Celebrity Big Brother 2017: One housemate gets evicted out the backdoor TONIGHT

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One housemate gets evicted out of Celebrity Big Brother 2017 in a backdoor eviction tonight.

One unlucky housemate will leave without any audience or interview with Emma Willis as they exit out the backdoor this evening.


It was Sandi Bogle and Helen Lederer who were evicted from Celebrity Big Brother 2017 in Tuesday's double eviction.

They had faced the axe alongside Sarah Harding, Chad Johnson, Jemma Lucy and Sam Thompson following a new nominations twist this week.

The double exit leaves seven in the house right now: Sarah, Chad, Jemma, Sam, Amelia Lily, Derek Acorah and Shaun Williamson.

However they're not in the final yet.

Lines to vote for the winner opened this evening following the double eviction results.

The lines will froze earlier today (Wednesday) at 7PM after which the one housemate with the fewest votes will be evicted tonight.


Who left in tonight's secret Celebrity Big Brother eviction won't be officially revealed until Thursday night's highlights show.

Derek and Amelia are the two likely suspects to be in the danger zone while Sarah remains the favourite to win.

But of course we've already seen some shock eviction results on Celebrity Big Brother this year.

Whoever is evicted, the backdoor exit will leave six housemates in the live final on Friday where lines will close for good and the winner will be crowned.

This year it's not just for bragging rights: The celebs are playing for a cash prize of £50,000 to donate to a charity of their choosing, upping the competition between the contestants.

Who is your current Celebrity Big Brother favourite? Who do you want to WIN Celebrity Big Brother 2017?

Vote in our final popularity poll of the series below...

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Celebrity Big Brother 2017 continues nightly on Channel 5.

The Celebrity Big Brother 2017 final takes place on Friday night from 9PM as the winner is crowned.

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