Celebrity Big Brother 2017 spoiler: Is this housemate safe from eviction?

Karthik, Derek and Sarah.

With tonight's Celebrity Big Brother 2017 eviction result being kept a secret, a potential spoiler may have been revealed.

While who left in last night's Celebrity Big Brother eviction exit hasn't been revealed (yet), one housemate may definitely be safe.


Derek Acorah has been the favourite to go but his pal dropped a big hint on Twitter he was in the final.

"Interesting that the #BBBOTS panel all thought @derek_acorah would be leaving via the backdoor...I love it when people are wrong #CBB @bbuk," the friend tweeted.

He then added: "Loads of rumours flying around about who has been backdoor evicted from the @bbuk house... RUMOURS people rumours."


If Derek has been saved it would suggest another shock result as he was who most people expected to go.

Amelia Lily and Shaun Williamson would appear to be next likely suspects to be evicted after Derek - could they have left last night?

Assuming the result doesn't leak beforehand, we'll have to wait until tonight's show at 9PM on Channel 5 for the answer.


In this evening's episode, a number of ex-housemates will return to takeover the house - and reveal who was evicted.

Karthik Nagesan, Marissa Jade, Jordan Davies, Paul Danan and Brandi Glanville all returned to the house yesterday to hijack the show.

They set a number of tasks and also dished out a few punishments, with Marissa getting revenge on Shaun for killer nominating her.

In the evening there was a party for all the housemates where the shock backdoor eviction took place.

The party ended when the evicted housemates left the house (again) and they took one of the current seven housemates with them.

big brother hijack
Marissa takes over the CBB house

Celebrity Big Brother 2017 continues nightly on Channel 5.


Tonight's episode airs at 9PM 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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