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BBA: Elikem Safe, Ghana's Selly Up For Eviction
 
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28-May-2013  
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After an emotional rollercoaster of a day, some Housemates can definitely rest easy, while others can look forward to a horrid week, which could inadvertently be their last, in the Big Brother House.

After only 24 hours in the game, some Housemates are faced with the very real possibly of being sent packing, this early in the game.

You could cut the tension with a knife as the Housemates gathered in the lounges of both Houses, waiting for Big Brother's collosal Nominations announcement. When Biggie finally put the Rubies out of their misery, Selly, couldn't contain herself.

The Ghanaian hottie looked like someone had knocked the air out of her. She sat in stunned silence as her name was called out and then later burst into tears at the realisation that she could be headed home. Luckily, Zimbabwe's Hakeem, was on hand with encouragement and words of comfort. "It's okay sweetie. Just stay focused. Its only a game," he said.

Bassey, on the other hand, did not let his emotions out of the bag and simply looked on as his name was called. Ruby Head of House, Beverly, then went to the Diary Room where she elected to save Bassey from the Eviction gallows. In his place, she put Natasha up.

Diamonds Head of House, Feza, did not budge from her earlier Nomination decision and swiftly saved Elikem from possible Eviction. She put Ethiopia's Betty in his place instead.


The Housemates up for possible Eviction this week are:

Rubies - Selly (Ghana) and Natasha
Diamonds - Denzel, Betty and Hudda
 
 
 
Source: Bigbrotherafrica.com
 
 

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