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Big Brother 2017 eviction! Three face axe tonight and it could be very close

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Three housemates face eviction on Big Brother 2017 tonight and it could be another close result.

After a twisted round of nominations over the weekend, a trio of contestants are up for the axe this evening.

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Charlotte Keys, Tom Barber and Joe Quaranta are facing the latest public vote and it's another vote to evict.

The trio were put up for eviction after a number of big twists that began over a week ago with the new-ish Second Chance Housemates. After entering, they were given great power as all four were able to nominate and all four were immune from the eviction.

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The original housemates had to win the right to nominate by taking part in Big Brother's tasks. Hannah, Deborah, Ellie and Raph all won the right to nominate.

They also got to spend time in 'The Void' along with the Second Chance Housemates where they could discuss nominations before voting.

And in one final twist, the originally secret Diary Room nominations were played back to the house in full, revealing just who nominated who to everyone.

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Tom had four nominations while Joe and Charlotte had three nominations.

This week is the fifth eviction of the series but only the second time after last week that we'll be voting to evict.

With last week's voting stats being made available when all housemates were up for the axe, Tom would appear to be first choice to go: In the last vote, Tom had the most votes of this week's nominated housemates with 7% while Joe had 3.2% and Charlotte had 2.4%.

However we also saw in last week's voting figures how quickly things can change.

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Bookies right now have Joe as the narrow favourite to go tonight ahead of Tom and even Charlotte isn't totally safe as viewers turn on the 'boring' housemate.

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Who do you want out this week? Tell us in the comments below or tweet us @tellymix!

Big Brother's latest eviction airs tonight at the later time of 10PM.

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