Hatfield student Sree avoids eviction in Big Brother nominations
HATFIELD student Sree Dasari narrowly escaped being put up for eviction from the Big Brother house last night (Wednesday) – but insisted he still wants to quit the reality show. Sree, 25, has had a number of heated arguments in recent days with Irish cont
HATFIELD student Sree Dasari narrowly escaped being put up for eviction from the Big Brother house last night (Wednesday) - but insisted he still wants to quit the reality show.
Sree, 25, has had a number of heated arguments in recent days with Irish contestant Noirin Kelly.
The Indian-born student has divided the housemates, with half supporting him and the others mocking him.
However, the University of Hertfordshire Students' Union president-elect will not face the public vote this Friday.
Russian female boxer Angel McKenzie and Freddie George Fisher were the pair put forward by their fellow housemates in last night's live Channel 4 show.
Contestants had just 90 seconds to nominate the two who they wanted to leave the Borehamwood house.
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Sree received five nominations but both Angel and Freddie received six votes each.
This is the third time in a row that Freddie, who has changed his name by deed poll to Halfwit on the Channel 4 show, has faced possible eviction.
Sree, however, has told Big Brother he wants to leave.
The Hatfield student is also facing the threat of deportation outside the house due to visa application problems.