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Big Brother UK - S16E35

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The housemates feel the pressure as they realise today is nomination day. Mark and Steven discuss the type of people they are going to nominate. Steven and Winston discuss his relationship with Kimberly, as he admits he wasn't expecting anything to happen. Danielle tells Ashleigh about the discussions she has had with Winston about their relationship. Ash admits he would only feel relaxed if he had a break from nominations, Helen reassures him, she doesn't think he'll be put up this week. Steven reveals to Jale that he and his family go to get pampered every Saturday. The housemates make their nominations. Christopher nominates Steven and Winston. Helen nominates Ashleigh and Christopher. Chris nominates Marlon and Steven. Winston nominates Chris and Ashleigh. Ashleigh nominates Ash and Kimberly. Steven nominates Ashleigh and Chris. Marlon nominates Ashleigh and Christopher. Danielle nominates Christopher and Marlon. Kimberly nominates Ashleigh and Danielle. Ash nominates Ashleigh and Danielle. Jale nominates Chris and Ash. Mark nominates Kimberly and Marlon. Danielle comments that Helen's pass to the final isn't fair, whilst Christopher and Helen have it out over who he invited to the Christmas meal. Danielle wants to know if Steven and Kim have had thoughts about their living arrangements after the house. They said they are hoping to move in together. Danielle admits she's upset that she wasn't invited to the Christmas dinner by Christopher. Big Brother announces Jale, Christopher, Chris, Ashleigh and Marlon are up for eviction this week. Helen is shocked that Chris is up. Mark, Ashleigh and Danielle are also surprised about Chris been up. Ash tells Marlon he thinks Ashleigh will end up been evicted. Jale and Steven discuss who they think are playing games. Christopher talks to Big Brother and admits he's worried about been up for eviction for the fourth week in a row. Steven and Kimberly's bedroom antics raise eyebrows.

Episode Title: BB15 - Day 32 Highlights
Airs: 2014-07-7 at urday
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