Big Brother 2017: Ex housemates return and there could be trouble

Big Brother 2017

Evicted Big Brother 2017 housemates returned to the house today for a special task.

And there could be trouble ahead.

Yesterday, Big Brother gathered the housemates and told them they would be taken through the stages of life in fast forward.

In tonight's show, they became babies before going to school and then graduating University.

In the house today, the task continued with a first date where Kieran and Deborah enjoyed a romantic meal.

Chanelle.
Chanelle.

He later proposed before the pair hosted their wedding - with some very special guests.

Ex housemates returned for the mock wedding ceremony with one of those returning Chanelle McCleary.

She teased trouble could be on its way on Twitter: "So today reuniting with some of my past housemates which will be FUN FUN FUN, especially after all they have done is bitch about me 👸🏽👸🏽👸🏽👸🏽"

Rebecca Jane and 'Hurricane Sue' Sue Evans are also understood to have joined the house.

Meanwhile, following the task, another two housemates will be leaving the Big Brother 2017 house this week before the final.

It was Charlotte Keys who left Big Brother 2017 tonight in what has turned out to be the penultimate eviction of the series.

Charlotte secretly got the axe out the backdoor yesterday after facing eviction against Isabelle and her departure was shown in tonight's episode.

But those that remain are NOT in the final yet.

Well, apart from second chance housemate Andrew who can't win the show.

Channel 5 has confirmed ANOTHER eviction twist that will see a further two housemates booted out via the backdoor once again.

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Tonight (Tuesday) will see the lines to vote for the winner open before they freeze on Wednesday. The two housemates at the point of freeze with the fewest votes will be evicted, again by the back door.

Big Brother 2017 continues nightly on Channel 5.

The latest episode airs at 10:30PM on Wednesday night with the ex-housemates.

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