Big Brother 2018 results! Who left? Fourth housemate is evicted!

Tonight's Big Brother 2018 results - who was evicted?

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A fourth housemate has been evicted in tonight's Big Brother 2018 results.

Housemates nominated for the third time this year last Sunday, originally leaving three people up for the chop.


But after a week of twists, it was Kenaley Amos-Sissons and Akeem Griffiths who went head to head in this evening's show.

In tonight's episode, host Emma Willis announced that with the most votes to go, Kenaley was evicted.

It wasn't a shock, with Kenaley the odds-on favourite to be getting the boot before the episode.

She left to a positive reaction from the crowd before speaking to Emma.

Kenaley and Akeem were originally put up for the axe together with Lewis Flanagan on Monday night.

Lewis and Akeem both had six nominations and were put up for the chop together. Kenaley had three nominations and Sian had two nominations. Cameron had one nomination. Zoe, Brooke and Cian received no nominations.


New housemates Hussain Ahmed and Isabella Farnese could not be nominated and didn't nominate. Furthermore, Tomasz Wania could not be nominated after winning immunity in Big Brother's Big Coin auction the previous Saturday.

But unknown to the housemates, viewers again were able to nominate via a free online poll on the BBUK app. The least popular housemate with the fewest votes from viewers not already nominated was also put up for the next eviction.

This was Kenaley who joined, Akeem, and Lewis in originally facing eviction.

But before voting lines opened, the game changer task took place which gave the power to save a nominated housemate. Alongside the nominated housemates, richest housemate Cian together with Sian and Zoe, chosen by Cian, competed.


Lewis proved victorious in the task and decided to save himself from the axe. As a result it was Akeem and Kenaley who faced the public vote.

Big Brother 2018 continues Sunday-Friday nights at 10PM on Channel 5. The final will take place next month (November).

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