'Ultimate Big Brother' trio face eviction

'Ultimate Big Brother' trio face eviction

Michelle Bass, "nasty" Nick Bateman and Vanessa Feltz will have their 'Big Brother' futures decided during a double eviction today.

The trio face a public vote after being nominated by their fellow housemates earlier on in the week.

After the eviction there will be seven contestants left to battle each other for the 'Ultimate Big Brother' crown in Friday's grand finale.

Michelle, 29, fears she may be a favourite for the chop.

Yesterday in the house she confided in fellow contestant Victor that she is worried about the upcoming double eviction.

Victor said he thought it would be a very close call. He added that he thought 48-year-old broadcaster Feltz was a certainty to go.

If correct, it would leave Michelle to battle it out with "nasty" Nick - a star of the first series - to see who remains in the house.

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