Big Brother 7 - Sezer Eviction
Posted by Nick Niesen on October 26th, 2010
Sezer Yurtseven was the second housemate to be evicted from the Big Brother house and won two dubious honours in the process. Firstly, he was evicted by the largest public vote margin of all time ? a massive 91.6%, making him the show?s most detested housemate in Big Brother?s seven series run.
He also became the earliest male housemate to be evicted from the house, having been shown the door by the end of week two.
Sezer was a shoe-in to leave as far as the bookmakers were concerned as soon as it was revealed he was one of three housemates up for eviction. He was available at 3/10 which plummeted to 1/33 by Friday evening.
However, first thing Monday morning, Sezer was available at comparatively gigantic odds of 12/1 to be the second person evicted as whinging Nikki was the firm favourite to leave next at even money.
The situation changed dramatically by the time it came to nominations as not only was Nikki receiving favourable edits from the production team, showing the likes of Grace talking about her behind her back, but in a dramatic twist both Sezer and Imogen were banned from nominations after being caught discussing them.
Both Sezer and Grace were not portrayed well in the highlights show, with Grace bitching at every opportunity and Sezer bragging about how he could survive the chop against almost anyone in the house, especially the surgically enhanced Lea.
Just before the nominations were announced to the public, Grace was odds-on favourite to leave at 1/2 and both Nikki and Sezer at 7/2.
Despite behaving like a proper little madam since she arrived in the house, Nikki didn?t receive a single nomination while Grace received two which wasn?t enough to put her up for the public vote.
Richard received the most at four nominations, with both Lea and Sezer receiving three apiece. The trio would be put up for the public vote and Sezer got his wish of going head-to-head with Lea.
The bookmakers didn?t believe in Sezer?s invincibility as much as the Turkish Cypriot stockbroker did and immediately priced him up as 3/10 favourite. Sezer?s cause was not helped by one leading tabloid newspaper which only published his eviction number and urged readers to vote him out.
The press and Big Brother themselves love a pantomime villain and Sezer duly delivered and not even Victor from Big Brother 5 was detested as much for ?ruining? Shell?s mock wedding if you judge by the overall voting percentage.
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