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Tuesday, 10 July, 2001, 11:43 GMT 12:43 UK
Josh and Helen up for eviction
Helen and Josh
Helen and Josh will face the public vote
Big Brother contestants Helen and Josh are the shock contenders for eviction from the Big Brother house on Friday.

Designer Paul has escaped nomination, after the public chose to keep him in for four weeks in a row.

Big Brother contestant Paul
Paul has survived four nominations
The bookies' favourite to go this time is 32-year-old property manager Josh with Paddy Power putting him at 1-5 to get the boot with Helen at 3-1.

Helen was up for nomination in the first week against teacher Penny.

Paul's reaction to the news was to ask where his name was and Brian also expected to hear himself called.

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Former lap dancer Amma became the fifth contestant to be evicted from the Big Brother house on Friday.

It was the first time she had been nominated by her housemates. But 64% of the audience who voted by phone during the week wanted her out.
Big Brother contestant  Brian
Brian expected to be nominated

She said: "I wasn't myself and didn't portray the person I really am. There were so many strong people in there and I just withdrew or gave the wrong impression."

Asked who she thought would be the ultimate winner, Amma said she thought it would be Brian or Dean. But, she added that she really wanted Helen to triumph.

Gay air steward Brian is favourite to win when the show finishes at the end of July.



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