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Big Brother UK - S16E25

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Emma Willis introduces highlights from yesterday in the house before tonights eviction takes place. Helen feels as though she's been burdened by been exempt from nominations. Chris admits to half the group he doesn't believe in sexual labels. Marlon tells Big Brother he'd be happy if Toya was evicted this week. Danielle and Ashleigh believe Kimberly and Helen working out together is part of them searching for attention. Helen admits that she hasn't behaved properly towards Jale, when she admits it to her. Steven takes part in his part of the shopping task, were he's set a secret mission, which see's him having to use five made up words to describe housemates whilst talking to them. He successfully completes the task and is rewarded with some alphabet potatoes. Matthew and Ashleigh bitch about Helen. Mark and Helen discuss the argument Helen had with Matthew. Mark reassures Helen she isn't a backstabber. Mark admits he's worried that Ashleigh may be about to crack and will end up in another argument. Emma speaks to the house and reveals that Jale, Christopher and Chris are safe from eviction tonight. More highlights are shown of life from within the house. Toya, Ashleigh and Danielle aren't impressed with Jale and the people she's started talking to. Matthew tells Winston he won't ever speak to Helen. Ash is worried about how the public will react to him if he is evicted and tells BIg Brother he's worried he will be booed. Mark gives Jale a makeover, complete with his trademark eyebrows. Mark is unimpressed when Matthew doesn't like his work. Toya, Ashleigh and Danielle bitch about Jale's new look. Steven admits to Kimberly how unique he finds her. Jale and Mark tell Matthew they believe if Toya is evicted, Helen will probably make up with him because the dynamics in the house will change. Helen is worried that the reason Tamara was evicted was due to her friendship with her and tells Ash she thinks if he leaves it would be down to her as well. Toya reveals what she feels about leaving to Ashleigh. Chris tells Big Brother he thinks Marlon will be evicted and he thinks the biggest ripple in the group would be caused if Ash was evicted. Emma speaks to the house for a second time and reveals that Toya is the third housemate to be evicted from the house. Toya says her goodbyes and chats to Emma about her time living in the house. Big Brother talks to the house and reveals that this week it is girl power in the house. The girls are now safe from next week's public vote and the boys will to try and impress the to avoid facing nomination.

Episode Title: BB15 - Day 22 Highlights - Eviction #3 Live
Airs: 2014-06-27 at urday
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