The third Big Brother elimination has taken place (Picture: ITV/Shutterstock)
The reality show reboot has been back on our screens for a few weeks now, with fans of the series quickly getting behind their favourites.
However, for the first time, this week, there were three people up for elimination.
Earlier this week it was announced Dylan, Hallie and Trish were facing the chop and now one of them has been cut.
On tonight’s episode, it was Hallie, 18, who was sent home, which came after the crowd could be heard chanting ‘Get Kerry out’ for a second week running.
Hosts AJ Odudu, 35, and Will Best, 38, made the announcement, with Hallie taking it all on her stride and saying: ‘It’s ok.’
However when it was again announced she needed to leave the house she declared to the voice-over: ‘No s*** Sherlock.’
Hallie has become the third Big Brother housemate to be evicted (Picture: Shutterstock for Big Brother)
As she made her way back out to the real world, she didn’t miss her chance to work the stage and threw on some sunglasses before spinning and showing off her dress.
Despite her sunny outlook, viewers were less than impressed by the result.
‘So disappointed Hallie has been evicted! Why do boring housemates coast through to the final and we lose the entertaining, genuine characters?!,’ one person posted on X, formerly Twitter.
‘Aw she’s being so good about the nominations, I’d be kinda annoyed lol,’ someone else posted.
Another added: ‘Absolutely gutted for Hallie. It’s such a shame.’
Others said she ‘didn’t deserve’ to be eliminated, while another said they were ‘sick to my stomach’ at the result.
Many Big Brother fans were shocked by the result (Picture: X)
Lots of people didn’t see it coming (Picture: X)
Others said she was going to be missed from the house (Picture: X)
During her exit interview with AJ and Will, Hallie said she ‘honestly had no idea’ about why she was evicted.
‘I think we’re all strong characters and we all bring something different to the table. I have no idea, but everything happens for a reason, right?’ she shared.
Hallie insisted there was ‘no bad blood’ towards those who nominated her (Picture: Shutterstock for Big Brother)
After watching her nominations, she said she didn’t hold any ‘bad blood’.
‘I understand where they’re coming from because I understand how it (my behaviour) can look, but at the end of the day it’s a game and it’s what has to be done. I have no bad blood, I love each and every one of them,’ she said.
Speaking about her decision to open up to her housemates about being a trans woman on her second day in the house, Hallie teared up before she said it was important to ‘be loud and proud’ and show trans visibility on screen.
She got into trouble a few times for rule breaking behaviour (Picture: ITV2)
‘There is a stigma around being trans going around and I hate that,’ she said.
‘How is me being transgender affect you in any way?
‘Just like you can live your life and be happy, I just want to live mine.’
The remaining 12 housemates will now continue battling it out for the title and to take home the £100,000 prize money.
Big Brother continues Sunday at 9pm on ITV2 and ITVX.
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