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Big Brother: Kent contestant and former Sandwich Technology pupil Winston Showan facing eviction from Channel 5 show

23 June 2014
by KentOnline reporter

Kent's Winston Showan could be leaving the Big Brother house this week.

The 27-year-old is one of six contestants facing eviction after the latest round of nominations by fellow housemates.

It was a shock for the former Sandwich Technology pupil, who had been dubbed the early favourite to win this year's show.

Winston Showan had been dubbed an early favourite to win this year’s Big Brother

Winston Showan had been dubbed an early favourite to win this year’s Big Brother

Winston, who has lived in Deal and St Margaret's, had earlier been given odds of 5-1 with bookmakers Coral.

Believing he would make the best ever housemate, he said: "I'm charming, fun, charismatic, the list goes on."

But he said he would hate any tasks involving horses as he is petrified of them and also hates insects.

Big Brother star Winston Showan is facing eviction

Big Brother star Winston Showan is facing eviction

Winston will be fighting to stay in the Big Brother house alongside Ash, Danielle, Chris, Marlon and Steven ahead of an eviction on Friday.

Big Brother, which continues until August, is on Channel 5 at 9pm today.

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