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 Big Brother 14
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Series Information
Presenter: Emma Willis
Broadcaster: Channel 5
Winner: Sam Evans

Big Brother 14, also known as Big Brother 2013 and Big Brother: Secrets and Lies, is the fourteenth series of the British reality television series Big Brother. It launched on 13 June 2013 in two parts, with the second part on 14 June, on Channel 5 and 5* as part of a new two-year contract with Endemol, which secured the show until 2014. It was be the third regular series to air on Channel 5 and the seventh series of Big Brother to air on the broadcaster overall since they acquired the show. The series was won by 23-year old Sam Evans from South Wales, who won the £100,000 prize fund, the first time the full prize fund has been awarded to the winner since 2010.

Eight housemates entered on launch night, including a set of twins becoming one housemate; with another six, including a mother and her daughter, entering the House the following night. Unbeknownst to the housemates, an actor controlled by the viewers, Michael Dylan - otherwise known as "The People's Puppet" - entered the House on launch night, and this was revealed to them upon his departure on Day 9. On Day 33, after an infamous confrontation between housemates Daley Ojuederie and Hazel O'Sullivan, Daley became the first housemate to be ejected from the Big Brother House since Big Brother moved to Channel 5. For the first time in civilian Big Brother history, no new housemates entered the House following the two launch nights.

The fourteenth series saw the return of viewers voting to evict, rather than voting to save alike the two previous series. This way of voting had not been used since Ultimate Big Brother.

This was the first series of Big Brother to be presented by Big Brother's Bit on the Side co-host Emma Willis and the first presenter change since Brian Dowling took over from Davina McCall in 2011. Willis continued to host Bit on the Side along with Rylan Clark and AJ Odudu, who replaced Jamie East and Alice Levine.

Pre-SeriesEdit

AuditionsEdit

On 11 December 2012, it was revealed that Big Brother producers had axed all open auditions for Big Brother 14, meaning that this series will be the first since Big Brother 5 in 2004 to see housemates chosen only from online applications. In order to become a housemate, potential housemates had to record a 90 second video and fill out an online application form.

If bosses liked what they saw, the chosen few would be invited to 'callbacks', which took place in January and February 2013 in London and Manchester. A source said, "With only a few minutes to impress producers, only the best will get into the show this year. There won't be any second chances or opportunities to try again at another open audition. They have just one shot." However, from 13–15 December, "Talent Spotters" from Big Brother visited bars in Blackpool to find new housemates, they also visited Huddersfield on 14 December 2012.

PresentersEdit

On 13 March 2013, it was reported that Brian Dowling had been removed from presenting Big Brother and that Emma Willis would be taking over. These rumours were confirmed on 2 April. It was also speculated that Rylan Clark would be taking over the role of presenting Big Brother's Bit On The Side after previously winning Celebrity Big Brother 11 in January 2013.

On 17 April, Alice Levine and Jamie East both announced via Twitter that they had left spin-off show Big Brother's Bit on the Side after six series. On 25 April, The Sun reported that Clark would be taking over as the new host of Big Brother's Bit on the Side. Clark initially denied this, but Channel 5 officially confirmed on 14 May that Clark and AJ Odudu would join Willis as presenters of Big Brother's Bit on the Side; Willis will continue her Bit on the Side role in addition to taking over as host of the main show. In addition, Big Brother's Bit On The Psych will air on Saturday nights, with guests and psychologists examining housemates' behaviour during the week. Clark will also host a Sunday lunchtime edition of Bit on the Side.

FormatEdit

The fourteenth series of Big Brother introduced several changes to the format. One of the changes implemented in the fourteenth series was the return of "Vote to Evict". This way of voting had not been used since Ultimate Big Brother. Another change was Big Brother sometimes revealing the number of nominations each nominee received to the housemates, and it also saw the three or more housemates with the most nominations facing the public vote each week, with the nominated housemate who had the fewest votes to evict usually being saved during a live segment in the Wednesday highlights show. During the live eviction show, for the first time, nominated housemates were given thirty seconds to broadcast a 'plea' explaining why they think they should stay in the House.

Edit

Big Brother 14

The alternate eye used as part of the Secrets & Lies theme for the series.

A fake eye logo was officially unveiled on 24 May 2013. The eye sported a pupil built entirely of television screens, whilst the rest of the eye comprised of life-sized recycled doors, furniture and white fluorescent lights to coincide with the theme of the series, a stark contrast from the bright colours of the Big Brother 13 eye. However, they released the "official" logo on 4 June, which features it on a white background with colour.

