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Celebrity Big Brother UK: Sally Bercow is Out! Secret Eviction Announced

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Brian Dowling hosted the first eviction of a housemate from the Celebrity Big Brother UK house. The first housemate to be voted out this season was Sally Bercow.

Sally was up against Bobby Sabel and Kerry Katona as the British public voted for the housemate they wanted to keep. It never really looked like Kerry was in danger and Sally predicted her own demise but I think he saved himself by becoming a bit of a Mr. Nasty the past couple of days.

But first, we had a look back at the last twenty-four hours in the Celebrity Big Brother UK house.

Kerry Katona failed her diva task. She had to nominate two other housemates and she nominated Bobby Sabel who has turned into bad boy of the house and Sally Bercow.

Only Sally Bercow said it would be fine if she was voted out, although it would be a bit embarrassing to be kicked out first. She didn’t think she had much in common with the other housemates. Kerry said she would be gutted to be evicted first and Bobby said he would be devastated. He said it was probably the most memorable experience of is life.

While the Celebrity Big Brother housemates were in the mood to bear their souls, Darryn Lyons said Princess Diana was only person who ever made him feel star struck. He said her accent was sexy too.

Jedward had another crazy day, standing on stationary treadmills making music with the beeps before some kickboxing practice and general throwing themselves and a giant exercise ball around.

Next we saw the last parts of the Wizard of Oz task, testing the courage of Pamela BachHasselhoff, the Cowardly Lion. She was watched by the housemates as she was given a spike that she had to put in a stand. The magician with her mixed up polystyrene cups, under which could be the spike or a ball. She had to rest her hands on a cup and the man pushed them down. He did that with all but last cup that she chose and luckily for her none of the cups had the spike under them. So she passed her task for being brave enough to keep her hands in place. We didn’t see if the spike remained under the last cup, though!

Did anyone else recognize the man as a magician from Britain’s Got Talent. He appeared with his wife or girlfriend and did some amazing quick change stunts.

Everyone except Jedward had an afternoon nap. They cut up carrots, and thus woke up Amy Childs. They sprayed shaving foam everywhere in the sink then put shaving foam on Bobby. It descended into a chase around the house. Bobby seemed confident he would not be evicted as he promised to help Jedward learn to shave tomorrow as the twins said they’d never shaved properly.

The results of the shopping Wizard of Oz task were given. Darryn passed the Tin Man task, Amy passed Scarecrow task and Pamela passed the Lion task as I already told you.

Toto and the Munchkins failed failed their tasks as they didn’t get in position quickly enough when they were called by the witch’s cackle in the early hours of the morning.

The Dorothies failed their task too as Kerry stepped off the yellow brick road to get her cigarettes, right at the beginning. She was just annoyed they hadn’t been told at the time so they had been walking the Yellow Brick Road for nothing for days.

Lucien passed the Wicked Witch task of avoiding water, by drinking the special brew and not washing.

So, Celebrity Big Brother UK housemates passed four out of the six tasks they were given and so therefore passed the task overall.

After they got that news last night Tara Reid and Lucien Laviscount were doing some playful flirty dancing, trying to teach Amy Childs how to do it and failing miserably.

Kerry Katona said, “I laughed so much I may have peed a little bit.”

Tara predicted Bobby would be evicted because of his sweat prank aimed at Darryn. Kerry thought the British public would like that.

Maybe she was right, because then it was eviction time. The first eviction from the Celebrity Big Brother UK house saw Sally Bercow with the lowest number of votes and therefore voted out.

Only Kerry was cheered by the waiting crowds as their nominations were announced but Sally left to fairly enthusiastic cheers and not too many boos. Apparently there was just one per cent between her and Bobby. She thought teenage girls would vote for Bobby.

Her main revelation from her Celebrity Big Brother exit interview was that she liked Paddy. She feels he is genuine and real. She likes his accent, despite occasionally not understanding him. Of her only apparent enemy in the Celebrity Big Brother house, Pamela Bach-Hasselhoff, Sally said she is lovely person but difficult to live with. “It’s all about her…But she does come from L.A.”

Sally Bercow said, “I am what I am.” Her highlight of Celebrity Big Brother was the bed sheet fashion show.

One noticeable absentee from tonight’s eviction show was Sally’s husband John, the Speaker of the House of Commons. He didn’t come to greet her.

As the dust settled on the eviction of Sally Bercow, two SPOILERS were announced for next week. Chef Marco Pierre White is going in to the house tomorrow to do a task with the housemates.

But the biggest news of all is Wednesday’s secret eviction! One more Celebrity Big Brother housemate will leave the house for good on Wednesday, and as yet at least, they have no idea!

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