Big Brother 2017: Three housemates BANNED from this year's final

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Three former Big Brother 2017 housemates have been BANNED from this year's final tonight, according to reports.

Lotan Carter, Kayleigh Morris and Arthur Fulford reportedly won't be welcome in this evening's live show.


Lotan and Kayleigh were both ejected from the series this summer while Arthur decided to leave in mysterious circumstances after one week.

A spokesperson for the show told The Sun newspaper: "Only evicted housemates are invited to attend the final."

It's not yet clear if Sukhvinder Javeed will also miss out as she technically walked after leaving alongside her husband when he was evicted.


However given she popped up in the house this week alongside other ex-housemates for a task, we expect her to be there.

Arthur was the first to quit this year's series but his exit was never fully explained, with Arhtur leaving after an "off camera" chat with Big Brother.


Kayleigh then got ejected after a major bust up with Chanelle saw her rage in the Diary Room about wanting to 'smash Chanelle's face in'.

Lotan was also ejected for his behaviour after a row with Isabelle. Big Brother told him last month: Big Brother has also spoken to you previously about isolating and intimidating behaviour, particularly towards women.

“Last night you threw your drink angrily at Isabelle, Chanelle and Hannah and then threw the empty bottle across the room.

“Later in the bedroom and then in the Diary Room, you used threatening language about a fellow housemate.

“Lotan, Big Brother considers your behaviour to be completely unacceptable and has no option but to remove you from the house.”


Currently Isabelle, Deborah, Raph and Tom are playing for the win and final prize fund of £65,000.


Second Chance Housemate Andrew is also in the house but cannot win the show. He will exit in the final with £33,900 following this week's prize money twist.

Big Brother continues nightly on Channel 5 with the final tonight, July 28 live from 9PM.

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