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List of Big Brother (British series 18) housemates

The following is a list of housemates in the eighteenth series of Big Brother UK.

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AndrewEdit

Andrew Cruickshanks, is a hairdresser from Glasgow. He was one of the four potential people to enter on Day 1 as the "People's Housemate" but was beaten by Tom.[1] He entered the house on Day 25[1] as one of four "Second Chance" housemates. This meant he was not eligible to win the series, however, the "Second Chance" housemate who placed the highest would take £15,000 from the overall prize fund.[2] On Day 44, Andrew's team won "The Steal", therefore each member were given the opportunity to individual steal the overall stolen money. As Andrew pressed his buzzer first, he earned himself £18,900. However this came at a cost as he was then forced to evict a housemate. He chose to evict Sam, the only other remaining "Second Chance" housemate. This earned him the £15,000 "Second Chance" prize, bringing his total winnings to £33,900.[3] He left the house during the final on Day 54.

ArthurEdit

Arthur Fulford, aged 24, is from Devon. Before Big Brother, Arthur appeared on The F***ing Fulfords and Life Is Toff alongside his family.[4] He entered the house on Day 1,[5] and was immediately chosen to be exiled by "People's Housemate" Tom. This meant he would face the first eviction.[6] He survived this eviction on Day 5.[7] However, on Day 7, he left the house for unexplained reasons.[8][9]

ChanelleEdit

Chanelle McCleary, aged 24, is a model and care assistant from Manchester. Before Big Brother, Chanelle appeared on the sixth series of Ex on the Beach.[10] She entered the house on Day 1,[11] and was immediately chosen to be exiled by "People's Housemate" Tom. This meant she would face the first eviction.[12] She survived this eviction on Day 5.[13] On Day 8, she received a formal warning for her behaviour towards Kieran.[14] Chanelle received another formal and final warning on Day 13 following an argument with Kayleigh her behaviour was deemed as threatening.[15] On Day 15, she was nominated to face the third eviction by her fellow housemates.[16] On Day 18, she survived this eviction.[17] Due to unacceptable behaviour from multiple housemates on Day 20, the housemates were told that they would all face the fourth eviction,[18] however Chanelle survived this on Day 25, receiving just 4.71% of the public vote to evict.[19] On Day 37, Chanelle became the first victim of "The Hunt' after being randomly targeted by her fellow housemates.[20] This meant that she faced the sixth eviction. She survived a backdoor eviction in the early hours of Day 40, and was later saved from eviction by her fellow housemates during the eviction show later that day.[21] On Day 45, Chanelle was nominated to face the next eviction.[22] She was evicted with the most votes during a double eviction on Day 47.[23] Chanelle made a brief return to the house on Day 51 during a task which saw Deborah and Kieran participate in a fake wedding.[24]

CharlotteEdit

Charlotte Keys, aged 24, is an estate agent from Doncaster. She is the daughter of fellow housemate Mandy. She entered the house on Day 1,[25] and was immediately chosen to be exiled by "People's Housemate" Tom, putting her place in the house at risk. She was rewarded with citizenship on Day 3.[26] On Day 8, she was nominated for the second eviction by her fellow housemates.[27] She survived this eviction on Day 12.[28] Due to unacceptable behaviour from multiple housemates on Day 20, the housemates were told that they would all face the fourth eviction.[18] She survived this eviction on Day 25 having only received 2.35% of the vote to evict.[19] On Day 28, Charlotte was nominated to face the fifth eviction.[29] She survived this eviction on Day 33.[30] On Day 48, Charlotte was chosen along with Isabelle to face the eighth eviction by Hannah and Tom, who had been watching their fellow housemates from "The Attic".[31] This ultimately led to her eviction on Day 50, when she left through the backdoor after receiving the most votes to evict.[32]

DeborahEdit

Deborah Agboola, aged 25, is a digital analyst from London but was born in Nigeria.[33] She is the older sister of fellow housemate Hannah. She entered the house on Day 1.[11] Deborah was automatically nominated for the fourth eviction after housemates were told they would all face eviction as punishment for their behaviour.[34] On Day 21, she received a formal warning for using aggressive behaviour the previous night.[35] She survived the fourth eviction on Day 25 after only receiving 1.92% of the public vote to evict.[19] Deborah left the house in third place on Day 54 with 14.02% of the overall final vote to win.

