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Big Brother Eviction - Monday May 24, 6.30pm

Big Brother Eviction

Monday May 24, 6.30pm on Prime TV

Over two weeks ago, we witnessed fourteen strangers enter the new Big Brother house. Since then, we’ve seen the highs and lows of living in isolation with total strangers, and the various daily challenges set by Big Brother.

We’ve seen and felt the heartache as Monday night’s first evictee Aphrodite left the house to discover that she was out of the running for the big prize of one million dollars.

The harsh reality is kicking in as the housemates are into their second round of nominations and Big Brother announced this week’s three who are up for eviction: Igor, Elle and Terri. But now – it’s getting personal.

Prime TV viewers from around New Zealand can register their votes for who they want to be the next Big Brother evictee for 2004 by calling the numbers below.

This coming Monday night on Prime TV at 6.30pm, another of the housemates is going to find out they’ve missed out on the secret $1million dollar prize!

Hosted by the stunning and sensational Gretel Killeen, this coming Monday night’s eviction show is an event not to be missed.

Terri 0900 – 222 – 61
Igor 0900 – 222 – 68
Elle 0900 – 222 – 67

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