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Big Brother 2017 nominations: Who nominated who?

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Here's just who nominated who in this week's Big Brother 2017 nominations.

This week four housemates face eviction. They are Chanelle McCleary, Joe Quaranta, Rebecca Jane and Hannah Agboola.

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Housemates nominated in the house yesterday and the full nominations were shown in tonight's show.

However it wasn't quite straight forward following a little nominations twist on Friday night.

It was the final night for 'celebrity' VIP guests Marnie Simpson, Gemma Collins and Nicola McLean who had been staying in the house since last Tuesday.

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Before they left, Big Brother unveiled one last surprise.

"Big Brother has one last task for you," BBUK host Emma Willis told the house, "Nicola, Marnie, Gemma, I'll be seeing you very soon but for now, let's hand over to Big Brother..."

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The three girls were then asked to stand up and given the power to grant immunity to one housemate each. Gemma gave immunity to Lotan. Marnie gave immunity to Kieran. Nicola gave immunity to Raph.

As a result, Lotan, Kieran and Raph were immune from the next eviction and could not be nominated.

Big Brother 2017 nominations: Who nominated who?

Raph nominated Tom and Joe
Joe nominated Rebecca and Charlotte
Ellie nominated Joe and Rebecca
Charlotte nominated Joe and Chanelle

Deborah nominated Joe and Tom
Kieran nominated Joe and Chanelle
Rebecca nominated Joe and Hannah
Hannah nominated Joe and Rebecca

Lotan nominated Hannah and Chanelle
Tom nominated Rebecca and Hannah
Chanelle nominated Joe and Rebecca

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Therefore, Joe and Rebecca had the most nominations with eight and five respectively. Chanelle and Hannah had three nominations each and so all four will face eviction.

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Tom received two nominations and Charlotte received one nomination. No other housemates received nominations.

Big Brother 2017 continues nightly on Channel 5.

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