HouseEdit

The House was "completely redesigned" for this series. On 23 May 2013 it was confirmed that the House will be 'Eco', with the sweeping staircase leading down to an eco-living room with producers desperate to make the housemates experience hell in a hell house. As the housemates enter they will be greeted by a huge wall containing recycled life-size front doors. The series is expected to show this objective of self sufficiency and recycling throughout and this will be represented throughout the House. House pictures were officially unveiled in the Daily Star newspaper on 10 June 2013.

The Safe HouseEdit

On the 19 June 2013 episode of Big Brother's Bit on the Side, rumours arose of a secret bedroom visible in this year's house plan. It had an en suite with baths, a shower and a toilet. On 3 July 2013, it was confirmed that a duo of fake evicted housemates would re-enter a Big Brother House next door called the Safe House. These housemates lived under a lap of luxury and gained immunity from nominations for a whole week. They were allowed to spy on the other housemates with a television and headphones. This is similar to Big Brother 5 and Ultimate Big Brother's Bedsit, Big Brother 12's Crypt and Celebrity Big Brother 11's luxury basement.

Live feedEdit

Channel 5 announced on 14 May 2013 that the live feed will be partly reinstated, for two hours per day. Big Brother: Live From The House will air each night from 7pm – 9pm on 5* (except Sundays where only one hour was broadcast from 8–9pm). Live feed was also broadcast on Channel 5 after every live eviction show for 30 minutes, after Big Brother's Bit on the Side, to show how the housemates coped with the results of the weekly eviction. On 26 June 2013, Channel 5 announced that it would axe the nightly live feed on 5*, however, in affect after 30 June. The live feed later made a return online via channel5.com between midnight (11:30pm on Sundays) and 2am daily from 12 July 2013.

TeasersEdit

On 17 May 2013, a six-second teaser aired on Channel 5 ahead of the new series asking viewers to guess "#whatsthesecret". On 19 May, a second teaser aired which featured two doors that were pink and blue, as well as asking viewers to guess "#whatsthesecret". These teasers led to speculation that the new series could be based on a similar premise to Secret Story, a format that has been successful worldwide. On 13 June 2013, prior to the launch, Channel 5 published 15 housemate teasers. This lead to rumours that there would be sixteen housemates, as one teaser mentioned twin housemates. It was even rumored that a "viewers' puppet" controlled by viewers votes would enter the House.

SponsorshipEdit

The series sponsor is casino website and TV programme (that airs nightly on Channel 5) SuperCasino. The series will also feature Product Placement from Very.co.uk who have supplied products for the House. Also, housemates will order their shopping from online grocery business Ocado, using an iPad, as part of another product placement agreement.

HousematesEdit

On Day 1, eight housemates entered the House. The first two housemates, Jack & Joe, entered as one housemate. A further 6 housemates entered on Day 2, including a mother and daughter duo.

