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Television of Wednesday, 29 October 2014

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Kacey Moore on the brink of heading home?


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The tide in the Big Brother Hotshots house seems to be turning, if Monday night’s nominations are anything to go by. With six of the seven housemates evicted so far being women, there’s just one lady in danger this week – Botswana’s Sheillah.

The other six nominees are all men: Arthur; Frankie (both Rwanda); Kacey Moore (Ghana); Luis (Namibia); Mr. 265 (Malawi) and Macky2 (Zambia).

With the departures of Alusa and Laveda still sinking in, Big Brother started summoning the housemates to the Diary Room immediately after the live eviction show on Sunday, to make their nominations.

Although Sheillah picked up 10 nominations, with her housemates citing both her attitude and her manipulative nature as reasons our housemate Kacey Moore picked up 3 nominations. Monday’s Head of House task was as keenly-contested as ever.

First up, the housemates had to find red balls hidden in the garden, with the semi-finalists going on to race each other on cooler racing cars on the grass for the coveted title. JJ, Samantha and Sipe came up trumps in the ball search, before JJ prevailed on the ‘track’ to claim bragging rights this week.

After Big Brother revealed the nomination results to the housemates on Monday evening, JJ was immediately summoned to the Diary Room to give his ‘add’ decision. He seemed to have made his mind up before his session, and named Frankie without hesitation.

Voting opened immediately after that decision, and runs until next Sunday morning. Let’s vote and keep Kacey in the house.

The more you vote for your favourite nominated housemate, the better their chance of staying in the house and being named as the winner. There are four ways to vote for your favourite housemate each week: 1. Via SMS 2. Via WeChat 3. Via bigbrotherafrica.com 4. Via the mobisite on your mobile phone

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