In the first six-way eviction on this year's Big Brother, it was former champion weightlifter Angie Murray who was the latest housemate to get the boot last night.
The Gold Coast sales representative, below, received the least votes from the public with 10.6 per cent when pitted against five other housemates.
British beautician Layla Subritzky led the leaderboard with 21.6 per cent of the vote, followed by house psychologist Benjamin Norris on 20.8 per cent, law student Estelle Landy on 20.1 per cent and first-time nominee Zoe Westgarth on 15.5 per cent.
Hunky intruder Sam Wallace only just dodged eviction with 11.4 per cent of the vote.
Following her departure from the house, Murray laughed when host Sonia Kruger showed her a reel of her conflicts with several housemates including Subritzky and Landy.The 21-year-old said though she bickered more with Landy than she should have, she saw her as an older sister.
"I think we’re too alike and too different at the same time," Murray said.
The blonde, who described herself as a "firecracker", later gave the last Nominations Superpower to Subritzky.On today's episode, at 7pm on Nine/WIN, the tables will be turned on the housemates when, rather than casting nomination votes themselves, their family and friends will nominate on their behalf.
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