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‘Big Brother Australia’ Recap: A Fake Eviction Caps Off Hacker Week

The hackers had one final trick up their sleeve to end the week in the ‘Big Brother Australia’ house.

(Fwrd Axis) — Big Brother Australia continued Wednesday night with a failed panic room task leading to a double eviction but not all was as it seemed.

The episode kicks off following the house nominations. Big Brother called the housemates for the next panic room task, which saw Gabbie and Alesha fail to find the key to unlock a box with an escape button, activating a snap eviction as punishment for the house.

The housemates voted in front of each other and as a result, Drew was evicted with nine votes. However, the hackers interfered and put Drew in the mainframe, allowing him to see and hear everything his housemates say. He overhears Estelle saying the OGS cannot trust Tim, which leads him (and later Alesha) to want revenge on Estelle.

For the second chance challenge, the three nominees had to balance on a beam while building a pyramid. It would come down to Jaycee as he easily won and saved himself from eviction.

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The housemates scrambled to save either Alesha or Gabbie from eviction. Johnson and Alesha offered Tim a deal for the final five but the OGs had their eye on him to prevent him from making a deal to send Gabbie home.

Host Sonia Kruger returned to get the eviction proceedings started. After a tense discussion, the housemates voted. Sonia then revealed there was a tie between Gabbie and Alesha, forcing Estelle to be the tiebreaker vote. A tearful Estelle decided to evict Alesha from the game, resulting in several tears being shed.

However, the hackers had one final trick up their sleeve as they pulled Alesha into the mainframe with Drew, making them both still in the game and ready to get some revenge on Estelle and the rest of the OGs who voted them out.

Big Brother Australia continues next Monday at 7.30pm on Channel 7 and 7Plus.

Stephen Anderson
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Stephen Michael is a Political Correspondent based in the United States. He has reached a global audience with his coverage of the 2020 Election and Trump White House. Michael joins Forward Axis News after spending time with the Project Spurs Network since 2014 and covering reality TV in the UK, Australia, and Canada.

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