Big Brother 2023 spoilers follow.
Big Brother has aired some tense scenes, as Trish got upset over Chanelle's comments and the house divide was reflected in the latest round of nominations.
On Wednesday's (November 8) episode, the housemates woke up to a fun task in which they had to dress up in brightly colourful clothes. But moods were dampened when Olivia and Chanelle were told that their conversation the previous day broke the rules, and they would suffer for it.
Chanelle's immunity was revoked, while Olivia was blocked from nominating. Then, she was told to write "I must not break the rules" a whopping 600 times or face being shocked.
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But it was Big Brother reading out the conversation — in which Olivia said she would "forgive, not forget" regarding Paul — that caused the most drama. Trish left to decompress in the bedroom on her own before Noky and then Yinrun came to comfort her.
She shared her frustration, saying she felt like Chanelle is going after her after she called Paul a "bully" last week. Trish also expressed her feeling that multiple housemates weren't defending her when she had been branded "aggressive".
When nominating in the Diary Room, Trish picked Chanelle and explained that she had buried the hatchet with Paul after their fallout (and he made similar comments on Late & Live) but Chanelle was bringing it up when talking about nominations. Trish also voted for Tom for trying to label her as "aggressive".
Tom and Chanelle both nominated Trish, while Matty nominated Olivia for trying to "create a narrative" around Trish.
Later on, Trish said she believed Olivia was a good person and was sincere in the rule-breaking conversation but planned to stay away from Chanelle from now on.
Big Brother airs Sundays to Fridays at 9pm on ITV2 and ITVX. Each episode is followed by Big Brother Late & Live at 10pm on ITV2 and ITVX.
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