Fish trader Cameron Stout and yoga fanatic Nush Nowak were told today that they have been nominated for eviction from the Big Brother House this week.
The remaining six contestants made their final set of nominations yesterday with less than two weeks of the fly-on-the-wall show left to go.
Friday’s eviction will put an end to one possible romance, with both Cameron and Nush romantically linked to their fellow housemates.
Nush has enjoyed frequent flirtations with Scott, including an alcohol-fuelled kiss during a saucy game of spin the bottle.
Cameron also received a 10-second smooch with Steph during the same evening of frivolity, but despite sending out all the right signals has failed to win her heart.
Jon Tickle, who was returned to the house on Friday in a shock twist despite being evicted three weeks ago, has been doing his best to stir up emotions in the house.
Volatile Irishman Ray launched into a swearing fit yesterday after finding out that Jon could not nominate or be nominated for eviction this week.
After reading out instructions from Big Brother, Jon joked: “Did I forget to tell you I had immunity this week?”
Thunder-faced Ray stormed into the garden, saying it was not fair that Jon was getting a second chance at the prize.
“It’s like you’ve been robbed,” he reasoned.
The other housemates do not realise that as a returning contestant, Jon cannot become the ultimate winner – but he has not told them that.
After the nominations were announced, bookmakers Ladbrokes made Nush the odds-on favourite for eviction on Friday at 1/4, with Cameron at 11/4.
Spokesman Warren Lush said: “Nush is odds-on at 1/4 for the push on Friday.
“The only way she can possibly save herself is if she takes her relationship with Scott a few steps further. Cameron is popular but even he couldn’t compete if Scott and Nush decided to liven up this year’s show.”
The bookies continued to cut the odds of the Orkney favourite, while the odds on Ray and Scott have drifted.
“If Cameron survives eviction, which he is likely to, he could well enter the final stages as the bookies’ favourite for the first time,” Mr Lush said.