Big Brother viewers blast ITV2 show as ‘wrong people’ put up for next eviction

Big Brother viewers have all shared the same complaint after learning the names of the three housemates up for eviction this week.

On Friday (October 27) evening, one contestant will be given the boot from the famous house and will be greeted by hosts AJ Odudu and Will Best. During Wednesday's (October 25) episode, the 14 remaining housemates nominated for the third time.

They each took in turns after all told Big Brother two people they'd like to see leave the house next. It was later revealed that Dylan, Hallie and Trish will be the next people to face the public vote.

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The trio received the most nominations from their fellow housemates this week. Trish received five nominations from Dylan, Jenkin, Kerry, Paul and Tom, Dylan received four nominations from Kerry, Noky, Olivia and Trish and Hallie received four nominations from Chanelle, Jenkin, Jordan and Tom.

In a shock twist, Yinrun's rule break resulted in her nominations for Hallie and Kerry being revoked, ultimately leading to Dylan facing the public vote alongside Hallie and Trish. One unlucky housemate will follow in the footstep of Zak who got the boot from the show last week.

Reacting to the nominations result on X, formerly known as Twitter, one fan penned: "Wrong people are up for eviction." Another added: "I can’t believe we’re going to have another week of Paul and Kerry. A third person said: "So we have to vote between Hallie and Trish when Paul and Kerry are right there?"

Speaking to Daily Star following his eviction, Zak has admitted to feeling blindsided by his co-stars' decision to nominate him. The model admitted that he was "gutted" to be leaving so early and expressed how surprised he was to receive five nominations from his fellow housemates.

He said: "I was really shocked that I had the most nominations out of everyone in the household which was quite shocking to be fair. I felt like I was genuine and I felt like I was friends with everyone and got along with everyone so my name being up for nominations that week, it did come as a surprise.

"At the same time, I didn't see what other people saw and always goes to show that not everyone in the house has good intentions for you. I do kind think a lot of people might have not felt threatened but felt like but a lot of people thought because I was so genuine people felt a bit intimidated by that and not everyone believed that I could be so nice to everyone."

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Zak then went on to express that Hallie later apologised to him and explained that she felt guilty for "speaking to other people" which could have resulted in him being up for eviction. Zak's untimely departure from the show left a number of viewers divided. Some avid watchers were disappointed he'd been given the boot so early while others would have liked to have seen him stay.

Taking to X formerly known as Twitter, one person wrote: "Well if THIS is the way the UK is voting #BBUK will be VERY short-lived! In what universe does Zak get Evicted while HENRY who is about as entertaining as a garden snail gets to stay?"

Big Brother airs Sunday to Thursday on ITV2 and ITVX at 9pm followed by Big Brother Late & Live at 10pm

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