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‘Big Brother Australia’ Recap: Intruders Cause A Stir

(Fwrd Axis) – Big Brother Australia continued on Monday night with new arrivals changing up the game and the nomination challenge leading to one big mistake.

The episode kicked off following the fake eviction which saw Sam stay in the house. Tim is worried Sam and Drew might be out for revenge and they are correct to think that. Dam/Srew whatever we’re calling them, are wanting to make a ‘big move’.

Meanwhile, Big Brother set the housemates on a task that saw them attempt to be calm in highly stressful situations but they ended up failing and not getting their dinner. 

Two new intruders, Jules and Brenton, entered the game, and right away the groups got to work to get them to their side. The OGs quickly targeted Jules while the newbies wanted to get both onside. 

With a new Head of House ready to take over, Big Brother appointed either Jules or Brenton as HoH. The housemates voted and Jules became the new HoH, much to the enjoyment of Tim.

For the nominations challenge, the housemates had to hold themselves up in the air, balancing their own body weight. However, as HoH, Jules had the power to select one housemate not to play and she chose Drew. 

In the end, it would come down to Dave vs. Tim and Tim gave the win to Dave. For the nominations, Dave put up Trevor, Gabby, and Alesha. Trevor quickly said that he would not campaign because that’s not how he played. That left Gabby and Alesha to fight it out for the votes, leaving Dave worried that Trevor could be at risk of going home. 

Host Sonia Kruger returned to get the eviction proceedings started. Alesha and Trevor began to cry to express why they want to stay, hoping to sway their housemates. After all the housemates voted, Sonia revealed Trevor was evicted on a 9-5 vote.

Big Brother Australia continues Tuesday at 7.30pm 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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