Celebrity Big Brother housemate to get eternal immunity
'Celebrity Big Brother's Bit On The Side' host Rylan Clark-Neal has confirmed that one 'Celebrity Big Brother' housemate will receive "eternal immunity" and another will receive "eternal nomination" during Friday night's (20.01.17) live eviction show
'Celebrity Big Brother' housemates will be asked to grant someone "eternal immunity" during Friday night's (20.01.17) live eviction show.
'Celebrity Big Brother's Bit On The Side' host Rylan Clark-Neal has confirmed the return of the eternal nomination, which caused outrage in the house last year when Stephen Bear was elected to receive the punishment by his housemates.
Explaining what would happen, Rylan said: "The housemate who wins the eternal immunity will choose one housemate to be up for eternal nomination. Which means ... it is the first eternal immunity and eternal nomination of the series."
It comes only days after former 'Strictly Come Dancing' professional James Jordan was evicted from the house on Tuesday night.
Speaking after his exit, he said: "Of course I'm gutted. I've said to everyone, 'Of course I'd like to stay. I'm having a laugh.' But at the same time, if I come out, I get to see my wife so it's win win.
"Jedward have got a massive following so they're like a big power in the house. James is just a true gentleman. Myself and Coleen [Nolan] spent a lot of time with him in the smoking area and he's just a gentleman. He's adorable. He said, when we were in hell, that he was happy to go but then he said his highlight of the whole series was when all his housemates saved him and he got a bit tearful. He's just amazing."
Earlier in the week, Jasmine Waltz also left the famous abode after her housemates chose to evict her and save James Cosmo and Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt.
Speaking to host Emma Willis, she admitted: "I wasn't expecting it. It was such a brutal weekend and even prior to that, it was so brutal for me.
"I was so sick and so miserable and crying every day and so sad and then boom, straight into hell ... My first reaction was, 'I'm so disappointed.' I thought these were my friends and they had my back ... I definitely had said to a couple of them that this isn't for me, 'I can't handle it. I don't want to do this anymore.'"