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Four face eviction in Big Brother
Shanessa and  Kara-Louise
Shanessa (l) and Kara-Louise (r) are back in the 'halfway' house
Four "halfway" housemates are facing eviction on Friday from Channel 4's reality TV show, Big Brother.

David, Shanessa, Tracey and Kara-Louise were chosen to move into the separate compound by the existing inhabitants, who knew they would face eviction.

Ziggy and Liam, who have both spent time in the halfway house, have since moved back to the main living area.

Amy and Jonty have also joined the main group, and are now eligible to win the 100,000 prize for winning the series.

Seventh evictee

Earlier on in the week Ziggy volunteered to go and live in the halfway house after his on-off girlfriend Chanelle quit the show on Monday.

"I wouldn't mind a bit of time, I'll do it," said the 26-year-old former pop singer and model. "Seriously, it can't get madder than this," he added.

Liam was the next housemate to join him in the smaller living space after halfway housemate Shanessa nominated him to swap places with her.

Five new housemates - David, Jonty, Amy, Shanessa and Kara-Louise - entered the secondary compound on Friday.

The contestant who is voted off the programme this week will be the seventh person to be evicted.

Three people have walked out from the show and Emily Parr was ejected for unacceptable behaviour.

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