'Big Brother': Familiar Face Joins New Housemates After Eviction, Will It Be Nikki Grahame Or Simon Gross?

Which 'Familiar Face' Is Heading Into The 'BB' House?

Big Brother’ is gaining four brand new housemates tonight - although producers have teased that one of them may look a little ‘familiar’.


Despite having only just said goodbye to Aaron Frew, who was removed from the house on Thursday morning after repeatedly flashing one of his fellow contestants, Friday’s live eviction show will see a whopping four contestants booted out.

Before the housemates have barely even had time to get over the shock departures, Big Brother will then drop another bombshell when four new faces arrive in the Borehamwood bungalow, and it sounds like they’re definitely going to be ones to watch.

This week's bumper eviction will be an exciting one

Among the new recruits include a 29-year-old science student (who spends his evenings stripping as part of the ‘UK Pleasure Boys’), a former dominatrix and a “bisexual singer and entertainer”, who insists that her attitude to life is: “Flirt with the world and get stuff for free.”

So… they sound like a nice, quiet bunch.

Will one of these 'familiar faces' be returning to the 'BB' house?

Completing the line-up will be what producers have dubbed a “very familiar face”, prompting much speculation among viewers about who it could be.

Former housemate Nikki Grahame - who delivered some of the most iconic moments in ‘BB’ history during her time in the house in 2006 - has been widely tipped to be making an appearance this series, as part of a ‘Timebomb’ twist, while ‘Big Brother 5’ winner Nadia Almada posted a cryptic message on her Twitter page earlier in the series suggesting that she might be back.

However, our money’s on Simon Gross making a return to the house, following his shock eviction on the first night, just an hour after first entering.

Amy and Sally, Chloe, Danny, Harriet, Kieran and Sarah are all facing the axe in this week’s two-hour live eviction show, which kicks off at 9pm on Friday, 29 May on Channel 5.


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