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As Australia prepares to go to the polls Big Brother made a big mistake in Friday night’s show which could inadvertently affect the outcome of this weeks eviction.
Here are some anecdotal facts for you – how much did the average Big Brother viewer spend on voting this season?
There’s been reports from various Big Brother viewers that while attempting to vote via phone for Layla to win, they get a message saying the vote has gone towards Estelle.
Our sources have revealed that in addition to the regular 1900 phone and text lines, this year the public can vote to save housemates via Facebook. We’ve already seen Facebook voting was in the making, but here’s some extra info: You can only vote to …
It’s nice when you get to this end of a Big Brother series and some housemates finally click on that the show show is really, on the inside, a game. Strategic voting is the easiest way to get in and out of the diary room …
Ryan Ginns has won Big Brother 2014, surviving longest in the house and beating the other 2014 finalists Travis Lunardi (runner-up) and Skye Wheatley (third place). With that, Ryan walks away with the $200,000, tax free.
VOTING SCANDAL: Clued-in Channel 9 viewers have sent in reports to Behind Big Brother that a Vote to Win promo during Weekend Today and again during an Australia vs South Africa cricket telecast contained incorrect voting details for Travis.
Lawson’s cheating ways haven’t affected his odds of being a finalist of Big Brother 2014. Betting agencies still have him as a strong contender to land somewhere in the final 3 – 5 housemates. Cat on the other hand has bombed out completely.
A Surprise Eviction on Monday, September 29 and an Intruder Special on Wednesday, October 1 are among the latest changes made in an attempt to turn around a poor performing Big Brother series.
Want an insight into the making of Big Brother? Executive producer Alex Mavroidakis has taken questions from our forum users and gives some hints at what to expect this season.
It is official! Big Brother returns next year for a third season on Channel 9. We think this is a good opportunity to highlight what Channel 9 are doing right and where they need to improve between now and the launch of Big Brother 2014.
Tim Dormer has won Big Brother and banks $250,000. Tahan Lew-Fatt was the first to go, winning 3rd place and a prize of $5,000 cash, while Jade Pietrantonio came 2nd, losing only to Tim. Jade won $10,000 cash and the Presidential Suite TV.
Big Brother finishes with a 2 hour finale on November 6, but what’s in store from now until then?
Mere minutes after the shock eviction of Ben the regular claims of unconfirmed votes began to appear.
Former intruder Justynn is clearing the conspiracy theories surrounding his departure last weekend.