Big Brother 2018's final is looming but when, who, where and what? Here's all you need to know about tonight's live show.
After 53 days, Big Brother's last ever series comes to an end tonight.
So when is the Big Brother 2018 final tonight?
The Big Brother UK final starts on Monday, 5 November at 10PM, live on Channel 5 with host Emma Willis. The series will come to an end at 11:15PM as the winner is crowned before being interviewed by Emma.
Bit On The Side will then follow straight after with Rylan Clark, the winner, finalists and former housemates running until half-midnight.
And then it's all over for good.
Who are the BBUK finalists?
After two months, a total of 16 housemates went through the doors but currently just 4 remain following a surprise double eviction last Friday. Brooke and Sian missed out on a final place in the double eviction.
Those in the final are 26-year-old Training Consultant from Rhondda Valley, Akeem Griffiths, 18-year-old Vlogger from Norwich, Cameron Cole and 23-year-old Customer Service Agent from Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, Cian Carrigan.
They're joined by the 31-year-old Carer from Halifax, Zoe Jones.
Who is the favourite to win?
Cameron is the currently odds-on favourite to win the show after former favourite Lewis Flanagan was removed just a week before the final.
Cameron currently leads the betting at just 4/9, making him the overwhelming favourite to emerge as the 2018 winner.
Ladbrokes spokesperson Jessica Bridge commented: "With the BB house set to close its doors for the final time, on Channel 5 at least, the odds suggest it'll be Cameron who goes out in style as the winner."
Cian follows next behind at 3/1, with Akeem (10/1) and Zoe (16/1) the outsiders of the pack.
How much is the Big Brother prize money?
This year has seen the prize fund remain untouched, meaning the winner will walk away with a cool £100,000 all to themselves.
However, former housemate Brooke also got some cash. She left with £1,732 after a twist on her last day saw her convert her Big Coin balance into cash.
Is this the last ever Big Brother?
As it stands, yes. Channel 5 confirmed at the start of the current series it would not air the show beyond 2018.
They said: "The forthcoming series of Big Brother will be the last - of either celebrity or civilian versions - on Channel 5. We’d like to thank Endemol and all of the production team who have worked tirelessly to make the show a success."
There has been some speculation the show could move to another channel or even to a streaming service like Netflix but right now nothing has been officially announced.