EllieEdit

Ellie Young, aged 23, is a till operator from Castleford. Before Big Brother, Ellie appeared as a cast member in Ibiza Weekender.[10] She entered the house on Day 1. Ellie was automatically nominated for the fourth eviction after housemates were told they would all face eviction as punishment for their behaviour.[36] Ellie survived this eviction on Day 25 after receiving just 3.26% of the public vote to evict.[19] She was later nominated on Day 45 to face the next eviction.[37] On Day 47, Ellie was evicted during a double eviction.[23]

HannahEdit

Hannah Agboola, aged 23, is a make-up store host from London but was born in Nigeria, and is the current reigning Miss Nigeria UK.[33] She is the younger sister of fellow housemate Deborah. She entered the house on Day 1.[25] and was immediately chosen to be exiled by "People's Housemate" Tom, putting her place in the house at risk. She was rewarded with citizenship on Day 3.[26] She was nominated by her fellow housemates on Day 15, and therefore faced the third eviction.[16] She survived this eviction on Day 18,[17] but on Day 20, she was nominated once more, this time to face the fourth eviction.[38] Hannah survived the eviction on Day 25, receiving only 11.9% of the vote to evict.[19] She was later nominated on Day 45 to face the next eviction.[37] Hannah survived this eviction on Day 47, but was then chosen along with Tom by her fellow housemates to be evicted through the backdoor. However unbeknownst to them, this eviction was fake and both Hannah and Tom moved to "The Attic" where they were able to spy on their fellow housemates and ultimately decide who would face the final eviction.[39] On Day 48, they chose Charlotte and Isabelle.[31] They returned to the house on Day 49. On Day 52, Hannah was evicted through the backdoor, just two days before the final after receiving only 0.59% of the overall final vote to win.

ImranEdit

Imran Javeed, aged 39, is an entrepreneur from Leeds.[33] He is the husband of fellow housemate Sukhvinder. He grew up in a strict Muslim family, so his relationship with Sukhvinder, who is a Sikh, was frowned upon, so they married in secret at the age of 17.[40] He entered the house on Day 1.[41] On Day 3, Imran was chosen by "People's Housemate" Tom to be exiled, meaning he would face the first eviction.[42] During the eviction, on Day 5 it was revealed that Imran and Mandy had received the fewest votes. It was then up to Tom to choose who would be evicted. He chose to evict Mandy, subsequently saving Imran.[43] He was then nominated again on Day 8 to face the second eviction, this time by his fellow housemates.[44] He became the second housemate to be evicted on Day 12 having received the fewest votes. His wife Sukhvinder then decided to leave the house with him despite surviving eviction.[45] Imran made a brief return to the house on Day 51 during a task which saw Deborah and Kieran participate in a fake wedding.[24]

IsabelleEdit

Isabelle Warburton, aged 21, is unemployed from Warrington. She entered the house on Day 16 during a dating task, where Chanelle, Lotan and Kieran were able to choose which of three hopefuls would become official housemates. They chose Savannah and Isabelle.[46] On Day 20, she was nominated to face the fourth eviction.[47] She survived this eviction on Day 25 after receiving 26.95% of the votes to evict.[19] On Day 38, Isabelle became the third victim of "The Hunt' after sacrificing herself over Sam. This meant that she faced the sixth eviction.[48] She survived a backdoor eviction in the early hours of Day 40, and then again later on that day during the eviction show with the fewest votes to evict.[21] On Day 48, Isabelle was chosen along with Charlotte to face the final eviction by Hannah and Tom, who had been watching their fellow housemates from "The Attic".[31] She survived this eviction on Day 50.[32] Isabelle left the house on Day 54 as the winner after receiving 52.71% of the overall final vote to win.

Preceded by
Jason Burrill
Big Brother UK winner
Series 18 (2017)
Succeeded by
Cameron Cole

JoeEdit

Joseph "Joe" Quaranta, aged 56, is a nightclub owner from South London. Before Big Brother, he appeared in Tenerife Uncovered and King of Clubs.[49] He entered the house on Day 1.[11] During a task on Day 7, Joe was given the punishment of giving a killer nomination. He chose Raph.[50] On Day 15, he was nominated to face the third eviction, but survived it on Day 18.[51] Joe was automatically nominated for the fourth eviction after housemates were told they would all face eviction as punishment for their behaviour.[34] He survived this eviction on Day 25 after receiving just 3.22% of the public vote to evict.[19] On Day 28, Joe was then nominated to face the fifth eviction by his fellow housemates.[29] On Day 33, he received the most votes to evict and became the fifth housemate to be evicted.[30]

KayleighEdit

Kayleigh Morris, aged 28, is a clothing concession manager from Port Talbot, but now lives in London.[33] Before Big Brother, Kayleigh appeared on the second and fifth series of Ex on the Beach alongside former celebrity housemates Charlotte Crosby, Chloe Goodman and Stephen Bear.[52][53] She entered the house on Day 1.[11] On Day 8, it was revealed that Kayleigh was nominated for the second eviction.[44] She survived this on Day 12.[54] Kayleigh was removed from the house on Day 13 due to threats of physical violence.[55]

