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Big Brother UK - S16E18

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Emma returns to present tonight's live eviction show. Highlights are shown of life from within the house. The Housemates talk about the upcoming eviction and Steven is worried about it. Mark tells Winston that he believes that Pauline will be evicted on Friday. Emma talks to the house and reveals that Christopher and Ash are safe from eviction. More highlights are shown of life from within the house. Jale talks to Christopher and Chris and tells them that she feels some of the housemates have behaved badly. Toya, Helen and Ashleigh talk about Kimberly. Pauline reflects on her relationship with Christopher and how she made a mistake about him. Big Brother informs the housemates that the Power is set to return to the House. Each of them has to vote for one person they would like to have the Power, with all those up for eviction are exempt from nomination. With four nominations, Toya ends up becoming the next Power housemate. Toya talks to Ashleigh and Pauline about Christopher. Helen opens up to Ash about her past. Steven, Kimberly and Pauline discuss Chris. Emma talks to the house for a second time and reveals that Pauline is being evicted tonight. Pauline says her goodbyes and chats to Emma about her time living in the house. Big Brother then reveals that Toya is this week's Power housemate and she has to select somebody to join her to become a Power couple. She selects Matthew and they have to select one housemate to face next week's public vote. They end up choosing Christopher.

Episode Title: BB 15 - Day 15 Highlights - Eviction #2 Live
Airs: 2014-06-20 at urday
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