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RECAP | Sophie votes out Casey in BIG BROTHER tied eviction

With the game heating up, Daniel made a secret deal with Chad and Sophie to take the lovebirds and Mat to the Top 4.

Big Brother’s Basement became a torture chamber in a challenge that tipped the balance in Sophie’s favour. Sophie nominated Kieran but her real target was Casey. Casey hoped to lure Sarah to her side with the littlest housemate all of a sudden becoming the biggest player. But Casey’s schmoozing didn’t work and she was evicted.

HOUSE TASK
9 to 5 – Big Brother put his “freeloading” housemates to work in 2 x 1hr shifts at his workshop. Working in pairs with one solo across four small rooms, housemates had to complete jobs to Big Brother’s satisfaction to win $200 towards their shopping budget. What they didn’t know what one pair (Mat and Kieran) were given a secret mission – to go undetected as they enjoyed a day of pure indulgence. If they were successful, the shopping budget would double to $400. If they failed, the house would be stuck on rations.

REWARD
$400 towards household shopping budget.

NOMINATION CHALLENGE
Door Swing – Housemates braced themselves within a fixed frame. Over time the frame tilted further forward making it increasingly difficult to maintain their position within the frame. The last housemate able to keep within their frame won the power to nominate two housemates for eviction.

CHALLENGE WINNER
Sophie

NOMINATED FOR EVICTION / NUMBER OF VOTES

NOMINEESVOTES
CASEY2
KIERAN2
TIE BREAKER: CHALLENGE WINNER SOPHIE VOTED CASEY OUT

EVICTED HOUSEMATE
Casey Mazzucchelli, Perth:

“I’m absolutely elated at how far I’ve come. I cannot believe it. I didn’t even think I’d make it past week one. The Big Brother game is so emotionally overwhelming and draining. I don’t know if Sarah voting for me is a huge mistake… she’s a pretty smart girl so there’s obviously a reason behind it. I can see Matty being the winner. He’s got that true blue Aussie heart. I’m so proud of how far I’ve come. I think I’ve really put in the hard yards so leaving the house now is not that sad.”

Head to 7plus now for the extended vote scenes (who voted for who and why), plus Casey’s exit interview.

While you’re there, don’t miss BIG BROTHER’S EYE SPY – hosted by Sonia Kruger and exclusive to 7plus – featuring answers to all your burning questions, plus interviews with this week’s evicted Housemates, vote reactions and bonus scenes.

Catch Casey LIVE on Sunrise tomorrow!

THE FINAL 2 WEEKS START MONDAY 7.30PM… WHAT IS THE WHITE ROOM?

As housemates step up Kieran’s house training, paranoia grows and game play takes an unexpected turn. Everything hangs in the balance, but Big Brother has saved his most epic twist for last… welcome to the White Room!

@bigbrotherau #BBAU

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