Big Brother 2017 spoilers: Two housemates FAKE EVICTED in big twist

Who was evicted?

Two housemates have been fake evicted from the Big Brother 2017 house - but who were they?

It was Hannah Agboola and Tom Barber who left the house in last night's double eviction, or so the other housemates think.


Following the eviction of Sam, Chanelle and Ellie in last night's live show, host Emma Willis announced to the housemates that they had a big decision to make.

Big Brother called a face-to-face eviction where housemates were told they had to decide which two would leave via a back door eviction tonight.

Here's how the face to face eviction voting went:


Hannah voted for Kieran.
Isabelle voted for Tom.
Charlotte voted for Hannah.
Tom voted for Hannah.
Deborah voted for Tom.
Raph voted for Kieran.
Andrew voted for Hannah.
Kieran voted for Isabelle.

Hannah therefore had three votes to go, Kieran and Tom both two and Isabelle one.


"This is Big Brother, Hannah you have been evicted," Big Brother then announced, "As there is a tie for the second housemate to be evicted, Big Brother will therefore revert to tonight's public vote to decide.

"Big Brother can reveal that Tom received more votes than Kieran therefore, Tom you will therefore be evicted."

However, unknown to the remaining housemates, Tom and Hannah will actually be leaving the house to enter 'the attic'.

From there, they’ll spy on the others in the main house before re-entering on Sunday in what's sure to be a big surprise entrance.

Big Brother attic
Big Brother attic

And in one more twist, the double fake eviction will end in a very real eviction.

Before returning to the house, the two fake evicted housemates will have to choose two other housemates to face the next public vote for eviction.

Lines will open on Sunday before closing on Monday where one housemate will leave via the backdoor for real.


Keep watching Big Brother over the coming days to see what happens.

Big Brother continues Saturday night at 9PM on Channel 5.

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