Big Brother Day 15: Carole, Shabnam and Tracey will face the first Big Brother eviction

Last updated at 08:48 14 June 2007

Carole, Shabnam and Tracey will face the first Big Brother eviction by the public on Friday.

Amanda, Gerry, Sam and Seany went into the Diary Room to individually nominate the two housemates they most want to give the boot.

Following their surprise arrival on Friday night, Gerry and Seany both received an exclusive nominations privilege, and chose twins Sam and Amanda to nominate with them.

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There was stunned silence on the sofas, as Big Brother revealed the results.

Carole and Tracey smiled, while Shabnam gasped.

"I can't believe it's you!" an astonished Shabnam blurted. "I can believe it's me, but Carole...!"

"Don't say anything," Nicky moaned. "You'll make it worse."

Charley had an upbeat philosophy, suggesting: "Let's enjoy all of our time together".

The three are up for the boot following Emily's removal after her "n" word controversy, and Lesley's walkout.

Amanda nominated Carole because she thought she was "struggling" in the house. She said: "She's always leaving discussions... We're supposed to be a team".

She went on to nominate Nicky, because: "It quite upsets her if certain things aren't done... she indicated to the new lads that me and Sam don't clean up... I found it quite rude."

Gerry nominated "posing" Shabnam because: "I've tried to have a decent conversation (with her but) all she talks about is being a TV presenter, star... superficial bullsh*t."

Gerry then nominated Tracey because of her "strict" phrases of vocabulary.

Sam nominated Shabnam saying: "She hasn't been taking on her jobs...She comes into the bedroom breathing heavily or singing: 'A wim-a-way, a wim-a-way'."

Sam then nominated Carole, adding that when she wasn't getting her way she walked out of meetings.

Finally, Seany nominated Tracey because: "She doesn't take part in all the fun".

He then went on to nominate Gerry because: "He interrupts me when I speak".

Voting lines will close during the live Channel 4 show on Friday.

Chatting to Tracey in the garden, Gerry revealed that he's not in the house to become a star.

"I hate the word 'celebrity'," the new housemate said. "What does it mean? Somebody who's recognised? No, it should be somebody who's got a talent of some sort."

"Talent, yeah," Tracey agreed. "We're not talented. We're just Joe Bloggs people. Just the public."

With confidence, Gerry predicted that people would say: "I've seen him on television, maybe I could get with him," adding his love life would probably expire in five years, but he was giving it a fresh lease of life.

But the 31-year-old was less candid about his age.

When Tracey asked: "How old are you?" the gallery researcher replied nonchalantly: "29".

Housemates suffered a loss of bathroom privileges again, after Gerry blabbed about nominations.

The bad news was compounded by the fact they must live on basic rations for a week after failing their most unpleasant task yet - lying in a giant sardine tin filled with stinking fish offal.

"I respect Big Brother," Gerry said after housemates were less than pleased with him, "but Big Brother isn't God for me".

Yesterday Victoria Beckham lookalike Chanelle told housemates the shocking story of her mother's murder.

The 19-year-old was adopted by social workers after her prostitute mother was killed.

"My mum was into drugs. She was like on a massive downward spiral. She got in with the wrong crowd, took drugs all the time," Chanelle told the others.

"I was born in a prison because she got locked up for doing drugs, and then she got killed.

"I just think people don't realise, until you tell them examples, how bad things can really be."

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