Tonight's Big Brother 2013 will feature a live chat to the house, as one nominee is saved from eviction.
On Monday, we saw mole Michael put up three housemates for eviction, which were in truth the viewers' choices.
Tonight, each nominated housemate will be made to stand up and perform a live plea to Michael, asking to be saved.
The housemates will believe that Michael has the power to save one housemate, where as in fact the housemate who has received the least amount of public votes so far will be saved. Michael will deliver the result and two housemates will remain up for eviction.
Lines will then reopen during tomorrow night’s BOTs with the two remaining housemates. Lines will close during Friday’s live show and the housemate with the most votes will be evicted from the house.
Votes can be made via a mobile short code and will cost 35p from all mobiles. Voting opened during last night’s BOTs programme (Monday 17 June) and will freeze midday on Wednesday (19 June). Lines will then reopen during Wednesday night’s BOTs for the two remaining housemates. Lines will close during Friday night’s live eviction and the housemate with the most amount of votes will be evicted. For full details and Ts &Cs go to channel5.com/BBNoms