Tonight will see the first eviction take place from the Celebrity Big Brother house - the public seem to have made their mind up. The two CBB housemates up for eviction are India Willoughby and Jonny Mitchell.
Jonny Mitchell rose to fame as a result of his appearance on Love Island whereas India Willoughby is famous for being a journalist and was the UK's first transgender newsreader, as well as being the first transgender woman to present an all-female talk show on BBC Radio 4's Women's Hour.
The public will decide who will face the axe tonight and one housemate will have to pack up and ship out.
Jonny has only been in the house for a week as this season saw the house celebrate the Suffragette movement by starting with an exclusively female house.
In fact, India gave her opinion on this before moving in, saying: "I think it's terrific that Big Brother is actually doffing its cap to the Suffragettes and everything they did 100 years ago. Rights for women!
"You're gonna have the tough girls and the softer girls and there's gonna be a hierarchy in play. And then the guys are gonna come in - some of the girls are gonna fancy some of the guys. Some of the guys are gonna fancy some of the girls. And then it's all gonna kick off."
Well, she's not wrong. Already we have seen the first love triangle narrative develop as Ginuwine, and Andrew Brady are creating the sort of scenes you see in a late bar for the affections of Ashley James.
One person who will be hoping Jonny gets the boot (although she claims she hasn't been watching) is his ex-girlfriend, Made In Chelsea star Stephanie Pratt.
A source close to her told The Sun: "Stephanie hasn't watched any of this year's series - she's been busy filming in LA and has wasted enough time on him already.
"Jonny has come across as extremely boring and one dimensional, it's been no surprise that he's up for nomination.
"She's so happy to be free of him and has been really proud of Ashley for remaining loyal to their friendship."
As ever, it won't be up to just Stephanie, though, as the public will have the final say on who is evicted.
A Radio Times poll suggests that 68 percent of people want to see India get her marching orders - and that poll was from all 16 contestants as well.
However, Jonny came in third place, behind politician Ann Widdecombe in second. Drag-Queen Courtney Act is currently the odds on favourite with the bookies at 4/5.
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