Big Brothers Dylan and Paul dealt major blow hours before live eviction show
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    Big Brother stars Dylan Tennant and Paul Blackburn are favourites to be given the boot during the first double eviction of the series.

    It was revealed earlier this week that two cast members will be evicted from the house on Friday (November 3) but the group are unaware that more than one contestant will be leaving tonight.

    After the fourth round of nominations, Dylan, Paul, Noki Simbani and Trish Balusa received the most votes from their housemates and were therefore put up for the public vote.

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    The nominations followed a heated night as a result of the Halloween task and a shock twist which saw Kerry evicted earlier in the week. OLBG has released the latest Big Brother UK 2023 eviction odds and Dylan and Paul are the current favourites to leave the show.

    Betway have compiled the odds which sees an implied probability of 71 per cent that Dylan leaves the show this week with both him and Paul odds-on to go at 66 per cent. However, Yinrun Huang remains at the top of the betting market to win Big Brother this year after another week where she has stayed popular amongst fans of the show.

    Yinrun is now odds-on to win Big Brother this year with her latest odds suggesting a 55% chance of her winning the show. Jordan Shangha has also remained in a consistent position in the betting market in second place with his "love triangle" with Henry Southan and Matty Simpson one of the big stories on the show. Yinrun

    Ahead of the live eviction, a huge row broke out in the house on Thursday (Novemebr 2) night. While hosting Big Brother spin-off show Live & Live, host Will Best showed a quick clip of the live feed leaving fans desperate to know what was kicking off in the house.

    Will, 38, said: "Do you know what? I'm going to give you a little treat, let's have a look at what they're doing live right now." During the clip, Trish could be seemingly heard shouting at someone claiming that they were a "bully" as a row erupted in the kitchen of the house.

    It is unclear who she was addressing, but she could be heard saying: "So you know who you've been bullying, and who you've been attempting to bully. You are a bully! You are a bully! You're a bully and it's not fair!" Will said: "Oh, hang on! Is there an argument going on? Can you hear what they're saying? The word bully is being bandied about! Wow!"

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    The panel noticed that Chanelle Bowen was doing some "heavy breathing", as they noted that she seemed stressed about the argument. Will later told viewers that they had been forced to cancel the live camera run segment on the programme because things had got '"too spicy'".

    The live feed, which airs at 11pm after Late and Live, was also airing just bird noises rather than showing the usual instalment of nightly drama. Fans will have to wait and see exactly went on.

    Big Brother airs Sunday to Thursday on ITV2 and ITVX at 9pm followed by Big Brother Late & Live at 10pm

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