The Big Brother housemates will dress as chickens to win a Nando’s-inspired meal on Friday night’s episode.
The ITV2 reality show will see the gang visit Big Brother’s Big Barn in a task called Cluckin’ Hell.
Chanelle, Jenkin, Olivia, Yinrun, Tom, Jordan and Henry will all dress as chickens trying to escape the wrath of the foxes, played by Noky and Matty.
Big Brother gathers the housemates around the sofa and says: ‘Today, you will all take a trip to Big Brother’s Big Barn in a task called Cluckin’ Hell. Matty and Noky, you have been chosen to be foxes. The rest of you are Big Brother’s cluckin’ chickens.’
If Matty and Noky catch all of the chickens they will win a meal from a peri peri chicken takeaway, but if any chickens have avoided capture once the time has run out, the surviving chickens will win the takeaway.
Chicken Run: Housemates made to dress as chickens in a bizarre survival-of-the-fittest task to win a Nando’s-inspired meal on Friday’s episode
Foxy Noky: The former Miss Universe winner takes on duties of a fox along with Doctor Matty
Happy chicken: Customer support worker Yinrun – who is the current favourite to win – was pleased with her role
Customer support worker Yinrun – who is the current favourite to win the series and walk away with the £100,000 prize – was more than happy with her role as a chicken as she attempted a Scouse accent in the style of former housemate Paul.
She said: ‘I’m glad to be one of the chickens. One of the chickens, Chicken! Erm, yeah…’
Elsewhere, Trish has been seen feuding with dental therapist Chanelle in recent nights which escalated to the point of completely avoiding one another.
But as the pair both face the prospect of leaving the house for good after both finding themselves up for eviction, Welsh beauty Chanelle takes it upon herself to try to clear the air with stay-at-home mum Trish.
She says: ‘Trish, do you want to come and have a convo? Obviously you’ve been chatting to everyone else in the house and ignoring me, giving me the cold shoulder.’
Trish interjects: ‘I wouldn’t have called it the cold shoulder. For me, it was like ‘ok I don’t need to make an effort with everybody anymore’ and I also don’t want to feel like I’m connecting with people who do not like me.’
Chanelle – who had been initially selected for immunity from eviction following a successful task earlier this week but left it over a rule break – goes on to plead with Trish to realise that their fallout has ‘broken her heart’.
‘I’ve been breaking my heart over this!’ Chanelle pleads with Trish to call a truce on their fallout
She says: ‘Please don’t think that me not saying nothing or just going about my day as if I don’t care.
‘Underneath the make-up, I have been breaking my heart over in the diary room and in bed.’
Along with Chanelle and Trish, Olivia, Noky and Jenkin have all been nominated for eviction.
Any two of them will be evicted from the house on Friday’s episode and the pair of them will them immediately be interviewed by hosts AJ Odudo and Will Best on Big Brother Late and Live.
Big Brother: Live Eviction airs tonight at 9pm on ITV1, ITV2 and ITVX.
BIG BROTHER 2023: MEET THE CONTESTANTS!
HOW WOULD YOUR FRIENDS DESCRIBE YOU? ‘Loud and messy, and irritating probably.’
WHAT ARE YOU MOST LIKELY TO GET NOMINATED FOR? ‘I think I might potentially offend some people. My mouth moves faster than my brain.’
PROFESSION: Stay-at-home mum
WHAT WOULD YOU DO WITH THE PRIZE MONEY IF YOU WON? ‘I think my first priority is to sort out my housing situation. The housing crisis is just ridiculous and my housing situation has been unstable. It brings me a lot of mum guilt because I’ve got a young child. It’s my biggest incentive and motivation to win.’
WHAT ARE YOU MOST LIKELY TO GET NOMINATED FOR? ‘Being cantankerous and acting as if I don’t want to be there even if I do in my heart. They might nominate me for being disengaged perhaps or not paying everyone an equal amount of attention. They may feel left out but I can’t help that.’
WHAT MADE YOU APPLY TO BECOME A BIG BROTHER HOUSEMATE? ‘I love challenges. I’ve had so many amazing times in my life, like going to Miss Universe as Miss Great Britain. I like to do something different and I think this is the next challenge I want to conquer. I want to show people what pageant girls are really like and disprove a lot of stereotypes around them. I also show what it’s like being a woman who’s worked in male- dominated fields. I want to show that women are capable of doing anything they want.’
PROFESSION: Customer support agent
WHAT PART OF THE EXPERIENCE ARE YOU MOST LOOKING FORWARD TO? ‘I’m most excited about being surrounded by so many people from different walks of life. I don’t think I will ever live in a house again with so many different kinds of people. I’m from China and I think it will help me be more immersed in British culture.’
PROFESSION: Dental therapist
WHAT ARE YOU MOST LIKELY TO BE NOMINATED FOR? ‘Probably just for being annoying. In Wales, we have this saying, “I’ll do it now in a minute.” So like, if I went to make food and I left a dish on the side, I have all good intentions of washing it but I’d be like, “I’ll do it now in a minute,” and it might be three hours later before I do it. So probably for silly stuff like that.’
FROM: Isle Of Man
HOW WOULD YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY DESCRIBE YOU? ‘They would say I’m quite like a lucky person or someone who really wants to experience life to its fullest and do everything that it has to offer. Someone who is kind and fun and doesn’t take life too seriously.’
PROFESSION: Food writer
HOW WOULD YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY DESCRIBE YOU? ‘I think they would say I’m particularly sociable and very chatty. I mean, I’ll be honest, my parents would definitely say I’m a bit of a snob but I take it as a compliment. I think it means you’ve got high standards and good taste. They’d say I was quite a peculiar child.’
WHAT ARE YOU MOST LIKELY TO GET NOMINATED FOR? ‘I think when people are in that hangry state, that’s when I’ll wind people up and grind their gears. I think they’ll nominate me for being full on, and for my brutal honesty and oversharing of opinions.’