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Big Brother 2017: Joe Quaranta is NOT happy with the prize fund twist

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Joe Quaranta is NOT happy with Big Brother 2017's prize fund twist.

Last night's live show saw four 'second chance housemates' join the house.

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In tonight's highlights, the Second Chance Housemates enter the house and Big Brother explains to the house that because Andrew, Sam, Simone and Sue missed out on their first chance of becoming housemates, they are not eligible to win Big Brother.

However, these housemates have stolen £15,000 from the total prize fund.

Sue, Sam, Andrew and Simone.
Sue, Sam, Andrew and Simone.

The Second Chance Housemate that lasts the longest in the competition will win this £15,000 prize. This week, Second Chance Housemates have great power in nominations, all four are able to nominate and all four will be immune from the next public vote.

In this evening's episode of Big Brother, second chance housemate Sam talks in the Diary Room and discusses Joe’s reaction to the prize fund being cut and feels he has been negative toward the new housemates.

Joe is unhappy that the winner’s prize fund has been cut and the Second Chance Housemates have taken money from the winner’s pot. Raph and Isabelle discuss his reaction in the garden and talk about him only being in the house for the prize fund.

The twist also upsets Chanelle who confides in Hannah that she doesn’t trust new housemate Sue and doesn’t want her to sleep in their bedroom.

She says “She’s evaluating a lot, she’s got her eyes on the prize’ and reminds Hannah that they need to stick together.

Chanelle.
Chanelle.

Later in the Diary Room, Sue admits she has noticed that Chanelle isn’t acting like herself and says “I think Chanelle’s wary, I get that impression, she’s being friendly, but there’s something there, she’s not trusting.”

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Sue continues “I just think she’s a bit cautious of us, and the truth is she should be”.

Big Brother 2017 airs tonight at 10PM on Channel 5.

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