Big Brother housemates banned from nomination talk
'Big Brother' housemates have been banned from discussing nominations with each other or having coded chats about upcoming evictions
'Big Brother' housemates have been banned from discussing nominations.
Although the contestants were previously allowed to freely talk about who they have put up for eviction, new rules were put in place yesterday (20.06.12) which prevents them from talking about nominations.
"Discussing or hinting at who you might nominate in the future or have nominated in previous weeks," Predicting or guessing who may be nominated," and "Asking or intimating fellow Housemates to nominate you" have all been banned under the new regulations.
Similarly coded discussions or "Writing down or using materials at your disposal to form names, initials or other symbols" are against the rules.
Benedict Garrett and Lauren Carre face the chop this week.
Meanwhile, housemate Lydia Louisa received a phone call from her fiance yesterday to celebrate her birthday.
The emotional reality TV star broke down in tears as she spoke to her popstar love and said: "I just miss you so much. I'm finding it so hard, but I'm doing my best.
"I didn't realise that I'd miss you so much. I love you so much Andy, seriously. I don't wanna make you cry, but I really do.
"Being in here has made me realise that I just want a family with you and stuff. I can't wait to get out and be able to start that now."