Savannah O’Reilly evicted from Big Brother

ICONINSIDER — Savannah O’Reilly has been evicted from the ‘Big Brother’ house.
The blonde beauty – who only entered the famous abode last week – looked shocked when host Emma Willis announced she had scooped the lowest number of public votes, after all 11 housemates were put up for eviction as punishment for a huge row over the weekend.
Throughout the week, ‘Big Brother’ has revealed voting statistics and fellow newcomer Isabelle Warburton had been consistently emerging as most wanted to leave, but the 26-year-old singer eventually scooped the most votes in the final hour leading up to the eviction.
In her exit interview, Savannah admitted she hadn’t connected with Isabelle, Chanelle McCleary and their clique.
She moaned: “There was such a divide.”
She described herself as “relieved” to leave the house because the atmosphere is so “intense” and she felt she was too “normal” to survive for long.
She said: “I am relieved. I was happy to go, it was very intense, much more intense than I thought it would be.”
And after an explosive week which saw stripper Lotan Carter thrown out of the house for his aggressive behaviour, Savannah doesn’t believe the rows are over yet.
She said: “I don’t think it’s going to be long before there’s another eruption, the way they pick each other apart.”
The remaining housemates won’t have too long to miss Savannah as tonight’s (29.06.17) show also saw the arrival of four new housemates, Simone Reed, Andrew Cruickshanks, ‘Hurricane’ Sue Evans and Sam Chaloner, who were previously introduced on launch night but lost the chance to be the People’s Housemate.
The quartet will have a special role in the house and will have special powers for the next few days. They all have the right to nominate, but are immune to being nominated.
The existing housemates will have to fight to earn the right to make their own selections this week.

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