Dubliner up for BB boot

John James and Caoimhe have been nominated for eviction from ‘Big Brother’.

The 24-year-old Australian and 22-year-old Dubliner received the most votes from their fellow housemates following a delayed nominations process due to the departure of lesbian squatter Shabby.

It is expected the housemates will take part in a save and replace task as they have done in the past few weeks, where one of the nominated contestants can save themselves and put another person up for eviction instead.

Caoimhe has already hinted she may leave prior to the eviction on Friday because of her feelings for Shabby.

She said: “I don’t think I can do this without her... if I’m up for eviction tomorrow is it wrong for me to just go?

“It’s the most intense friendship I’ve ever had. We just had a genuine bond and love for each other... but it was complicated by her feelings.”

It is the second time in two weeks that Caoimhe has faced eviction as she was put up for the public vote by David in the save and replace task.

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