Big Brother fans crown their winner already after brutal four-word comment

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    Big Brother fans have already decided their winner during the first episode of the brand new series.

    The iconic show made its epic return to ITV screens on Sunday evening (October 8). Fronted by AJ Odudu and Will Best, the programmed welcomed a brand new batch of housemates moving into the famous house.

    And it seems viewers already know who they want to win the show after a housemate’s rather blunt four-word comment. Hosts AJ and Will welcomed mum from Luton Trish onto the show, before making her way into the snazzy pad.

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    During her video introduction, Trish described herself as a feminist and proclaimed: “I hate the tories.” That comment went down a storm with viewers watching the show at home

    Rushing over to X, formerly known as Twitter, many branded Trish as their winner. One said: “I hate the tories!’ Trish for the win. Job done.”

    Another added: “I HATE THE TORIES??? Queen. Trish to win.” A third quipped: “Trish hates the Tories? Trish needs to win.”

    When asked why she applied to join the show, Trish said: "I always wanted to apply back in the day, my friends would always be like ‘I think you'd be good in there, you're quite mouthy’! When I saw it was coming back I thought it was the universe telling me something so I just went for it.

    "Also because I want to humanise refugees and immigrants, especially in this political climate. I want people to see that behind the stats and figures, there are real humans. We are important simply because we exist, not only when we participate in capitalism. We matter because we are alive and breathing – no human is illegal!"

    As for what part of the show she's looking forward to, Trish replied: "I'm looking forward to the challenges in the game and the team work. I'm really competitive, even at things where I know I may not be great. I just look forward to participating and giving it my best."

    It was a dramatic first show as housemate Olivia has been put up for eviction just minutes after entering the house. Following a game of pass the parcel, Dylan was told he'd lost their bed for his evening, Jenkin's suitcase got blown up and Olivia was put up for eviction.

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    However, an emotinal Olivia was later given an opportinity to save herself by Big Brother after being left fuming by Jenkin revealed she's the person he'd least like to live with during the party game. The housemates will rate themselves in order or most to least entertaining as part of an upcoming scene and if Olivia isn't at the bottom of the rankings, she will not face eviction.

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