How to vote in Big Brother 2023 online and by phone
All the instructions and information you need to make sure you can vote on Big Brother 2023.
It's the final week of Big Brother, and with one final eviction looming, we will soon find out who the final five housemates going through to the final will be.
The latest contestants to be evicted were Jenkin and Tom, after the public voted to keep Jordan in the Big Brother house.
Following their evictions, Hallie, Kerry, Dylan, Paul, Chanelle, Trish, Jenkin and Tom all left the Big Brother house.
The Big Brother final is on Friday 17th November, and the public play a crucial role in deciding who ultimately wins Big Brother – and, of course, the whopping £100,000 cash prize.
Who will be crowned the winner? You decide!
With the stakes higher than ever, here's everything you need to know about how you can vote in Big Brother 2023.
How to vote online for Big Brother
Viewers can vote for Big Brother online via the website itv.com/vote.
If viewers want to vote, they must follow the instructions to cast their ballot for each voting window. If they don't already have an account, they will be required to register on the website before being able to vote.
How to vote via the app for Big Brother
Apple and Android users can download the latest version of the official Big Brother app from the relevant app store.
Users will have to click on the button 'Vote Now' in the app and will be directed ITV's voting website.
When will the Big Brother vote open?
Voting opens on and closes for each voting window as specified on the app or during Big Brother. So keep your eyes peeled!
Each week, the housemates will nominate who they want from the Big Brother house, and in turn, the public will be able to vote for the nominated housemate(s) they want to leave Big Brother.
The housemate(s) with the highest number of votes from the public will be evicted from the Big Brother house.
Is it free to vote online for Big Brother?
Yes, users of the Big Brother app are able to vote freely.
Can you vote by phone?
ITV has stated that if there are technical difficulties with voting online, "the voting mechanic may be changed to a paid emergency mobile voice short codes".
The full terms and conditions can be viewed here.
Big Brother continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2 and ITVX.
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