemates.

Big Brother revealed last night during Big Brother’s Bit On The Side that housemates would no longer be permitted to discuss nominations, which will likely prove tough for housemates as many of the conversations in the house have revolved around who will be up for eviction.

The housemates should expect punishments if they do talk about nominations.

It was revealed earlier this week that Benedict and Lauren will face the public vote and one of them will be evicted this Friday during the live eviction show on Channel 5.

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