Five contestants face eviction this week on Big Brother!


On Wednesday, 8th November, this week's nominees were revealed with four contestants joining Jenkin, who was put up for eviction during the Hunger Games task earlier this week.

This Friday, the contestants in the Big Brother 2023 line-up with the most votes will be evicted.

Voting for this week’s eviction opens at 10pm tonight (8th November) exclusively via the Big Brother app, with viewers being asked to vote for the housemate they wish to evict from the house.

The hosts will reveal the results on Friday's show and viewers can then watch AJ Odudu and Will Best grill the evictees in their first live interview on Big Brother: Late & Live.

So, who is up for eviction this week?

Read on for everything you need to know about this week's nominations.

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Week 5 - Jenkin, Noky, Chanelle, Olivia, Trish

This week, Noky, Chanelle, Olivia and Trish all face the public vote, along with Jenkin who was put up during the Hunger Games task earlier this week.

Chanelle received four nominations from Jordan, Trish, Yinrun and Noky. Noky received three nominations from Henry, Yinrun and Tom. Trish received three nominations from Chanelle, Jenkin and Tom. Olivia received four nominations from Matty, Henry, and Jordan.

With five housemates facing the public vote, it is the highest number of housemates up for eviction this series to date.

Week 4 - Dylan, Noky, Paul and Trish

Dylan, Noky, Paul and Trish will be the next housemates to face the public vote

The news was revealed during the episode which aired on Wednesday 1st November.

Dylan received seven nominations from Henry, Noky, Chanelle, Matty, Jenkin, Yinrun and Trish.

Noky was next after receiving six nominations from Olivia, Jenkin, Dylan, Paul, Jordan and Tom.

Trish received five nominations from Olivia, Chanelle, Dylan, Paul and Tom, while Paul received four nominations from Noky, Henry, Yinrun and Trish.

Earlier in the week, Kerry, Dylan and Olivia were automatically put up for the public vote, after Trish and Noky were given the secret task of choosing housemates for the "Cursed Nominations". Kerry was subsequently evicted on the episode, which aired on Halloween.

Week 3 - Dylan, Hallie and Trish

Big Brother contestants Dylan, Hallie and Trish
Big Brother contestants Dylan, Hallie and Trish. ITV

Three contestants face eviction this week, with Dylan, Hallie and Trish all receiving the most nominations from their fellow housemates.

Trish received five nominations from Dylan, Jenkin, Kerry, Paul and Tom.

Dylan received four nominations from Kerry, Noky, Olivia and Trish.

Hallie received four nominations from Chanelle, Jenkin, Jordan and Tom.

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.

Week 2 - Zak and Henry

Big Brother stars Zak and Henry
Big Brother stars Zak and Henry. Channel 4

With the most votes from their fellow housemates, Zak and Henry became latest set of contestants to be up for eviction.

Zak received five nominations – from Hallie, Kerry, Chanelle, Jenkin and Henry.

Henry received four nominations – from Dylan, Olivia, Noky and Jenkin.

During the nominations, Noky said: "It irritates me when you see someone taking and taking and taking but you don’t see them giving back.”

Week 1 - Kerry and Farida

Kerry and Farida were the first contestants up for eviction in Week 1.

Revealed exclusively live on air on Big Brother: Late & Live, co-host Will Best confirmed tonight that Kerry and Farida received the most nominations from their fellow housemates.

As Olivia had won immunity by passing her secret mission earlier this week, housemates were prohibited from nominating her for eviction.

Farida was later evicted.

Big Brother airs on weekdays and Sundays on ITV2 and ITVX, with Live Evictions also airing on ITV1. If you’re looking for more to watch, check out our TV Guide or visit our hub for more Entertainment news.


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