Housemate Entered House/Left House
Sallie Axl

Sallie Axl

Glamour Model

25, Wallasey, The Wirral

Day 1

1st Person Evicted

Day 9

Jemima Slade

Jemima Slade

Dating Website Owner

41, Marylebone, London

Day 1

2nd Person Evicted

Day 16

Wolfy Millington

Wolfy Millington

Student

20, Bolton, Greater Manchester

Day 1

3rd Person Evicted

Day 30

Daley Ojuederie

Daley Ojuederie

Boxer

28, West London

Day 2

Ejected

Day 33

Jackie Travers

Jackie Travers

Dance Instructor

59, Berkhampstead, Hertfordshire

Day 2

4th Person Evicted

Day 37

Dan Neal

Dan Neal

Police Officer

33, East London

Day 2

5th Person Evicted

Day 44

Callum Knell

Callum Knell

Sports Coach

28, Maidstone, Kent

Day 1

6th Person Evicted

Day 51

Hazel O'Sullivan

Hazel O'Sullivan

Glamour Model

28, Dublin, Ireland

Day 2

7th Person Evicted

Day 58

Sophie Lawrence

Sophie Lawrence

Dental Nurse

20, Kennington, London

Day 1

8th Person Evicted

Day 65

Charlie Travers

Charlie Travers

Receptionist

26, Berkhampstead, Hertfordshire

Day 2

Fifth Place

Day 68

Jack & Joe Glenny

Jack & Joe Glenny

Supermarket Checkout Assistants

18, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire

Day 1

Fourth Place

Day 68

Gina Rio

Gina Rio

Socialite

24, Kings Cross, London

Day 2

Third Place

Day 68

Dexter Koh

Dexter Koh

Celebrity Publicist

28, Liverpool, Merseyside

Day 1

Runner-Up

Day 68

Sam Evans

Sam Evans

Stockroom Assistant

23, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire

Day 1

Winner

Day 68

The People's PuppetEdit

Michael Dylan who is 29 and from Cork, entered the House as "The People's Puppet", who was hired by Big Brother as a housemate that is controlled by the viewers. Unlike every other housemate, Michael does not have a genuine housemate status and is referred to as a non-housemate. Michael's true identity as "The People's Puppet" was revealed on Day 9, and he then left the House.

