Big Brother Nominations: Week 9,
Family nominate housemates instead
This week Big Brother drafted in family members to nominate on housemates behalf. It had been done before, and many felt it was daft, however may have provided a silver lining.
Four made it for eviction this week, were Ashleigh, Becky, Deena and Luke A all face the public vote.
Sara’s mother nominated Becky and Scott feeling they missed the vote last week and should face it this week.
Luke S’ mother choose Luke A and Adam, as did Ashleigh’s burly dad. He blamed not giving her a cigarette as a reason to vote for them.
Conor’s girlfriend choose Luke A and Deena, as did Becky’s sister, while managing to stir trouble in the house, as the ‘outseeing eye.’
Adam’s mum selected Ashleigh and Becky, while Luke A’s wife picked the same.
Luke A topped the board with five nominations while Deena, Ashleigh and Becky had three equally.
Rumour’s of a double eviction are high, and best suited.
Conor and Luke S selfishly chose to enter a task for a chance to win a surprise prize of high value. Only three of the four would be allowed to enter, so Scott sat out for Sara. The boys chose not to budge and repugnantly ran to the room in haste to get their suits for the task, which will give one of them a free pass to the final.
Viewers were said to be outraged by the production once again, as Big Brother UK is trying to turn the style to a more ‘American-ised’ format akin to its own Big Brother and the Survivor gameshow element.
Some fans claim middle earth Hobbit Ashleigh Hughes swears too much and “needs to go.” She was bookies favourite to leave last week.
This is where Big Bro UK has lost its niche on Channel 5. Fans cared for it having its own moralistic identity with integrity and value, on previous channel, Channel 4. Many claim 5 have ruined the show outright, led by backward production individuals, “going easy” on bad housemates and “highly editing” to save face and pocket cash from popular postcode residents in the household studio.
Last week’s eight man elimination saw nasty Caroline Wharram leave the house to mass jubilation. Wharram did not apologise for her actions of belittling people and dropping cruel insults and emotional abuse as well as racist comments. She was reprimanded once in minor fashion, though no action taken for none of her vicious behaviour, unsettling today’s society in the country.
She was loudly booed than anyone in the series’ of all Big Brother, while host Brian Dowling continued to insult viewers claiming “it’s all panto” in reference that all crowds “boo everyone” which is not the case.
The fact they boo is solely down to the fact that they dislike the behaviour of housemates who have been bad in some form or another.
Dowling’s presenting has been classed as rotten and wooden, with no charisma, for which he was hired. Losing his touch, many wish to see Dowling removed from hosting duties, with sister show presented Emma Willis potentially taking over. 5 wanted to shake it up from a female presenter, not to seem copying the previous channel format with the exceptional Davina McCall, where it has constantly copied the rules and tried to alter them.