KieranEdit

Kieran Lee, aged 25, is a CCTV installation engineer from Lancashire. He is also the colleague of fellow housemate Rebecca. Before Big Brother, Kieran appeared on the fourth series of Ex on the Beach alongside former celebrity housemates Megan McKenna and Scotty T.[10] He entered the house on Day 1.[11] On Day 12, he was granted immunity from the next eviction by VIP house guest Marnie Simpson.[56] Due to unacceptable behaviour from multiple housemates on Day 20, the housemates were told that they would all face the fourth eviction.[18] He survived this eviction on Day 25,[57] and only received 1.57% of the public vote to evict.[19] On Day 45, Kieran was nominated to face the next eviction.[22] He survived this on Day 47, but was evicted on Day 52 through the backdoor after receiving only 1.52% of the overall final vote to win.

LotanEdit

Lotan Carter, aged 28 from Essex, was a member of the dance group The Dreamboys.[33] He is also the nephew of former Celebrity Big Brother housemate Louie Spence.[58] Before Big Brother, Lotan appeared on Pineapple Dance Studios alongside Louie.[59] He entered the house on Day 1,[25] and was immediately chosen to be exiled by "People's Housemate" Tom. This meant he would face the first eviction.[12] He survived this eviction on Day 5.[60] On Day 12, Lotan was granted immunity from the next eviction by VIP house guest Gemma Collins.[56] On Day 20, he was nominated to face the fourth eviction.[38] Lotan was removed from the house on Day 21 following aggressive behaviour.[61]

MandyEdit

Amanda "Mandy" Longworth, aged 51, is an antiques dealer from Doncaster. Mandy is the mother of fellow housemate Charlotte. She entered the house on Day 1.[11] On Day 3, Mandy was chosen by "People's Housemate" Tom to be exiled, meaning she would face the first eviction.[42] During the eviction on Day 5, it was revealed that Mandy and Imran had received the fewest votes. Tom then had to choose who to evict. He chose Mandy meaning she became the first housemate to be evicted.[43] Mandy briefly returned to the house on Day 36, visiting Charlotte during the weekly shopping task.[62]

RaphEdit

Raphael "Raph" Korine, aged 22, is a psychology student at the University of Exeter. He is half American, half Japanese. He entered the house on Day 1,[41] and was immediately chosen to be exiled by "People's Housemate" Tom. This meant he would face the first eviction.[12] He survived this eviction on Day 5.[60] During a task on Day 7, Joe was given the punishment of a killer nomination to give. He decided to nominate Raph, who therefore automatically faced the second eviction.[50] On Day 12, he survived this eviction, and was granted immunity from the next eviction by VIP house guest Nicola McLean.[56] Raph was automatically nominated for the fourth eviction after housemates were told they would all face eviction as punishment for their behaviour.[36] He survived this eviction on Day 25[57] after receiving 0.8% of the public vote to evict, the least out of all eleven housemates facing eviction.[19] Raph left the house on Day 54 as the runner-up after receiving 22.02% of the overall final vote to win.

RebeccaEdit

Rebecca Jane, aged 32, is the owner of a detective agency from Clitheroe. Before Big Brother, Rebecca appeared on Loose Women and has regularly appeared on the debate section on This Morning.[63] She is the colleague of fellow housemate Kieran. She entered the house on Day 1,[25] and was immediately chosen to be exiled by "People's Housemate" Tom. This meant she would face the first eviction.[12] She survived this eviction on Day 5,[13] but was then nominated on Day 8 by her fellow housemates to face the second eviction.[44] She survived eviction for a second time on Day 12.[28] She was then nominated for the third week in a row on Day 15, and on Day 18 she became the third housemate to be evicted after receiving the fewest votes.[51] Rebecca made a brief return to the house on Day 51 during a task which saw Deborah and Kieran participate in a fake wedding.[24]

SamEdit

Sam Chaloner, aged 24 is a construction worker from Derbyshire. Before Big Brother, Sam appeared on Undressed, Meet the Parents, Coach Trip, and Ibiza Weekender.[64] He briefly entered the house on Day 16 as a potential housemate during a task but was not chosen.[65] He re-entered the house on Day 25[66] as one of four "Second Chance" housemates. This meant he was not eligible to win the series, however the "Second Chance" housemate who placed the highest would take £15,000 from the overall prize fund.[67] On Day 44, Sam became the eighth housemate to be evicted after Andrew was forced to choose a housemate to evict following his win during "The Steal". However, Sam did not leave the house until Day 47.[68]