TasksEdit

Week Days Lasted Task Reward Result
Week 1 Day 1 Michael was revealed to the viewers as "The People's Puppet", a special non-housemate that will be controlled by the outside world. His first task was to be the first random housemate to be called into the Diary Room by Big Brother. Big Brother gave Michael "Head Housemate" status, which gave him the power to choose who would receive their suitcases. He had the option to shred his own suitcase to save everyone else's, or shred everyone else's suitcases to save his own. The housemates were unaware that this was a twist and that their genuine suitcases are still held by Big Brother. Michael's Suitcase
or
All Other Housemates' Suitcases
Michael's Suitcase
Day 2 The viewers were given the opportunity to vote for what they think Michael, "The People's Puppet", should do next. Once all six of the remaining housemates entered on Day 2, he was called to the Diary Room by Big Brother who told him that he had another decision to make, in relation to the six housemates who had just entered and their suitcases. Big Brother said that he could have a pizza and a cold beer if he decided to shred their suitcases too. Pizza & Beer for Michael
or
All New Housemates' Suitcases
All New Housemates' Suitcases
Day 3 Housemates competed in the 'ABC-crets' task which would earn them a meal for them all that night if they successfully guessed one another's secrets by stepping on the appropriate A, B or C circles. Meal Passed
Failed
Day 4 Michael, "The People's Puppet", secretly left the House to appear on Rylan's Supersized Celebrity Sunday where he was given another secret task. He was given 3 questions (voted for by the viewers) to ask his fellow housemates. These were "If you had the power to evict someone, who would it be?", To Sallie: "Who do you fancy the most?", and "Who is the biggest wannabe?". Passed
Day 5 Charlie and Jackie competed in a task in which they had three minutes to work together (with a 'blind-folded' Charlie being directed by Jackie) to build the word "tension" made up of a series of foam blocks. However, this was not the real task. Charlie received the real task beforehand, which was to make sure her mother lost the end of her tether during the task. Massage Oils Passed
Day 6 Housemates competed in the first shopping task of the series; 'Stackable Shopping'. In this task, housemates had to work as a team and handle over-sized pieces of shopping which were to be stacked to the required 'Pass' line in order for the housemates to earn a luxury shopping budget. Earlier that day however, Michael, "The People's Puppet", was instructed by Big Brother to carry out the wishes of the public once more - by sabotaging the shopping task. Luxury Shopping Budget Failed
Day 7 Big Brother placed a suggestion box in the House and encouraged housemates to share their views about their fellow housemates by placing a suggestion into the suggestion box. These anonymous suggestions were later read out to the House.
Day 8 Gina and Sallie had to correctly guess which housemates Michael would label into a specific category, such as; "Least Attractive." However, as Michael was labelling housemates to these categories in reflect of the viewers' voting. If they passed the task, they would win a party for them and six housemates' of their choice (Charlie, Dan, Hazel, Jack & Joe, Wolfy and Michael, whose invite was automatic as he was Head Housemate). Party Passed
Day 9 Charlie was called to the Diary Room to celebrate her birthday in a new task, titled 'Groundog Birthday'. Big Brother revealed that she would be taking part in a game of pass the parcel, and that when the music stops, she should unwrap a layer of the present. In the final layer of the parcel, there would be a birthday present for her to enjoy. Party Failed
Week 2 Day 10 Housemates took part in the 'Remember To Remember' task in order to win a treat. In this task, housemates were divided into two teams of seven (Blue and Purple Brains) in a challenge of memory. Big Brother had placed in the House beforehand a series of objects which the House thought they would have to memorise for the task, however, it was later revealed that the task would be based on a series of conversations that took place earlier that day. Sweet Treats Callum,
Charlie,
Daley,
Dan,
Jack,
Sophie,
Wolfy
Day 12 Jack & Joe were set the task 'Feast Like A Beast' by Big Brother. For the task, Jack & Joe had to successfully impersonate how a selection of animals eat their food. If housemates correctly guessed more than half of Jack and Joe's impersonations correctly, they would pass the task. Slap-Up Meal Passed
Day 13 – Day 14 Housemates were set their second weekly shopping task. The task involved housemates being subjected to a fictional viral outbreak. Big Brother provided six gas masks which could save the six housemates who wore them from the infection. The housemates decided that Wolfy, Charlie, Hazel, Daley, Callum and Joe would wear the gas marks, leaving Jack, Jemima, Jackie, Dexter, Dan, Sam, Sophie and Gina to become infected and to enter the Quarantine room, away from the main House. The infected housemates were subjected to Big Brother's attempts at curing the virus, and if they were cured they could return to the main House in preparation for the final part of the task. The housemates would need to pass the final part of the task in order to receive a luxury shopping budget for the week. Luxury Shopping Budget Passed
Day 15 Housemates were set a secret task: to successfully hide from Jack & Joe in the store room, without them noticing. The housemates had to go to the store room one-by-one, in alphabetical order. Treat Passed
Day 16 Housemates were given a locked box, padlocked by three locks. The housemates were asked a series of questions relating to what they thought of their fellow housemates by Big Brother. Each question answered would earn a housemate the chance to unlock the locked box. However, one of the locks could only be unlocked if they selected the right key. Screening of Housemates' Audition Tapes Gina,
Jackie,
Wolfy
Week 3 Day 17 Housemates competed in a 'Battle of the Sexes' task, which saw the boys (Callum, Daley and Dexter) go up against the girls (Gina, Hazel and Sophie). For this task, the respective teams would have to follow the commands of Big Brother for as long as possible. The team who allotted the most time after all three team members of the team had had a turn would win the task. The boys emerged as the winners of the task, and therefore won a 'girls night-in' for all the male housemates later that night. 'Girls Night-In' for Male Housemates Callum,
