Celebrity Big Brother 2014: Dappy And Liz Jones Already Up For Eviction In Shock Twist


Tonight saw the return of Celebrity Big Brother and the introduction of 12 new housemates into the Elstree compound.

As this year's celebrity housemates were introduced by host Emma Willis, they became privy to Big Brother's first challenge. The challenge of being handcuffed to their fellow housemate who they met for the first time on the red carpet before they entered the house.

So with Jim Davidson and Linda Nolan being the first pair to find out that they were going to be handcuffed together for the foreseeable, they were also tasked by Big Brother to make the decision about which celebrity pair they wanted to release.

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Dappy is up for eviction (Channel 5 / Picselect)

As Lee Ryan and Casey Batchelor, Dappy and Liz Jones, Sam Faiers and Jasmine Waltz, Ollie Locke and Lionel Blair and Luisa Zissman and Evander Holyfield got paired together and made their way into the house, it was soon time for Jim and Linda to decide who they wanted to free.

With the rest of the housemates watching Linda and Jim in the diary room, they saw the pair choose to unlock Dappy and Liz from their handcuffs. Explaining the decision, Jim said: "For me, they both look a bit stressed. Liz needs to glide into this."

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Will Liz be the first celebrity to leave the house? (Channel 5 / Picselect)

Agreeing with Jim, Linda added: "It will make it easier for them."

But joy for Dappy and Liz soon turned to shock for the pair who were told that they were up for the first eviction as a pair. However, Big Brother went on to reveal that Dappy and Liz won't be the only ones up for eviction when nominations take place on Monday.

A shock twist or what?

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