Big Brother viewers have been left fuming after Wednesday's episode was without the live eviction they had predicted.
Following Tuesday night's double eviction, 14 November, which saw Tom and Jenkin axed from the house, show host AJ Odudu told viewers that another eviction would hit the house before Friday's final.
Speaking on Late & Live, AJ told viewers: "The excitement doesn't stop there because I can exclusively reveal that tomorrow night, the final reckoning continues and another housemate will leave the Big Brother house."
The vote to win was then opened, before being closed earlier today, with the housemate with the least amount of votes being booted from the house, just days before the final.
However, if the housemate in question was evicted on Wednesday evening, it was no shown live, leaving fans rather disappointed.
Taking to X, formerly Twitter, one wrote: "so where’s the eviction we were promised?? all we got was a boring replay of yesterday #bbuk #bbll"
"We were told we were going to see face-to-face nominations. Then that was cancelled and rescheduled. We were told that there would be an eviction tonight. Now everyone’s confused about what’s actually going on #BBUK" added another.
And another penned: "Not gonna lie, I'm feeling short changed after that episode… Where was the eviction we were promised last night?!?! #BBUK"
It comes after the show's final week, which was dubbed "the final reckoning" by ITV, saw a shock twist in the house in which Tom, Jenkin and Jordan were put in a secret spare room after being nominated by their housemates.
The public then voted on who of the three to evict, with Jordan ultimately being saved, much the excitement of number of viewers, who immediately took to social media to celebrate.
One wrote: "Oh praise god, Jordan is saved! #BBUK" as another added: "WE DID IT!!! JORDAN IS BACK IN THE HOUSE AND TOM AND JENKIN CAN FINALLY F**K OFF #BBUK"
Tom and Jenkin haven't been the only housemates booted recently, with Friday's live show seeing Trish and Chanelle axed from the house, leaving viewers, who had become particularly fond of Trish, rather shocked.
Since being evicted from the house Trish was scheduled to appear on Big Brother: Late & Live on Sunday night, but was axed from the schedule after a number of her old tweets came to light.
In a statement on social media, Trish apologised for the "harmful stereotypes perpetuated" in the now-deleted tweets."
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