Daley,
Dexter
Day 18 Housemates competed in the 'Last Laugh' task. For this task, each housemate entered the Diary Room one-by-one where they found a 'funny' joke or object inside provided by Big Brother. The housemate who laughed the longest at Big Brother's joke and/or object would win the task. Screening of Gina, Jackie and Wolfy's Audition Tapes Sam
Day 20 – Day 21 Housemates began their third weekly shopping task; '5-4-3-2-1'. For this task, every time housemates heard the 5-4-3-2-1 countdown buzzer, they would report to Big Brother and be given a task that they would have to complete before the countdown clock ran out. Each task they successfully completed within the time limit would go towards the amount of money they could spend on the weekly shopping budget. Shopping Budget 60%
Day 22 Wolfy was set a task in which she had to teach her fellow housemates to talk and gather information from a variety of animals Big Brother had placed in the garden. The other housemates had to use Wolfy's teachings to open up and tell one of the animals a secret. Once each housemate had given the animal a secret to keep, Wolfy then had to try and guess three housemates' secrets that they told to one of the animals. Each secret guessed correctly earned the house a reward. Various Rewards Ingredients for a Fish Dinner
Day 23 Sophie was told by Big Brother that the viewers had picked her as the housemate they would like to see wear a camera that would capture up-close a series of expressions from her. The rest of the housemates were tasked with trying to get Sophie to deliver these expressions. Afternoon Tea Passed
Week 4 Day 24 Dexter and Gina were tasked with giving housemates of their choice tasks to fulfil. The housemates however were told by Big Brother that it was a 'viewers take over' day and that these tasks were chosen by the viewers. Gina and Dexter chose to send Daley and Wolfy to the jail in the garden, make Hazel clean the entire house, give Daley a nice lunch and Wolfy a nasty lunch, send Jack & Joe and Sophie to the treehouse to answer a series of questions, and give Dan and Sam afternoon tea. Chinese Takeaway Passed
Day 26 Housemates were set the task; 'Making Headlines'. Dexter and Gina were called to the Diary Room prior to the task's announcement, and were tasked with matching a series of headlines to the name of a housemate of their choice. Having done this, the other housemates were told to do the same. However, the housemates did not know that they were being tested on how closely they matched Dexter and Gina's answers and that the headlines they had been given were not real. Water-guns & Ice Lollies Passed
Day 28 – Day 29 Housemates began their fourth weekly shopping task; 'The Budget'. As residents of the Safe House, Charlie, Dexter and Gina were made Treasury members and had to make a series of budget cuts and avoid temptation in order to save as much money for the week's shopping budget as possible. Shopping Budget £280
Day 30 Dan was set the task of finding out who the House's secret saboteur was for the day. The other housemates were aware of this and that the saboteur was Sam, who was tasked with hiding Dan's toiletries in the vegetable patch and throwing his clothing into the pool. Sam completed these tasks, however, Dan successfully guessed that it was him who was the house's secret saboteur. For guessing correctly, Dan received the use of a variety of gym equipment for one hour. Sam was sent to the jail as punishment for not keeping his identity hidden. 1 Hour of
Gym Equipment for Dan
Passed
Sam Not Going to Jail Failed
Week 5 Day 32 Safe House residents Hazel and Daley were tasked with becoming 'The Interviewers'; by interviewing their fellow housemates on their time in the House so far. Big Brother provided them with additional information files on their fellow housemates to assist them during this task.
Day 34 – Day 35 Housemates began their fifth weekly shopping task; 'The Remote Control'. For this task, Big Brother placed an over-sized remote control in the House. The housemates were instructed to obey all instructions given by the remote control in order to pass the task and obtain a luxury shopping budget for the week. If they went below a pre-determined number of fails, the housemates would fail the weekly task. Big Brother sent in a series of distractions when housemates were carrying out the instructions of obeying the remote control, such as sending in a herd of sheep. Luxury Shopping Budget Passed
Day 36 Housemates were set 'The Impassible Task'. For this task, housemates thought they had to solve a dilemma, using a set of mysterious props and puzzles placed in the garden by Big Brother. A meter was placed in the garden to measure how close they were to passing and failing this task. Housemates were told they could come to the Diary Room to voluntarily quit the task at any time. However, housemates were unaware that Callum had been set the real task, which was to keep his fellow housemates trying to solve the dilemma for as long as possible. Game of Football
in the Garden
Passed
Week 6 Day 40 Big Brother tasked Callum with being the house therapist in the task; 'I'm All Ears.' Across the day, each housemate was told to visit Callum and express any thoughts or troubles to him.
Day 41 – Day 42 Housemates began their sixth weekly shopping task; 'The Right Answer.' For this task, all housemates had to do was give the correct answer to a question asked by Big Brother. Some of the questions asked were influenced by the viewers. Each correct answer would earn the housemates money toward their weekly shopping budget; the total amount in the totaliser at the end of Day 42 would be the total weekly shopping budget for the week. Shopping Budget £76
Day 43 In the task: 'Don't Drop It!' Jack & Joe were asked to hold a series of items by Big Brother, such as a toy duck, for a reward of some pastries for them to share. Dropping any of the items would mean that they failed the task. Pastries Passed
Day 44 In the task: 'Puntastic Prizes', housemates competed in pairs in a series of tasks and were told by Big Brother that if they as a pair passed their task they would win a 'treat' for the House, such as ten steaks. However, this was a lie; and as a result of passing the task, each pair would earn a worthless or disgusting prize that was another meaning of the word they had thought was a treat, such as "letters from home" actually meaning "lettuce from home".
