Big Brother 2023 spoilers follow.
Big Brother has revealed the stunning results of the latest eviction on Friday (November 10).
AJ Odudu and Will Best went live from the Big Brother house to reveal that Chanelle Bowen and Trish Balusa had been evicted, after facing the public vote alongside Olivia Young, Jenkin Edwards and Noky Simbani.
Prior to the results being revealed, the house took notice of audible "Get Chanelle Out" chants from the live crowd, as well as some chanting "Trish will win".
Once out of the house, Chanelle told AJ and Will: "I'm excited to be out!"
In spite of the live crowd supporting Trish, she was next to leave but was greeted with cheers and chants of "We love Trish".
Chanelle had quite a turnaround as she was initially granted immunity during a Hunger Games-themed task, only for it to be stripped away when she broke the rules by discussing nominations with Olivia.
Heading into Friday night's live episode, Chanelle had the most nominations with four total, followed by three each for Olivia, Trish and Noky. Jenkin was automatically on the block this week due to losing the Hunger Games task.
When Big Brother revealed to the house that Chanelle and Olivia had seemingly been discussing taking revenge on Trish with their nominations, she spoke about how she'd felt targeted.
In response to these troubling scenes, broadcasting regulator Ofcom has received over 1,000 complaints about the way Trish and fellow housemate Noky have been treated.
Trish's best friend has also shared how she reached out to Big Brother's welfare team to check on how the housemate is being cared for off-camera.
Big Brother airs Sundays to Fridays at 9pm on ITV2 and ITVX. Each episode is followed by Big Brother Late & Live at 10pm on ITV2 and ITVX.
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