Big Brother contestants to face immediate eviction nominations
'Big Brother' contestants will be forced to nominate each other for eviction within moments of arriving in the house with one housemate to be voted out within 72 hours.
'Big Brother' contestants will be forced to nominate each other for eviction within moments of arriving in the house.
The 16 housemates will enter the 'Big Brother' compound on Tuesday June 5 and will have to make a good impression on their rivals immediately in order to ensure their stay in the Channel 5 programme doesn't get cut short.
A source told the Daily Star newspaper: "It's an evil stunt but it will have a huge impact. Although they won't realize it, their entrance into the house means everything. These people won't have much to go on for reasons why they're putting others up for the chop.
"But if they look sexy, flirt a little and turn on the charm that will help them hand on. If they behave like a diva or act like a prat, then they're going to be in the firing line."
The first eviction will take place just three days later, meaning one unlucky housemate will only spend 72 hours in the show.
Presenter Brian Dowling hinted this is not the only nasty surprise in store for this year's hopefuls.
He said: "The producers have lots of surprises in store. Let the games begin."