“Big Brother Australia” nominations night is always nasty, and the last one is no different. Ed betrayed Jade, Tahan declared war against the girls, and Tully is not up for eviction.
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As host Sonya Kruger announced to the housemates on Monday’s eviction night, there will be a double eviction next week. What she didn’t tell them but told the audience was that the double eviction is just a ruse.
The housemate who will gather the lowest number of votes will exit the house as normal, while the housemate who has the most number of votes will be told to exit, but actually will go to an undisclosed location, and he or she will still be able to control the game from the new location.
The housemates’ choices didn’t differ much from their usual choices. Tahan and the Sugar Sisters still nominated each other, while Tully, Matt, and Ed still wanted Mikkayla out of the house.
There are a few surprises, though. Drew nominated his faux ex-wife Jade, and Mikkayla, who sacrificed Ben last time, claiming that she knew he would be safe, nominated him because “he’s not really having an impact on me.”
And despite Matt and Ed talking about their annoyance with Tully, they didn’t nominate her this week. In fact, nobody did. Perhaps because they knew her house husband (Drew) was the holder of the nomination superpower, and they were afraid of the repercussion it might bring if they nominated her.
Speaking of nomination superpower, Drew, who received it from evictee Heidi, was allowed to watch but not hear the housemates nominate. He had to predict who did each one named, and for every correct guess, he got one nomination point that he could use. That meant that he could end up with 18 nomination points or none at all.
He got seven points in total, three of which he gave to Ed, two points to Jade, and two points to Ben.
Ed, who had the most nomination points, must choose between tied candidates Tim and Jade who he would take to eviction with him. It should have been an easy choice since he had even once declared war against Tim. But Ed chose to sacrifice his pashing partner, claiming Tim is too strong to be up against.
“We can do it together,” he comforted Jade.
What does that mean exactly? Since he admitted he can’t beat Tim, it’s okay to throw Jade under the bus?
Tim was uncharacteristically quiet when the nominees were announced. He told Ed that he made a mistake in saving him instead of Jade. He already told Big Brother during the nomination that he thought Ed was just leading Jade on, so perhaps he was just pondering how right he was all along.
“He’s all Mr Nice Guy and he’s very lovely to look I don’t think being pretty on the outside makes you nice on the inside. I think he’s leading Jade on. He’s told her there’s nothing going on but why does he go in her bed?” Tim explained to BB why he gave Ed four points.
Jade was perhaps too smitten with her prince charming that she couldn’t see that Ed just proved that he wouldn’t mind sacrificing her in return for another week in the BB house. She couldn’t help but tear up when she’s in bed later, though.
The nominees for the week, which is to be finalised on Thursday, are Ed (12 points), Tahan (9 points), Mikkayla (7 points), Katie & Lucy (7 points), Ben (6 points), and Jade (4 points).
Tahan – Jade (2), Sugar Sisters (3)
Jade – Tahan (4), Ben (1)
Ben – Ed (3), Tahan (2)
Mikkayla – Ben (3), Matthew (2)
Ed – Mikkayla (3), Sugar Sisters (2)
Matthew – Tim (4), Mikkayla (1)
Tully – Mikkayla (3), Sugar Sisters (2)
Sugar Sisters – Tahan (3), Ed (2)
Tim – Ed (4), Matthew (1)
Drew – Ed (3), Jade (2), Ben (2)
After Heidi’s eviction, the housemates listened to her message from the grave, in which she targeted Ben and Mikkayla.
While Ben seemed to take her criticism in stride while the video was playing, he took it harder than he let on. Tim consoled his quiet pal, saying that he’s really a good listener and Heidi just misunderstood him.
“At the end of the day, you’re here, she’s not,” Tim told Ben.
Tahan was furious at the so-called misfits (Mikkayla, Jade, and the Sugar Sisters), thanks to Drew’s inability to keep quiet. Mikkayla noted how the cool group (Tully, Tahan, Ed, and Matt) seems to be losing one member after another each week, which means that their popularity inside the house doesn’t mean a thing on the outside. And now they’re outnumbered by the housemates that they’ve excluded in their group.
Drew promptly reported what he was told to the cool group, which made Tahan explode. She all but erupted with anger in the Diary Room, telling Big Brother that she would take the girls down.
Drew and Tully – or better known to the outside world as Drully – are still dancing on relationship thin ice. Both still know that Tully has a girlfriend, but that didn’t stop them from acting like a husband and wife inside the house.
As the last episode showed, Tully took offence when Drew admitted that he would give up everything for his ex-girlfriend. Drew then asked Tully if she would leave Tahlia, her girlfriend, for him.
Unknown to them, Tahlia had broken up with Tully after watching the eviction episode last week.
Watch the full episode here:
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