This week’s ‘Big Brother’ nominations have been revealed, with five of the eight remaining boys going up for eviction as the final part of the ‘Girl Power’ twist.
After the first three evictees of the series were all female, the show's producers decided to give the ladies in the house a break and instead make them all immune from being nominated.
This included Jale Karaturp, who Pauline Bennett chose as her ‘Killer Nomination’ to face eviction every week until she leaves the house, and so was given her first ever week off from the public vote.
Instead, the five remaining girls had to put their heads together and decide which boys would be going head-to-head in the fourth eviction on Friday.
For the past few days, the boys have been set challenges to try and convince the girls to save them, which has included giving them spa treatments and even performing a raunchy strip-tease.
Yesterday was their final chance to be saved and they were each required to deliver a final plea to the women of the house that would seal their fate.
As each boy delivered their speech - in scenes that will air during Tuesday’s highlights show - the female housemates became visibly emotional, especially during Chris’s testimony.
Ultimately, they chose to save “leader” Steven Goode, Marlon Wallen and Chris Wright, who the girls said they hoped would feel more “appreciated” now that he’s been saved.
This means that there are five boys facing the public vote this week: Ash Harrison, Winston Showan, Mark Byron, Matthew Davies and Christopher Hall.
The girls will no doubt be pleased their group ‘Power Trip’ is now over, with Danielle McMahon previously crying to Big Brother that she wanted it to end, and controversial Helen Wood furiously telling her fellow housemates the nominations twist was going to make her “explode”.