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Big Brother 2018 odds

Who wins Big Brother 2018?

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Big Brother (UK) 2018: Cast

The final series of civilian Big Brother has already kicked off with controversy. Now if you have missed the introductions or just find it hard to put names to faces, then don't worry as today we bring you the full list of housemates (not including the 2 Evicted, 1 Ejected and 1 Walked) to keep you fully up to date with the Channel 5's hit reality show.

 

Akeem Griffiths, 26:

A Training Consultant by occupation, Akeem is highly competitive with his eyes set on the prize.

Basically from Rhondda Valley, he lives with his family and has been in a relationship for six years.

He says he doesn’t like [disrespectful] people who puts others down, just to make themselves feel better.

Sending a nude photograph of himself to his mother, is the most embarrassing thing he has ever done.

 

Brooke Berry, 21:

Brooke describes herself as nomadic, and writes a blog which is a "modern take on Buddhism's values, rather than the religious aspects".

She also works as a Freelance Graphic Designer and wants to go into the parliament to represent lesbian women.

She says winning is not important but admits she doesn't like losing.

 

Cameron Cole, 18:

Cameron is a Vlogger from Norwich, where he lives with his family.

Extremely competitive, he says the thought of losing makes him feel sick. Winston Churchill is his idol.

He is single, and says he is “completely hopeless in love”.

 

Cian Carrigan, 23:

Cian hails from rural Ireland and works as a Customer Service Agent.

He is gay and single, and says he always falls for straight guys (prefers masculine men with intelligence).

He has five older siblings, and says missing his mother will be one of the hardest parts of living in the House.

 

Isaac Jagroop, 23:

Isaac is a Club Promoter and Footballer who lives in Birmingham but is originally from Suffolk.

A party animal, he played professional football for six years before being released aged 17 after becoming distracted by girls and partying.

He admits that he's very emotional and says he cried like a baby at his mom’s wedding.

 

Kenaley Amos-Sissons, 24:

Kenaley graduated in Health and Social Care from University of Birmingham in 2017 and lives in an all-female house (with her mum and sisters) in Nottingham.

Not voting in the EU referendum is one of her biggest regrets, she would have voted to remain.

She insists that she is a caring and positive person; while people opinion of her is that she seems intimidating and can come across as aggressive.

 

Lewis Flanagan, 27:

Lewis Flanagan is very active; he loves working out, cycling and yoga. As a Housemate, he will mostly miss the healthy food, gym, his meditation apps and his yoga equipment.

His main passion is self-development and self-growth. He believes everyone should thrive to become the ultimate version of themselves; emotionally, physically, spiritually and financially.

He says he is very outspoken and finds it hard keeping things to himself.

 

Sîan Hamshaw, 25:

A single mother, Sîan lives with her four-year-old son in Barnsley.

A waitress by profession, she says her type is “manly men who look a bit rough”.

She is a morning person, and hopes to be the happy one in the house this year.

 

Tomasz Wania, 31:

Came to England 10 years ago, Tomasz describes himself as gender fluid but doesn't mind being labeled as any specific gender.

He is most passionate about LGBTQ+ issues around the world, computer games and income equality.

 

Zoe Jones, 31:

A Carer from Halifax, Zoe is a single mum who says she has a “few different personalities”.

Extremely competitive, she hates to lose. She plays netball every week and will swear and sulk if her team loses.

She rates herself 10/10 for humor, honesty, competitiveness, looks, confidence and leadership…but only a 1/10 for arrogance.