Heidi Anderson with Sonia Kruger.
Heidi Anderson with Sonia Kruger. Paul Broben

Hurricane Heidi leaves Big Brother housemates in a spin

DREW and Tully's "Drully" flirtation continues in the Big Brother house following Heidi Anderson's elimination.

The Newcastle radio announcer was the sixth person booted out of the Big Brother house in the fifth eviction of the series after receiving just eight percent of the public vote.

The 29-year-old wasn't impressed with her lack of public support.

"I thought I was more popular than that," she told host Sonia Kruger.

"I kind of knew it was going to happen. I had this feeling today."

The boisterous blonde will surely be happy to reunite with her new beau, whom she left at home to go on the show.

"My relationship  is new and I missed him so much," she said.

She hosed down speculation that Drew and Tully's "intense" connection would develop into a full-blown relationship.

"It is very intense," she said.

"They're very good friends. I know Tully loves her girlfriend to death and would do anything for her. It is very full on their affection for each other, but I don't think it's sexual."

Anderson chose to give this week's nominations superpower to Drew.

"He needs it this week I think," she said.

Kruger also informed the housemates that two people will go home in next week's eviction.

But she told the public one of the two evictions will be "fake", where the housemate who gets the largest percentage of the public vote will be taken to a secret location to continue affecting the game.

 

Big Brother Eviction 5 voting results

Heidi - eight percent

Tully - 11 percent

Drew - 16 percent

Tahan - 17 percent

Ben - 24 percent

Tim - 24 percent



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