Big Brother 2017 spoilers! These six housemates face eviction on Friday

Big Brother! Who's up for eviction?

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The six housemates facing eviction from Big Brother 2017 this week have been revealed.

Rebecca Jane, Imran Javeed, Kayleigh Morris, Charlotte Keys, Sukhvinder Javeed and Raphael Korine are all facing the axe on Friday night.


And for the second time this year, it'll be a vote to SAVE with viewers supporting their favourite to stay rather than evicting the housemate they want out.

Rebecca, Imran, Kayleigh, Charlotte and Sukhvinder were all put up for eviction following the first round of Diary Room nominations in the house on Monday.

Raph could not be nominated as he was automatically put up for eviction after being 'killer nominated' by Joe Quaranta following a task.

At the weekend housemates took part in a challenge where they could win various prizes - or so they thought.

Big Brother asked questions to the housemates and they were led to believe if they correctly answered their questions, then they would win gifts. However the gifts were in fact punishments. Housemates who answered questions correctly got to give their punishment to another housemate but if they answered incorrectly, then they would personally receive the punishment.


Joe ended up having to make a face to face killer nomination.

Big Brother announced to Joe: "Joe, you have received a killer nomination, this means you have to face one housemate to definitely face the next public vote for eviction."

Joe chose Raph as his killer nomination as ‘he’s too intelligent and hasn’t really mucked in like everyone else’.

Raph therefore automatically faced the latest eviction on Friday alongside the five other nominees, Rebecca, Imran, Kayleigh, Charlotte and Sukhvinder.

Who do you want to STAY in the house? Vote in our latest eviction poll below...

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Big Brother continues nightly on Channel 5.

The latest episode airs at 10PM on Tuesday night where nominations and the fallout will play out.

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