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Thursday 25 December 2014

Jo evicted from Big Brother house

Jo has been evicted from the Big Brother house
Jo has been evicted from the Big Brother house

Jo has become the eighth housemate to be evicted from the Big Brother house.

In an eventful night for the Channel 4 reality show, the house was also told that the the final would be held sooner than originally planned, on August 24, and that they could chose one person to make it through.

They were given only one minute to make their decision, and after an attempt at voting decided to give Josie the free ticket.

Andrew told Davina they had made their decision, and when he named the lucky housemate, Josie smiled and covered her face with her hands.

The housemates were also told that the winner of this year's Big Brother would have the chance to stay in the house to compete against former housemates in Ultimate Big Brother.

Out of the running now is Jo, who left the house after getting nearly 40 per cent of the vote.

She faced eviction alongside Dave, JJ and Sam.

As she left the house she kissed everyone and screamed: "They're really booing me" at the top of the stairs.

Jo looked scared as she faced the booing crowd, but braved a smile for the cameras to the tune of Tom Jones' What's New Pussycat?.

Jo is the last housemate to be evicted from the Big Brother house as a result of nominations. From tonight, the public will be voting for anyone they would like to evict - apart from Josie.

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