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Sam Faiers could be the surprise next evictee on CBB

| 21.01.2014

Towie favourite Sam Faiers could be the surprise next evictee from the Celebrity Big Brother house after being put up for nomination by her fellow housemates.

Boring  Daily Mail columnist Liz Jones and divisive comic Jim Davidson were also both put up for the chop as expected but the reality TV girl was shocked and upset to learn of her own nomination.

Davidson has survived every eviction night thus far with flying colours and at 7/4 is now the favourite to go on and win the show, with fans warming to the way he bickers with Linda Nolan and Luisa Zissman.

Jones, however, is on at 33/1 to win the Channel 5 reality series but as unlikely as a win for the journalist seems, she could be granted a stay of execution to the detriment of Faiers.

The Towie cast member will not have endeared herself to fans of the show after claims of “tactical voting” were mooted upon her nomination.

The 23-year-old failed to comprehend why any of the housemates would have voted for her, overlooking the fact that both Davidson and Jones – who opted to out the youngster – described her as boring – thus clearly stating their reasons.

Former Big Break and Generation Game host Davidson surprised many by not nominating his arch nemesis Nolan – who is now the rank outsider at 66/1 – and claimed he wouldn’t notice if Faiers disappeared for two days as she does nothing to contribute to life in the house.

Whether the comedian noticed or not, the Essex girl did leave the house late last night to be rushed to a nearby doctor after suffering an allergic reaction.

However, with the other housemates offering more entertainment through arguing, flirting and remixing old songs by The Nolans it seems any sympathy for Faiers will be withheld by voters.

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James Curtis

After studying for a degree in journalism and gaining his NCTJ, James contributed to a wide range of papers, online publications and broadcasters including the South London Press, Press Association and Sky Sports News before joining the Ladbrokes News team.