Celebrity Big Brother POLL! Four face eviction - who do you want to STAY?

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Four housemates face eviction from the Celebrity Big Brother 2017 house on Friday - who do you want to STAY?

The latest Celebrity Big Brother 2017 nomination results were revealed earlier today with four housemates up for eviction this week.


Facing the axe this week are Karthik, Trisha, Chad and Sarah, all up for eviction for the second time in a row.

At least one of the four will be given the boot in the next eviction which takes place from 8:30PM live on Friday night on Channel 5.

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In the house yesterday housemates nominated for the very first time after last week's nominations were decided in a task.

Sarah had 7 nominations, Karthik had six nominations, Chad had 4 votes and Trisha 3.


Therefore they are all up for eviction this week.

In addition, Brandi, Helen and Paul each had two nominations and Jemma one.

Sandi, Derek, Shaun, Sam, Amelia and Jordan had no nominations.

It's the second time for all of Karthik, Trisha, Chad and Sarah in facing the vote.

It was Marissa Jade who was evicted from Celebrity Big Brother on Tuesday night in the first eviction for the series.

Marissa and Karthik were in the bottom two while Trisha, Sarah and Chad all topped the vote in no particular order.

With that in mind, one might assume that Karthik will be the next to go but in fact Chad is the early favourite with bookmakers Boylesports ahead of Friday's live show.

Sandi, Trisha and Helen.
Sandi, Trisha and Helen.

Meanwhile viewers have rallied behind Sarah to win over the past two days, with the support seeing her odds cut to 5/1 from 9/1 on Wednesday and shortening again to the 3/1 frontrunner on Thursday.


The next live eviction will take place on Friday from 8.30pm live with Emma Willis on Channel 5 where at least one housemate will be evicted.

Celebrity Big Brother 2017 continues nightly on Channel 5.

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