All six BB5 housemates face eviction

All six remaining Big Brother housemates will be up for eviction next week after Victor became the latest contestant to be voted off the reality TV show.

All six remaining Big Brother housemates will be up for eviction next week after Victor became the latest contestant to be voted off the reality TV show.

Instead of nominations, the public will vote for the housemate they want to boot out next Friday.

Londoner Victor, 23, was voted out last night ahead of fellow housemates Nadia, Jason and Dan, who had also been nominated for eviction.

Victor laughed and hugged his fellow “Jungle Cat” Jason after being told by the show’s host, Davina McCall, that he would be leaving.

The self styled “Mr Slick” was the sixth person to be evicted from the Big Brother house – Emma was removed – leaving just six housemates to battle it out.

As Victor hugged his fellow housemates, Jason joked: “I’ll see you next week.”

Victor, who claims he is nicknamed the “milkman” because “he always delivers”, said: “I’ll see you guys in two weeks.”

The eviction is sure to be a disappointment to Victor who, when asked before the show started what his biggest fear was, said: “Leaving without winning.”

His plan to survive had been to “somehow get everyone to trust me, then backstab them”.

He has had a volatile relationship with some of his fellow housemates; police stepped in to investigate an incident involving an alcohol-fuelled clash between Victor and Emma.

There was also a furious bust-up with Shell earlier this week as the pair played bride and groom in a make-believe wedding.

Big Brother banned Victor and Jason from the nomination process one week for breaking the rules by discussing who should go.

Previous evictees were Kitten, who was booted out for repeated rule-breaking, while Ahmed, Becki, Marco and Vanessa were evicted via the public vote.

Victor predicted he would be greeted with boos when he left the house, telling his housemates: “When they boo the Slickman that means that they love me.”

And as he left, he was not disappointed. His exit was greeted by a huge chorus of boos from the gathered crowds.

Dressed all in black, wearing a black hat and chewing a cocktail stick, Victor then performed a rendition of I’ll Make Love to You by Boyz II Men.

Victor polled 47.15% of the 1,848,224 votes cast, marginally ahead of Jason, who polled just over 40%. Only 7% voted for Nadia, while 5% voted to evict Daniel.

After leaving the house, Victor was told that before his row with Shell during the Big Brother wedding, Jason had been 21% – and 150,000 votes – ahead in the eviction poll.

“That is dodgy man,” moaned Victor. “I had got into this routine where I had a late night moan and a bitch on the couch with Jason, and it got to a point where I thought this ain’t really flying I should go and just talk to these people.

“Eight weeks in the house you get irritated a little bit. Shell is not that bad a person, it’s just little things.

“I tried to say lets talk about it later, but she wasn’t really having it.

“She goes off and starts crying, for reasons unbeknownst to me. She comes back looking like the Bride of Frankenstein and just starts having a go at me. And I am like ‘what is going on here?’.”

Asked about his abrasive style in the house, Victor said: “I kicked a lot of ass through the auditions.

“I am not the type of guy to say one thing and then get in the house and turn into a walking pulse, turn into one of these guys Audley Harrison fights these days. I am not going to roll over and have my belly tickled.

“I said I am going to come here and kick some ass and take some names. When I got in there I had to keep my word – I was not going to start brown-nosing.”

Victor claimed he was a real “jungle cat” and insisted his best friend in the house, Jason, was not the moody individual he appeared to be.

“When I first met him I didn’t want to get too close to him because he was wearing a thong, but Jay is a funny guy.

“He is not the moody guy you see all the time. He has cracked people up. It was kind of like an outsiders thing.”

He added: “I am not a nut case, I don’t go stalking around the Serengetti. I am a nice guy.”

When told Nadia used to be a man, Victor said: “No way! I thought … because in outer space you can see two things from the moon – the wall of China and Nadia’s jaw line.”

Asked who he thought was going to win, he said: “Stuart is going to win by a long shot.”

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