‘Big Brother’ fans will be watching yet another housemate leaving the Borehamwood bungalow on Friday night, and the bookies have Ash Harrison down as the contestant who will be coming down those famous stairs.
Ash has been given odds of 1/25 to leave the house by Paddy Power, making him a sure-fire favourite, with Matthew Davis and Christopher Hall behind him with odds of 8/1 and 16/1 respectively.
The other two nominated housemates - Mark Byron and Winston Showan - don’t look like they’ll be going anywhere, with both of them having odds of 66/1, which will no doubt be music to Danielle McMahon’s ears.
Danielle recently revealed she had a saucy dream about Winston, though he seemed less than keen to pursue a relationship with the Catholic glamour model.
Ash’s unpopularity from the public probably stems from his close friendship with Helen Wood, who has been described as a “bully” by some viewers and has been given an official warning by show bosses over her “unacceptable” treatment of her fellow housemates.
He also caused a bit of a stir last week when he bluntly branded Jale Karaturp a “maggot”, and was criticised when he and Marlon Wallen were shown watching the girls during a work-out session, lamenting the fact that no “slut-buckets” had been put into the house.
The five boys currently facing the public vote were chosen by the female housemates as part of this week’s ‘Girl Power’ twist, which saw them save Marlon, Chris Wright and Steven Goode from the public vote, after they were asked to deliver emotional pleas to keep themselves in the house.