Celebrity Big Brother housemates to nominate face to face TONIGHT


The Celebrity Big Brother 2018 housemates will nominate face to face in tonight's show.

Currently 11 housemates remain and THREE will be leaving this Friday night in a shock triple eviction.


Once again, it's be Men v Women for the next twist as the two gender groups compete for the power to nominate.

And for their latest challenge, the housemates have gone back to basics - quite literally.

It's Bear Grylls meets Big Brother as housemates go head to head in a survival of the fittest across a series of challenges.

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After being voted the bossiest housemates by viewers, Ann is leading the girls and Wayne is in charge of the boys.

Last night the ladies took an early lead as they won the first competition to build rafts. The outcome was ultimately decided by a game of rock paper scissors after both teams passed the task.


Other challenges will see the teams competing to start fires, as they live on basic rations.

Tonight's show (Thursday) will see the overall winners of the task revealed.

The members of the winning team will then have to nominate there and then, face to face.

The housemates who end up being nominated for eviction will face the public vote and three will leave in Friday night's next live show.

Those left on the Celebrity Big Brother 2018 cast are former MP Ann Widdecombe, Keeping Up With The Kardashians star Malika Haqq, Ex On The Beach star Jess Impiazzi, actress Amanda Barrie and Made In Chelsea's Ashley James.

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Making up the boys are RuPaul's Drag Race star Courtney Act - aka Shane Jenek, Love Island's Jonny Mitchell, Boyzone singer Shane Lynch and comedian Daniel O'Reilly (aka Dapper Laughs). Finally rounding off the male celebrities are The Apprentice candidate Andrew Brady and British ballet dancer Wayne Sleep.


Celebrity Big Brother 2018 continues nightly on Channel 5.

The Celebrity Big Brother 2018 final airs on February 2.

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