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Four up for Big Brother eviction

Ulrika Jonsson, Michelle Heaton, Tina Malone and Mutya Buena
The four will face the public vote on Friday

Four celebrities will face the public vote after being nominated for eviction in Celebrity Big Brother.

Presenter Ulrika Jonsson, former Liberty X singer Michelle Heaton, actress Tina Malone and singer Mutya Buena received the most nominations.

Jonsson, who is facing eviction for a second time, received five votes from her fellow housemates while the other women got three each.

Glamour model Lucy Pinder became the show's first evictee last week.

Despite a number of clashes with other contestants, US rapper Coolio managed to escape nomination.

Tuesday's programme showed him reducing Heaton to tears after taunts about the supposed attraction between her and other housemate Ben Adams.

In the diary room, Big Brother expressed concern that this was not the first time Heaton had cried over the issue.

But Coolio said: "I'm not physically or mentally abusing Michelle, I have not been aggressive towards her or intimidating."

The next celebrity will be evicted on Friday.



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