Big Brother 2016 eviction! Who left? Chelsea Singh first to be ANNIHILATED

Big Brother 2016

Chelsea Singh has been evicted from Big Brother 2016 tonight in the first annihilation of the series.

Yesterday, Big Brother dropped an annihilation bomeshell on the group in a surprise announcement.

BB told the housemates that the day marked the beginning of a week of sudden exits but with no public polls, as instead they would decide who went.

Day 34 Group.

Big Brother then asked the housemates to mysteriously get 'smartly' dressed before making their way to the task room.

In the task room, the housemates each took up seats around a white table, facing one another.

"This is Big Brother," the familiar voice boomed in, "Housemates, you are all facing annihilation. Over the next few days, your number will be decimated. Who survives is completely down to you. You can take down your strongest competition or let go of your weakest link."

They went on: "Housemates, today's task is simple, you must remain in the deliberation room until you have decided who should be evicted.

"This decision must be agreed on by everyone other than the person to be evicted.

"Once the decision is made, the chosen housemate will be evicted from the Big Brother house."

Each housemate then had to chance to stand up and say why they wanted to stay.

After that it was decision time, with Jackson first to speak up: “It will only make sense to go around the table, as hard as its gonna be, and state one name and then take it as a group decision. Go by your own head and be honest.”

Housemates then took it in turn to announce the name, and the reason why, of the person they wish to evict.

The group then come to a decision and Big Brother announces the name of the fifth housemate to leave the Big Brother house, was Chelsea.

He had 30 minutes to pack his bags before leaving via the Diary Room.

Day 34 Chelsea.

Are you happy with tonight's eviction results? Who do you want out next?

Big Brother continues nightly on Channel 5 with more annihilations planned throughout the week.

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