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‘Big Brother Australia’ Recap: House Nominations Cause Tension

Tully had the power to save one housemate from eviction and the votes against them would not count.

(Fwrd Axis) — Big Brother Australia continued on Tuesday night with Tully and Tim getting into a major tiff and house nominations causing drama with one big mix-up.

The episode kicks off with Tully and Tim seemingly agreeing to work together but just moments later, Tim pushes Tully’s buttons over Tully crying in their season nine years ago, upsetting the social media influencer and podcast host.

For the shopping task, the housemates had to stop balls from hitting a target, the more balls they stop, the more money they will make. After eight hours, the housemates only made $90 but Reggie’s success in the task meant another $90 was added to the budget for a total of $180.

With house nominations looming, the OGs looked to get their votes in order. Tim and Trevor want Lara out due to being a physical threat but know the floaters will control the game. 

For the nominations challenge, the housemates would be in pairs holding up sandbags that are equal to a percentage of their body weight. After over an hour, it would come down to Tully and Joel and Tim and Sam. In the end, Joel and Tully won safety, meaning Joel is safe from eviction. Big Brother also informed Tully she will have the power to influence nominations due to being HoH. 

The housemates scrambled to talk to each other prior to house nominations. Tim wants to put votes on Lara and Jaycee but Lulu doesn’t want to vote for her friend Jaycee. This doesn’t sit well with Tim, so he wants to put votes on her to get her full loyalty. 

After all the housemates voted, Big Brother revealed Tully had the power to save one housemate from eviction and the votes against them would not count. After tense thinking, Tully decided to save Trevor, meaning he is safe from eviction.

Once Tully’s decision was made, Big Brother revealed Lara, Lulu, and Jaycee were all up for eviction. However, they have the chance to save themselves in the second chance competition.

Big Brother Australia continues Wednesday at 7.30 on Channel 7 and 7Plus.

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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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