Celebrity Big Brother reveals nastiest nominations twist yet
Bit On The Side host Rylan Clark-Neal has revealed the first nominations twist of this Celebrity Big Brother series. And Big Brother is taking no prisoners this year.
Celebrity Big Brother is back and in full swing with it’s All Stars v New Stars series. On Tuesday night a mix of former celebrity contestants and brand new famous faces entered the house to battle it out for the CBB crown.
In the house this year we have: Speidi, Angie Best, Austin Armacost, Bianca Gascoigne, Brandon Block, Calum Best, Coleen Nolan, James Jordan and Nicola McLean, Ray J, Stacy Francis, Jasmine Waltz, James Cosmo and Jamie O’Hara.
During this first week, the returning All Star contestants were given the role of ‘producers’ by Big Brother, and have been allowed the power to ‘edit out’ certain celebrities from the show.
Those chosen are forced to isolate themselves from the rest of the house whilst wearing a rather unflattering beige tracksuit.
So far American X Factor star Stacy Francis, Game of Thrones actor James Cosmo and 90s DJ Brandon Block have fallen victim to the producers’ cut, and now Ray J and Bianca Gascoigne have officially joined them.
As if things weren’t bad enough, Big Brother has now unleashed an ever nastier punishment for these five celebrities. Last night, Bit On The Side presenter Rylan Clark-Neal revealed an all-new twist on the show.
He announced: “Stacy, James C, Brandon, Bianca and Ray J will all lose their power of nominations.
“To confirm, they won’t be able to nominate in the first set of nominations.”
Nomination power is the ultimate power – like Spider-man’s web-spinning skills. Poor bereft Edited Out Team.🕷❌ #CBBBOTS
— Big Brother UK (@bbuk) January 5, 2017
Unable to submit their own votes for who is put up for eviction, this will make the ‘edited out’ celebrities particularly vulnerable come nomination day.
Could Stacy, Ray, James, Brandon or Bianca be the first housemate to leave?
Celebrity Big Brother continues on tonight (Friday) with a two-part show at 9pm and again at 10.30pm on Channel 5.