Hatfield student Sree faces possible Big Brother eviction

HATFIELD student Sree Dasari faces an early exit from Big Brother 10 tonight (Sunday). The University of Hertfordshire Students Union president-elect is up for possible eviction along with five other contestants in a public vote. Big Brother host Davina

HATFIELD student Sree Dasari faces an early exit from Big Brother 10 tonight (Sunday).

The University of Hertfordshire Students' Union president-elect is up for possible eviction along with five other contestants in a public vote.

Big Brother host Davina McCall will present a special live edition of the show direct from the house tonight on Channel 4 at 10pm.

Sree will be up against fellow 'non-housemates' Angel, Beinazir, Marcus, Siavash and Sophia.


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The one that gets the least amount of votes will be kicked off the reality show.

The rest of the contestants are already confirmed as official housemates after successfully completing tasks set by Big Brother.

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Indian-born Sree finished last in the final challenge to gain full housemate status - a biscuit dunking contest - before the public vote.

He later went to the Diary Room to chat with Big Brother,

Sree broke down in tears after failing to win a guaranteed place in the house and told Big Brother that he was "losing his confidence".

Student Cairon Austin-Hill secured his place in the Big Brother house proper by winning the biscuit dunking task.

He joins Charlie Drummond, Freddie George Fisher, Karly Ashworth, Kris Donnelly, Lisa Wallace, Noirin Kelly, Rodrigo Lopes, Saffia Corden and Sophie Reade as a bone fide housemate.

Meanwhile, Siavash, Angel, Sophia Brown, Beinazir, Marcus and Sree await their fate tonight.

However, wannabe MP Sree, 25, has already won one election this year after gaining the most votes to become the University of Hertfordshire's next Students' Union president.

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