Week 7 Day 45 Housemates were set the 'Express Yourself' task. For this task, each housemate was given some paint and an easel and was told to paint a picture that represented their time in the House. If they were creative enough, they would pass the task and receive their letters from home as a reward. Housemates later passed the task and received their letters from home. Letters from Home Passed
Day 46 Housemates were each set a task to follow one other housemate by Big Brother until further notice in a game of follow the leader. Ice Cream Passed
Day 47 In the task 'Mechanical Mannequins', housemates were divided into two teams, with each team required to pose for a particular event. Callum, Dexter, Gina and Sam were required to portray a day of fun at the beach, whilst Charlie, Hazel, Jack & Joe and Sophie were tasked with portraying a day in a park. Takeaway Pizza Callum,
Dexter,
Gina,
Sam
Day 48 Housemates began their seventh weekly shopping task; 'Nemesis.' For this task, each housemate was paired with their apparent nemesis in the House (i.e. the person they have the least in common with, or do not particularly favour). In their respective pairs, they were made to trash talk each other, and had to report to: 'the protein station', 'the posing station' and 'the exercise station' during the task. If the task was completed successfully, not only would housemates be rewarded with a luxury shopping budget, but, each housemate who won their battle would also receive a personal £20 budget for the week. Housemates earned three quarters of a luxury shopping budget and Callum, Hazel, Jack and Sam each won their own £20 shopping budget in addition to this. Shopping Budget 75%
Personal £20 Shopping Budget Callum,
Hazel,
Jack,
Sam
Day 50 Big Brother set the nominated housemates, Callum, Dexter, Hazel and Jack & Joe, the task of creating a campaign explaining why they should stay, and also creating a campaign to explain to the public why they should evict one of the other nominees over themselves.
Week 8 Day 53 Dexter performed a night of magic and mystery for his fellow housemates as tasked by Big Brother which included three tricks: showcasing his ability to read minds, transforming certain objects (suitcases), and making one housemate disappear (Sam).
Gina was set the task; 'Fake Mail'. For this task, she had to fabricate fan mail for herself and her fellow housemates. Reward Passed
Day 54 Sophie was set the task of getting the majority of her fellow housemates to carry out tasks for her, such as giving her a high-five or a makeover. However, she was unaware that the rest of the House had been told of her task and that they had to sabotage her mission by refusing her requests. Failed
Day 55 Jack and Hazel were sent to a secret area and were given the task of providing running commentary on the events of a day inside the Big Brother House. But, what they were not told of was that the rest of the housemates could hear this. The rest of the House had to pretend that they could and did not hear anything that had been said; in doing so, a reward would be earned. Passed
Day 56 – Day 57 Gina was selected to be Queen Bee for this week's shopping task, 'Busy Bees'. As Queen Bee, Gina chose Charlie to join her as Guard Bee. These were in charge of the other housemates, the worker bees, as they had to make jars of honey. To pass the task, they had to follow Gina's instructions and make a specific amount of honey. If Gina wasn't satisfied with the workers, she could give them all a sharp sting by giving them an electric shock. During the task, Gina was given the chance to make the worker bees work harder by making more jars of honey, by doing this Gina would receive special rewards such as a phonecall from home. Shopping Budget £280
£180
Day 58 Charlie was given a secret task. She had to have deep conversations with 4 of her fellow housemates. Beauty Products Passed
Week 9 Day 59 Marcus Bentley entered the House for a task. Instead of commentating on what's happening in the House, he delivered a script and the housemates had to follow his instructions. Caribbean BBQ Party Passed
Day 60 In the task 'Aggy Adjectives', Sophie was tasked with thinking of as many adjectives as she possibly could for the word 'Grumpy'. For every correct adjective she gave, Sophie was rewarded with a treat. However, if Big Brother felt she had not made enough effort, then one item of her clothing would be forfeited. Treats 26
Day 61 Sam had to perform a night of stand-up comedy for his fellow housemates in the task: 'Sam's LOL Fest.' However, as he was aware, the more the housemates laughed the worse the treat would be. Treat Small Cupcake
Day 62 – Day 63 Housemates took part in their final shopping task; 'Save the Shopping!'. For this task, housemates became the House's Rescue Squad and had to save their shopping from a series of dangers. The treehouse became Rescue HQ and in pairs, housemates would take it in turns to save their shopping from several dangerous fixtures in the garden, such as 'the burning building' or the 'bomb'. Among the shopping were golden tokens (special prizes) which could also be saved. On Day 63, once the task had finished, the shopping that was saved could be kept. Shopping Passed
Day 64 Gina had to become Big Brother's Best Friend by performing tasks that would assess if she was so or not. Her tasks included: insulting three other housemates' appearances, stealing something, revealing a big secret and who she wants to be evicted, staying away from one of her friends and throwing a strop at random. Gina passed her series of tasks above, and was rewarded with a treat at the end of the day for being a true friend to Big Brother. Treat Passed
Day 65 In the task 'Gina Of The Lamp', Dexter and Gina became the genies of the Big Brother House for the day with a mission of making each of the evictee's potential last day in the House as comfortable as possible by granting any wishes they so desired. Evictee's Wishes Passed
Week 10 Day 66 Housemates took part in the task: 'Big Brother's Press Conference.' For this task, each of the five finalists had to create a speech addressing why they should win the show, and why they deserve to do so. They had to present this speech to the rest of the House, who then had to query what they had said. Housemates also faced tweets from the public, received a phonecall from home, and had delivered to them a series of individually-tailored questions from celebrities including Vanessa Feltz, John McCririck and Sugababes singer Amelle Berrabah and ex-housemates Jemima, Wolfy, Dan, Callum, and Hazel. They all challenged what they had said in their respective speeches.

