Celebrity Big Brother 2018: Who nominated who? Face to face nominations!

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Here's who nominated who in tonight's face to face nominations on Celebrity Big Brother 2018.

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


Those up for the axe are Courtney Act (Shane Jenek), Andrew Brady, Jonny Mitchell and Daniel O’Reilly.

They were put up for eviction tonight after the women voted in face to face nominations.

The men and women had competed in a series of survival-based challenges over the past few days to determine who would nominate.

With the most wins, the women won the task and therefore the power to nominate.

But Big Brother dropped a surprise twist by revealing that they would have to nominate face to face.

Celebrity Big Brother: Who nominated who?

Ann Widdecombe nominated Shane J and Andrew


Malika Haqq nominated Jonny and Andrew

Jess Impiazzi nominated Jonny and Andrew

Amanda Barrie nominated Daniel and Shane J

Ashley James nominated Shane J and Andrew

Therefore Andrew had four nominations, Shane J had three nominations, Jonny had two votes and Daniel the one. With a triple eviction, they ALL face the public vote this week.

Those up for eviction now face the public vote and a trio will be given the chop on Friday night.

Emma Willis hosts the latest live show from 9PM.

Those currently left on the Celebrity Big Brother 2018 line up 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.

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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