Big Brother spoiler! 'Reverse nominations' twist revealed for this week

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Big Brother has revealed a brand new nominations twist for the week ahead.

It follows a shock double eviction on Friday which ended with both Hussain Ahmed and Isabella Farnese being evicted.

Hussain was given the boot by the public in the usual weekly eviction before Isabella was evicted by Cameron Cole following a ‘week of Big Brother in a night’. After Hussain’s eviction, housemates nominated, played the game changer and faced the eviction all in just an hour. As the richest housemate, Cameron decided who was evicted.

But all the twists are far from over.

Host Emma Willis announced that this weekend would see a new ‘positive nominations twist’, involving both viewers and the housemates.

Once again, viewers can secretly nominate by voting for their favourite housemate in a free poll on the BBUK app or official Big Brother website. This week the THREE housemates with the fewest votes will go up for eviction.

The housemates will then nominate on Sunday but provide ‘positive nominations’. They’ll have to vote for their two favourite housemates who they want to stay in the house.

The housemates with the fewest votes from their fellow housemates will join those put forward by viewers to face eviction.

Big Brother previously told the group: “For those still in the game, decisions have greater consequences. Allegiances are even more important. And Big Coins hold incredible value. The game is about to go to the next level.”

“Remember every week could be your last. Good luck, may the best housemate win,” Big Brother concluded.

Following the double eviction on Friday a total of eight housemates are in the house with the series now nearing the final.

They are Lewis Flanagan, Tomasz Wania, Akeem Griffiths, Brooke Berry, Cameron Cole, Cian Carrigan, Sîan Hamshaw and Zoe Jones.

Lewis is the current favourite to win the series.

Big Brother 2018 continues Sunday-Fridays at 10PM on Channel 5 and will conclude in November.

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