Jennie on board for Big Brother final

Jennie has landed herself a guaranteed place in the Big Brother final.

Jennie has landed herself a guaranteed place in the Big Brother final.

The 18-year-old Scouser won immunity from next week’s nominations by beating her housemates in a life-sized board game.

Big Brother set up a huge game board with 80 squares – one for each day of the series so far – which wound throughout the house.

The six remaining contestants donned game-board piece outfits and took turns throwing the giant dice to move around the board.

When they landed on certain squares they had to collect a “Diary Room card” with a well-known Big Brother scenario or challenge on it.

Imogen won a message from home for a housemate who had not yet received one, which she chose to give to Pete, who missed out during the prison task.

When Jennie rolled the correct number to complete the game first she was told to collect her prize from the Diary Room.

Confetti came down and music started playing as Big Brother instructed her to open an envelope containing a non-transferable ticket granting her a guaranteed place in the final.

The other housemates watched her on a plasma screen and cheered as she screamed: “I don’t know what to do!”

Jennie returned to the living area looking stunned, saying: “I’m in the final! I’ve never been in the final of anything!”

Tension is rising in the Big Brother house in the run up to the final on August 18.

Ten previously evicted housemates are facing a public vote to decide which of them will move into the secret annexe next door to the main house.

Four will move in on Tuesday, and the current housemates will pick one of them to move back into the Big Brother house on Friday.

The evictees up for the viewers’ vote are Grace, Sam, Lisa, Lea, Nikki, Jayne, Michael, Spiral, Mikey and Susie.

The results of the new vote-in will be announced on Channel 4 at 9pm on Tuesday.

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