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Who do you want to WIN Big Brother 2017? Six housemates are now competing for the win.

After Charlotte Keys' eviction in tonight's show, it's a now a race to the final on Friday.


Sisters Hannah and Deborah Agboola, 22-year-old student Raphael Korine, Ex On the Beach hunk Kieran Lee, one time People's Housemate Tom Barber and tan addict Isabelle Warburton are all left in the house.

They're joined in the house by Second Chance Housemate Andrew Cruickshanks, who can't win the show.

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Those that remain - minus Andrew - are NOT in the final yet.

Channel 5 has confirmed ANOTHER eviction twist that will see a further two housemates booted out via the backdoor once again.


Tonight (Tuesday) will see the lines to vote for the winner open before they freeze on Wednesday.

The two housemates at the point of freeze with the fewest votes at that point will be evicted, again by the back door.

Their exits will be shown on Thursday's show before lines re open to vote for the remaining four finalists.

The Big Brother 2017 winner will leave with £65,000 in their prize fund.

At least assuming we don't have any more twists between now and the final next Friday on July 28.

The original £100,000 total was first cut by £15,000 when Second Chance Housemates Sue, Andrew, Sam and Simone joined the house earlier this month.

The four were told that they couldn't win the show but the last one of them left standing would win the £15,000 from the main prize fund.

Last week saw another prize fund twist as housemates competed to steal up to £20,000 of the main prize fund. Second Chance Housemate Andrew stole the eventual total of £18,900 and in a big twist evicted Sam, the last of the Second Chance Housemates.


Andrew, who cannot win the main prize pot, will therefore leave the house with a total of £33,900, more than half the eventual winner will receive.

Big Brother 2017 continues nightly on Channel 5.

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