Two housemates have been evicted from the Big Brother 2016 house tonight... straight into The Other One!
Alex Cannon and Jackson Blyton were targeted by The Others in a mega twist this evening.
Back on Tuesday evening we met the 12 Housemates on this year's series along with six more contestants known as 'The Others', who are living in a second separate house.
"You are not Big Brother housemates, you not even in the Big Brother house," Big Brother told The Others on launch night. "The housemates do not know you exist and you must remain undetected. You are on a mission to target and take down the housemates."
The Others have been secretly nominating Housemates all week and they targeted Laura Carter, Alex Cannon and Jackson Blyton.
Each of the nominated Housemates have in turn also had to nominate someone. Laura chose Lateysha Grace, Alex picked Andy West and Jackson selected Chelsea Singh.
This evening during the live show, Big Brother told The Others that there was in fact no public vote and they would decide which TWO of the six nominated housemates would be evicted.
But Big Brother did NOT reveal that the two evicted housemates would in fact move over to The Other House.
Thinking they were evicting two housemates, The Others decided to target Alex and Jackson because they felt they were popular.
Host Emma Willis then spoke to the Main House to announce the results as if it were a real eviction, although most of the Housemates suspected it was fake.
"You guys are going next door" said one, suggesting that The Other House had been rumbled.
Jackson and Alex left the main house where they briefly spoke to Emma before she revealed all.
They then moved to The Other House, losing their housemate status meaning they cannot win the £100,000 prize as it stands.
However the night is not over! Later, viewers will be able to decide which TWO of The Others should move to main house in a switcheroo that's sure to cause trouble.
The two of The Others who top the public vote will not reveal The Other House to the main house.
Instead, they'll act as new Housemates who have only just joined the series as they work undercover to try and win Housemate status for themselves.
Big Brother continues nightly on Channel 5.