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Jonsson and Pinder face BB vote

Ulrika Jonsson and Lucy Pinder
Ulrika Jonsson will be up against Lucy Pinder in the public vote on Friday

Ulrika Jonsson and Lucy Pinder are to face the public vote to decide who will be the first person evicted from the Celebrity Big Brother house on Friday.

Head-of-house Terry Christian had nominated TV presenter Jonsson, glamour model Pinder and former boy band singer Ben Adams for eviction.

But fellow housemates voted to save Adams, to leave the public a straight choice between Jonsson and Pinder.

Five housemates went for Adams, and one each for Jonsson and Pinder.

Former a1 band member Adams got the backing of rapper Coolio, pop star La Toya Jackson, singer Michelle Heaton, politician Tommy Sheridan and actor Verne Troyer.

Actress Tina Malone voted for Jonsson, and ex-Sugababe Mutya Buena chose Pinder.

Broadcaster Christian, who did not vote, nominated Jonsson for having the biggest ego, Pinder for being the least talented and Adams for having the least integrity of the housemates.

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