Nominations tableEdit

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10
Final
Sam Not
eligible
Dexter,
Gina
Dexter,
Sophie
Wolfy,
Sophie
Dexter,
Gina
In Safe
House
Sophie,
Dexter
Dexter,
Sophie
Dexter,
Sophie
Winner
(Day 68)
Dexter Not
eligible
Dan,
Jack & Joe
Banned In Safe
House
Callum,
Gina
No
nominations
Callum,
Jack & Joe
Jack & Joe,
Hazel
Jack & Joe,
Sam
Runner-Up
(Day 68)
Gina Not
eligible
Jemima,
Dexter
Hazel,
Jackie
In Safe
House
Jackie,
Jack & Joe
No
nominations
Hazel,
Jack & Joe
Hazel,
Charlie
Jack & Joe,
Charlie
Third Place
(Day 68)
Jack & Joe Not
eligible
Dexter,
Gina
Dexter,
Gina
Charlie,
Wolfy
Dexter,
Callum
No
nominations
Dexter,
Callum
Dexter,
Charlie
Charlie,
Dexter
Fourth Place
(Day 68)
Charlie Not
eligible
Jemima,
Dexter
Dexter,
Wolfy
Wolfy,
Callum
Callum,
Jack & Joe
No
nominations
Callum,
Jack & Joe
Hazel,
Jack & Joe
Jack & Joe,
Gina
Fifth Place
(Day 68)
Sophie Not
eligible
Dexter,
Gina
Dexter,
Sam
Sam,
Hazel
Callum,
Dexter
In Safe
House
Callum,
Hazel
Hazel,
Sam
Sam,
Dexter
Evicted
(Day 65)
Hazel Not
eligible
Gina,
Dexter
Gina,
Dexter
Callum,
Wolfy
Gina,
Callum
No
nominations
Callum,
Dexter
Gina,
Sophie
Evicted
(Day 58)
Callum Not
eligible
Jemima,
Gina
Dexter,
Dan
Wolfy,
Hazel
Dexter,
Jackie
No
nominations
Dexter,
Hazel
Evicted
(Day 51)
Dan Not
eligible
Dexter,
Wolfy
Wolfy,
Dexter
Wolfy,
Callum
Callum,
Jack & Joe
In Safe
House
Evicted
(Day 44)
Jackie Not
eligible
Gina,
Dexter
Dexter,
Gina
Wolfy,
Callum
Gina,
Callum
Evicted
(Day 37)
Daley Not
eligible
Gina,
Jemima
Gina,
Dexter
Callum,
Wolfy
Ejected
(Day 33)
Wolfy Not
eligible
Dexter,
Jemima
Dexter,
Dan
Charlie,
Dan
Evicted
(Day 30)
Jemima Not
eligible
Dexter,
Gina
Evicted
(Day 16)
Michael Gina,
Dexter,
Sallie
Task Completed
(Day 9)
Sallie Not
eligible
Evicted
(Day 9)
Notes 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Against
public vote
Dexter,
Gina,
Sallie
Dexter,
Gina,
Jemima
Dan & Wolfy,
Dexter & Gina
Callum,
Hazel,
Jackie,
Wolfy
Callum,
Dexter,
Gina,
Jack & Joe,
Jackie
Dan,
Sam,
Sophie
Callum,
Dexter,
Hazel,
Jack & Joe
Charlie,
Dexter,
Hazel,
Jack & Joe,
Sophie
Charlie,
Jack & Joe,
Sam,
Sophie
Charlie,
Dexter,
Gina,
Jack & Joe,
Sam
Ejected none Daley none
Evicted Sallie
Most votes
(out of 2)
to evict
Jemima
Most votes
(out of 2)
to evict
Dexter & Gina
Most votes
to move
Wolfy
Most votes
(out of 3)
to evict
Jackie
Most votes
(out of 2)
to evict
Dan
Most votes
to evict
Callum
Most votes
(out of 3)
to evict
Hazel
Most votes
(out of 2)
to evict
Sophie
Most votes
(out of 3)
to evict
Charlie
Fewest votes
(out of 5)
Jack & Joe
Fewest votes
(out of 4)
Gina
Fewest votes
(out of 3)
Dexter
Fewest votes
(out of 2)
Sam
Most votes
to win

