Sarah Wentworth-Perry
Sarah Wentworth-Perry

Void in BB house after eviction

A MOTHERLY role has been left vacant in the Big Brother house following the eviction of Wagga Wagga car saleswoman Sarah Wentworth-Perry.

The 30-year-old was evicted from the reality series on Sunday night after receiving just 18 percent of the public vote.

"I wasn't prepared that I would be one of the older people in the house," she said.

"The girls were so young - 24, 23, 21 - so there was a generational gap.

"I talked about TV shows they never heard of, but it was a reassuring thing for me to know I was a reassuring person (in the house) I suppose."

Wentworth-Perry's departure leaves 32-year-old Benjamin as the only over-30 housemate left on the show.

The pair grew close during their time in the house, with Wentworth-Perry granting her "bestie" this week's nomination super power, the details of which will be revealed on tonight's show.

"Ben's just so deserving," she said.

"He makes people feel comfortable in their own skin. He's an all round great guy. I believe he'll win. I hope he does."

Tonight's episode will also see an intruder - a "beautiful bombshell" - enter the house.

Big Brother airs week nights at 7pm and Sundays at 6.30pm on Channel Nine/WIN.



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