Big Brother 2017 bosses could be facing a rebellion from this year's housemates just two days into the series.
On launch night, us viewers had control as we voted one contestant into the house - Tom Barber - to become the 'People's Housemate'.
As the People's Housemate, Tom has lots of power and also a lot of decisions to make which have already caused tensions in the house.
His first decision was to pick which half of the housemates to 'exile' from the United Kingdom of Big Brother, leaving them at risk of eviction on Friday night.
In last night's (Tuesday) show, Tom took part in a Facebook Live session where viewers at home helped him to make important decisions that will affect the house. He had to select eight housemates to be exiled to an inferior life in the house, who are also at risk of eviction on Friday.
Meanwhile, Big Brother gathered the housemates to explain the twist. Tom then delivered his decision on which housemates had been granted citizenship and which housemates had been exiled and risked eviction.
Tom told Rebecca, Sukhvinder, Chanelle, Raph, Hannah, Arthur, Charlotte and Lotan that they had been exiled.
In the house yesterday, Tom was given more power as Big Brother asked him to implement rules that the exiled housemates had to live by.
The rules were that exiled housemates must disclose all private conversations, exiled housemates must bow whenever a non-exiled housemate enters a room and finally that exiled housemates must make all food and drink for non-exiled housemates.
Sukhvinder was not impressed and immediately raged: "I can't deal with having to bow to inferior human beings. "
Refusing to follow the rules, she encouraged a rebellion with her fellow exiled housemates: "I don't follow rules, f**k this s**t. Let's get punished, f**k it!"
Big Brother 2017 continues nightly on Channel 5 with Bit On The Side airing straight after the highlights shows with Rylan Clark-Neal.