Notes Edit

Note 1: The public decided on "The People's Puppet" Michael's behalf on who would face the first public vote, rather than nominations taking place as normal. The three housemates with the most votes were Gina, Dexter and Sallie and these were therefore Michael's three nominations. The phone lines froze on Day 7, and Michael was told by Big Brother that Dexter had the least amount of votes and therefore saved him from eviction. Voting then resumed for Gina and Sallie. After Sallie's eviction, it was revealed to the housemates that Michael was "The People's Puppet", and he then left the House.

Note 2: The public vote to evict was frozen on Day 14 and Gina was saved, having received the least amount of votes. Voting then resumed for Dexter and Jemima.

Note 3: On Day 19, housemates had to nominate face-to-face, live on Channel 5. As punishment for discussing nominations earlier that day, Dexter was banned from nominating. Had Dexter been allowed to nominate, he would have nominated Wolfy and Jackie, meaning Dexter, Gina and Wolfy would have faced the public vote. This week was a "fake double eviction", in which the public voted for who they wanted to move into the Secret Safe House, where the chosen pair would secretly live in luxury watching their fellow housemates' every move. The pairs were pre-selected by their nominations tally so either Dan and Wolfy (tied third) or Dexter and Gina (first and second) were "fake evicted". On Day 23, the two housemates chosen to enter the Safe House were Gina and Dexter.

Note 4: Whilst Dexter and Gina were living in the Secret Safe House, they could not nominate and could not be nominated by their fellow housemates, assuming them to be evicted and also unaware that Dexter and Gina were able to see their nominations. In a twist, Big Brother gave Dexter and Gina the opportunity to save one of the four nominees (who would live alongside them in luxury) and replace them with another housemate. Dexter and Gina chose to save Charlie and replaced her with Jackie.

Note 5: On Day 30, after Wolfy's eviction, the lines opened for two housemates to move into the Safe House, in which they would be immune from the next eviction. The pairs were pre-selected so either Charlie and Dexter, Dan and Gina, Sam and Sophie, Jack and Joe, Daley and Hazel or Callum and Jackie would move into the Safe House. On Day 31, the two housemates chosen to move into the Safe House were Daley and Hazel, however, Daley was ejected from the House on Day 33. Due to Daley's ejection, a planned nominations twist was cancelled and normal nominations took place. As she was living in the Safe House, Hazel could nominate but could not be nominated by her fellow housemates.

Note 6: There were no nominations in Week 6. Unbeknownst to the housemates, the housemates living in the Safe House would automatically face the public vote. Housemates chose Sam & Sophie to live in the Safe House and were told they could choose another housemate to live alongside them. On Day 40, Big Brother lied to the housemates, telling them that those not living in the Safe House were up for eviction. Sam & Sophie chose Dan to live in the Safe House, meaning he also faced the public vote this week.

Note 7: As well as finding out they were nominated, Callum, Dexter, Hazel and Jack & Joe were shown who nominated them.

Note 8: Rather than the housemates nominating this week, housemates' friends and family nominated on their behalf.

Note 9: On Day 60, housemates were tasked with unanimously choosing one person to receive a free pass to the final. However, they failed to reach a consensus, and thus lost the pass. Housemates nominated face-to-face for the second time in a live broadcast on Day 61. On Day 63, following the Prize Fund Lie, Dexter became immune and had to choose one housemate to replace him to face the public vote. He chose Sophie.

Note 10: The public were voting for the housemate they wanted to win the show.

Nominations totalsEdit

Week Total
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Sam 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 5
Dexter 1 10 10 0 4 0 4 2 3 34
Gina 1 8 4 0 4 0 0 1 1 19
Jack & Joe 0 1 0 0 3 0 3 2 3 12
Charlie 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 2 6
Sophie 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 2 1 6
Hazel 0 0 1 2 0 0 3 4 10
Callum 0 0 0 5 7 0 5 17
Dan 0 1 2 1 0 0 4
Jackie 0 0 1 0 2 3
Daley 0 0 0 0 0
Wolfy 0 1 2 8 11
Jemima 0 5 5
Michael N/A
Sallie 1 1


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