Two housemates are up for eviction on Big Brother 2018 with nominations now confirmed.
Last Friday night saw the third eviction of the series as Isaac Jagroop was eliminated against Brooke Berry and Akeem Griffiths.
Akeem Griffiths and and Kenaley Amos-Sissons both face the next eviction this Friday after another week of twists.
Housemates nominated in the Diary Room on Sunday for the third time this year and the results were revealed back on Monday.
New housemates Hussain Ahmed and Isabella Farnese could not be nominated and didn't take part in the nominations.
Additionally, Tomasz Wania could not be nominated after winning immunity in Big Brother's Big Coin auction on Saturday, guaranteeing himself at least one more week in the house.
Lewis Flanagan and Akeem both had six nominations and were put first up for eviction. Kenaley had three nominations and Sian had two nominations. Cameron had one nomination. Zoe, Brooke and Cian received no nominations.
But once again this week, viewers also nominated in a secret vote still not known to the housemates.
Viewers were able to vote for their favourite housemate in a free online poll. The housemate with the fewest votes from viewers - who was not already nominated by the housemates - is also up for the next eviction.
This week that housemate was Kenaley, who therefore joined Lewis and Akeem in originally facing the public vote.
However before the nominations were confirmed, the nominated housemates faced the game changer to win the power to save a housemate from eviction. Alongside the nominated housemates, richest housemate Cian competed alongside Sian and Zoe, chosen by Cian.
They took on a tricky domino race with Big Brother explaining: "Players will face off against each other, in the age old battle of skill and precision to be the first player to build a sequence of standing dominoes and to have one single chain reaction tackle the final hinged domino thereby pressing the winning buzzer."
Lewis won the task and decided to save himself from the axe, leaving Akeem and Kenaley to face eviction.