Cameron Cole has been left in tears after he was forced to evict a housemate on Big Brother 2018.
Friday evening saw a surprise double eviction. During the previous episode, Emma Willis first revealed to the House that Hussain was the fifth housemate to be evicted from the Big Brother House. He faced eviction against Lewis and Tomasz in the public vote.
Straight afterwards Emma announced to the house there would be a week of Big Brother in one night starting with speed nominations in the diary room. As the richest housemate, Cameron was immune and had to decide which of the nominated housemates would be evicted.
Akeem, Isabella and Lewis faced eviction as they had the most nominations given to them by their fellow housemates.
Before Cameron made his decision, housemates faced The Game Changer – the winner would get the power to save one person from eviction. Lewis won the game and decided to save himself.
Cameron was left deciding between Akeem and Isabella and chose to send Isabella out the front door just two weeks after she entered as a new housemate.
In the aftermath, Cameron was in tears and sobbed: "I couldn't evict Akeem, we've been here since the start. It's not fair, it's a bulls**t reason."
Sîan Hamshaw tried to reassure him: "You had to do it, you had to make a choice. It's not like you kicked someone out because you wanted to do it."
Zoe Jones added: "You were forced to do it. This is part of your Big Brother experience."
But Cameron continued to sob: "For God's sake, it's not fair."
In tonight's highlights episode, he confides in Big Brother in the Diary Room: "I feel totally terrible about yesterday and I don't think that feeling's going to go. People have said that I'll feel better in the morning but I feel even worse probably than I did last night."
"I've just f**ked everything up," he adds.
Meanwhile, Isabella after saying some quick goodbyes was greeted to cheers from the crowd. She told host Emma: “I am so gutted, I don’t know why I am here. I wanted it to be down to the public.”
Big Brother is back Sunday night with all the aftermath at 10PM on Channel 5.