Angry Big Brother fans criticize the show with the same complaint while the second person is evicted

BIG Brother fans have praised the latest live eviction show after excitedly tuning in to see the second housemate get evicted.

Viewers tuned in to Friday night’s episode, which was extended by 15 minutes due to the “drama” in the house, and saw Zak get evicted.

Big Brother fans describe latest eviction show as'boring'


Big Brother fans describe latest eviction show as ‘boring’Photo credit: ITV
The show was extended by 15 minutes, but viewers weren't sure why


The show was extended by 15 minutes, but viewers weren’t sure whyPhoto credit: itv

However, they were disappointed and many branded the episode as “dry” and “boring”.

During the 75-minute show, the housemates were shown taking part in a task that required them to induce vomiting, modeled after a fast food takeaway.

Hallie was also reprimanded by Big Brother for “breaking the rules” after speaking to other contestants about nominations.

However, even the sight of her carrying a giant “Rule Breaker” board wasn’t enough to entertain fans.

One groaned on X, formerly known as Twitter: “After yesterday’s drama, today’s episode is very dry. Let’s just get the eviction over with.”

Another said: “Can they get on with the bloody eviction already?”

A third added: “Sorry but this is boring.”

And someone else even wrote: “Pretty shitty episode 2bh.”

At the end of the extended episode, model Zak was kicked out.

As he left the BB house, he was greeted with a mix of cheers and boos from the audience.

Zak received the most nominations this week, joining Henry in the public vote.

  • Big Brother airs Sunday to Friday at 9pm on ITV2
The latest episode was the series' second live eviction show


The latest episode was the series’ second live eviction show
Zak was evicted from the house


Zak was evicted from the house

Gary B. Graves

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