Sylvia and Mohamed nominated for BB eviction

Sylvia and Mohamed have been nominated to face eviction from the 'Big Brother' house.

The pair will now face a phone vote by viewers on Friday.

It will be the first eviction from the house. Last week's was cancelled after Alexandra De Gale was thrown out for using "threatening" language about the other housemates.

Sylvia, 21, was nominated by nine housemates. Most complained about her failure to chip in with the cleaning.

Lisa said: "Sylvia is in her own little world in the house. She never does any cooking or cleaning.

"She's been told and warned time and time again by the housemates. She just laughs in our face."

Mohamed, 23, was nominated by five housemates, who attacked his eating habits.

Dale said: "I find he doesn't contribute to the house. He eats a lot of food and doesn't give any consideration to the rest of the group".

Jennifer also nominated Mohamed. She said: "He just eats and eats and eats constantly. Every time I see him he's got something in his mouth. I think he's slightly inconsiderate of others.

Sylvia nominated Rex and Mickey, while Mohamed chose Sylvia and Dennis.

Dale, Kat and Rachel have not received a single nomination vote in the show, which is now in its ninth series.

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