All 'Big Brother' contestants up for eviction

All six 'Big Brother' contestants are up for eviction tonight.

Sophie, Rodrigo, Siavash, Lisa, David and Charlie were told they would all face the public vote after some of them refused to nominate each other for eviction.

Big Brother was angered when Charlie, Sophie and Siavash broke the house rules by refusing to nominate their fellow housemates, thus putting themselves up for eviction.

Lisa, David and Rodrigo all volunteered two names, but instead of rewarding them for toeing the line, Big Brother announced that everyone would face the surprise eviction tonight.

David and Lisa are expected to be kicked out, after they refused boycott the nominations.

Sophie, Charlie, Siavash and Rodrigo were shocked and outraged when Big Brother asked them to put each other up for eviction for the last time and agreed to refuse to give names.

Siavash even urged them to walk out of the house to protest against the surprise nominations, saying: "Oh my God, it would be so heroic if we walked out."

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