Big Brother 7 – Lisa is Outfitted
Lisa Huo is the fifth housemate to be evicted from the Big Brother home after staring at Nikki Grahame, Imogen Thomas and Mikey Dalton in a four-way struggle.
As soon as Grace got the blow, Lisa was 4/5 likely to be out of the door with the bookmakers expecting Aisleyne, Richard, Susie and Pete nominations for Manchester’s bad oral workplace.
Big Brother created this week for the nomination discussion of rule breakers Glyn, Imogen, Lea, Lisa and Nikki who were not allowed to nominate normally. Instead, everybody had to nominate one member of their group, on the spot, for everyone else. They are not allowed to discuss their nominations or nominate themselves, and the nomination with most nominations will automatically be challenged through public voting. The vote went as follows:
Glyn and Lisa nominated Nikki, Imogen voted for Lea who returned the favor and Nikki voted for Lisa. With two nominations, Nikki got expansion for the third consecutive week.
The rest of the housemates Aisleyne, Mikey, Pete, Richard and Susie had to nominate in the privacy of the Diary as usual. Since Nikki was already for the public vote, the remaining housemates were not allowed to nominate her. Imogen, Lisa and Mikey threw into the blend mix.
By Monday evening Lisa was 1/4 favorite for eviction, despite the rest of the nominees who were not officially announced until Tuesday night.
Lisa’s price has shrunk considerably, as the days went by until Friday at 1/100. It was therefore no surprise when the host, Davina McCall, announced that she had been evicted.
Lisa apparently left, because she responded well with a typical blend of smile and good scenery. He in turn cut each of her housewives and included repeated phrases, including sorted buddies, coins, make it easy and enjoy it.
After a few weeks homeowners received landslide ratios, Grace polling had 87.9% and of course Sezers 91.6%, Lisa received a more respected 60.3% of the votes, as she was not trading at odds at one time during the launch week.
Big Brother’s latest turn will enter five new participants next Friday in a secret second home. The new house, accessible through the living room, has its own bedroom, kitchen, lounge, bathroom and garden.
Instead of choosing a housemate next week, the public will rather choose one housekeeper to save but stay with the five newcomers in the new home.