Irish housemate facing 'Big Brother' eviction

Karly and Irish contestant Noirín will join Sophie and Siavish in the public vote for 'Big Brother' eviction this Friday.

Karly and Irish contestant Noirín will join Sophie and Siavish in the public vote for 'Big Brother' eviction this Friday.

The Scottish blonde and the Irish beauty have been put up for nomination by their fellow housemates as the divide between their two respective groups becomes apparent.

Karly is in the 'cool' gang along with Lisa, Sophie (Dogface) and Charlie and all of them have nominated their former friend Noirín.

Noirín - who was accused of being a "rabbit" because she hopped from group to group - has also angered her former friends because of the close bond she has formed with Marcus.

Lisa claimed Noirín has been leading the Wolverine lookalike on as she knows he has a crush on her.

She said: "She knows exactly what she is doing. She knows she's got him wrapped around her finger."

Karly was targeted by the other group, which includes Siavash, Freddie (Halfwit) and Marcus.

Marcus claimed Lisa had been using Karly as her "mouthpiece" and says things behind people's backs.

Karly and Noirín both received five nominations while Sophie and Siavish were already up for eviction after failing to refrain from swearing, which Big Brother had ordered them to do as a punishment.

Irish bookmaking firm Paddy Power has made her 33/1 outsider to win this year’s series.

Sharon McHugh, spokesperson for Paddy Power explains: "Noirin’s misunderstanding with second favourite Siavish the other day hasn’t done her any favours.

"She was once considered a dark horse in the betting but our punters have completely cooled on her.

"At this stage she could be gone by as early as next week."

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