Caoimhe up for BB eviction

Caoimhe and Rachel are up for eviction in 'Big Brother' this week.

The Irish student and the pretty former 'Pop Idol' contestant received the most nominations from their housemates, and will battle it out in the 'Save and Replace' task tomorrow, ahead of Friday night's eviction.

Outspoken Caoimhe received the most votes, with seven nominations, and was banned from taking part in nominations herself after begging housemates to choose her to go.

Newcomer Rachel received just three votes, but this was the second highest score this week.

The pair will now take part in the tomorrow's 'Save and Replace' task - which will be the third one in a row Caoimhe has taken part in - where they will attempt to save themselves from the public vote, and choose a housemate to replace them.

Australian hunk John James, air hostess Keeley and busty bisexual Corin all received two votes each, while posh Ben, chatty Josie, former serviceman Steve and minister David all received one vote.

New housemate Andrew and former mole Mario both escaped without getting any votes.

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