Celebrity Big Brother 2014: Evander Holyfield has been evicted from the Celebrity Big Brother house
It has tonight been revealed that Evander Holyfield has become the first housemate to be evicted from the Celebrity Big Brother 2014 house.
What a crazy old week as on Wednesday evening, the housemates were under the impression that Casey Batchlor and Lee Ryan had become the first two housemate to be evicted from the Celebrity Big Brother house. But, this evening, they came back with a BANG!
On Wednesday, Lee and Casey were ‘fake evicted’ from the Celebrity Big Brother house. Upon leaving the house, Emma made them turn around and go straight back in, but to the bolt hole to live in secret for 48 hours. The pair have watched the housemates’ every move and listened to every word and tonight, they had a very big decision to make.
Over the last couple of days, the public have been voting to save their favourites, and this evening it was revealed that Liz Jones, Jim Davidson and Jasmine Waltz were the first three housemates to be saved, leaving Luisa Zissman and Evander Holyfield to await their fate. Lee and Casey didn’t know what was about to hit them as it was revealed that they had to choose who would leave the Celebrity Big Brother house this evening.
That means that Evander Holyfield has now become the first celebrity to be evicted from the Celebrity Big Brother 2014 house!
Upon making their decision, Casey said: “I don’t feel like we’ve got to know Evander that well”.
Lee added: “I’m not going to evict Luisa, she’s one of my friends. I knew her before I came in the house”.
Both Lee and Casey then returned to the Celebrity Big Brother house in which they were greeting with an overwhelming response. The majority of the housemates ran up to the stairs to greet both housemates, but Evander and Dappy held back a little bit. Evander left the house without saying much of a goodbye to his fellow housemates.
Evander left the house to roaring cheers from the awaiting crowd, but it almost tripped up on his bottom lip – he wasn’t please at the decision.