SavannahEdit

Savannah O'Reilly, aged 26, is a singer from The Liberties in Ireland. She entered the house on Day 16 during a dating task, where Chanelle, Lotan and Kieran were able to choose which of three hopefuls would become official housemates. They chose Savannah and Isabelle.[69] Savannah was automatically nominated for the fourth eviction after housemates were told they would all face eviction as punishment for their behaviour.[36] She became the fourth housemate to be evicted on Day 25 having received 36.32% of the public vote to evict.[70]

SimoneEdit

Simone Reed, aged 28, is from Teesside. She was one of the four potential people to enter on Day 1 as the "People's Housemate" but was beaten by Tom.[1] She entered the house on Day 25, as one of four "Second Chance" housemates. This meant she was not eligible to win the series, however the "Second Chance" housemate who placed the highest would take £15,000 from the overall prize fund.[2] On Day 37, Simone became the second victim of "The Hunt" after being targeted by her fellow housemates, meaning that she would face the sixth eviction.[48] She was evicted through the backdoor in the early hours of Day 40 after receiving the most votes to evict.[71]

SueEdit

Susan "Sue" Evans, aged 48, is a television producer from Bedfordshire. Before Big Brother, Sue appeared on other television shows with her daughter Imani including Meet the Parents, Judge Geordie, If Katie Hopkins Ruled the World, and The Kitchen.[72] She was one of the four potential people to enter on Day 1 as the "People's Housemate" but was beaten by Tom.[1] She will enter the house on Day 25, as one of four "Second Chance" housemates. This meant she was not eligible to win the series, however the "Second Chance" housemate who placed the highest would take £15,000 from the overall prize fund.[67] On Day 38, Sue became the fourth and final victim of "The Hunt" after being targeted by Chanelle, Isabelle and Simone meaning that she would face the sixth eviction.[73] Despite surviving the backdoor eviction in the early hours of Day 40,[71] Sue was later evicted during the eviction show that day after failing to be saved by her fellow housemates.[74] Sue made a brief return to the house on Day 51 during a task which saw Deborah and Kieran participate in a fake wedding.[24]

SukhvinderEdit

Sukhvinder Javeed, aged 38, is an entrepreneur from Leeds.[33] She is the wife of fellow housemate Imran. She grew up in a strict Sikh family, so her relationship with Imran, who is a Muslim, was frowned upon, so they married in secret at the age of 17.[40] She entered the house on Day 1,[41] and was immediately chosen to be exiled by "People's Housemate" Tom. This meant she would face the first eviction.[12] She survived this eviction on Day 5,[13] but was then nominated on Day 8 by her fellow housemates to face the second eviction.[44] Although she survived this eviction, she decided to leave the house following her husband Imran's eviction on Day 12.[45] Sukhvinder made a brief return to the house on Day 51 during a task which saw Deborah and Kieran participate in a fake wedding.[24]

TomEdit

Thomas "Tom" Barber, aged 21, is a nightclub worker from Swansea. He entered the house on Day 1 after being voted in by the public and chosen to be the "People's Housemate" meaning they would be able to control his time in the house.[75] His first decision was to choose eight housemates to exile and therefore put their housemate status at risk. To aid his decision he took part in a live Facebook web chat.[76] On Day 3, Tom was given the chance to finalise his choice of exiled housemates. He chose Arthur, Chanelle, Imran, Lotan, Mandy, Raph, Rebecca and Sukhvinder meaning they would all face the first eviction.[77] On Day 5, Tom's final decision came during the eviction show after it was revealed that Imran and Mandy had received the fewest votes. It was then up to Tom to decide who should be evicted.[43] He chose to evict Mandy. After this, his time as "People's Housemate" came to an end.[78] On Day 20, he was nominated to face the fourth eviction.[38] He also received a formal and final warning for his behaviour the previous night. He survived the fourth eviction on Day 25, after receiving just 6.99% of the public vote to evict.[19] Tom was then nominated again on Day 28, this time to face the fifth eviction.[29] He survived this eviction on Day 33.[30] Tom was later nominated on Day 45 to face the next eviction.[22] He survived this double eviction on Day 47, but was then chosen along with Hannah by his fellow housemates to be evicted through the backdoor. However unbeknownst to them, this eviction was fake and both Hannah and Tom moved to "The Attic" where they were able to spy on their fellow housemates and ultimately decide who would face the final eviction.[39] On Day 48, they chose Charlotte and Isabelle.[31] They returned to the house on Day 49. He left the house on Day 54 in fourth place after receiving 9.34% of the overall final vote to win.

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