Entertainment

Big Brother firecracker Angie evicted

Angie Murray with host Sonia Kruger.
Angie Murray with host Sonia Kruger. Paul Broben

ANGIE Murray was the eighth housemate evicted from Big Brother tonight.

The blonde was booted off the reality show, after receiving just 0.8 percent of the public vote less than intruder Sam in the show's first six-way nomination.

The 21-year-old admitted to host Sonia Kruger that her short temper contributed to her four nominations and eventual eviction.

"I'm a firecracker," she said.

"I think everybody knew that when I came into here.

"My fuse, I'll probably try to lengthen that."

Angie's mum was in the studio audience along with other housemate friends and family members, who will enter the Big Brother House tomorrow to help with nominations.

The Gold Coast sales rep gave the final nomination super power of the series to Brisbane beautician Layla.

Topics:  big brother, sonia kruger




Join the Community.

Get your local news, your way.

Stay Connected

Update your news preferences and get the latest news delivered to your inbox.

Wattles committed to the cause

ON THE FIELD: Jason Wilmot in possession for Wattles against Warwick at Father Ranger Oval.

Wattles coach happy with progress

Blue Light Disco on tonight

Reagan Adams and Logan Laidlow at a Blue Light Disco.

Disco at the Redbacks tonight

Back to basics for Springborg after leadership loss

LEADERSHIP LOST: Lawrence Springborg has been dumped as the leader of the LNP in Queensland.

Dumped Opposition Leader returns to electorate

Latest deals and offers


Redbacks coach backs his boys

TALL TIMBER: Warwick Redbacks’ Ruckman Alex Cutmore, pictured playing against South Toowoomba Bombers last Saturday, is playing out of his skin

Coach confident of turning the corner

Mayor: confidence is key to filling empty shops

Former Destination Southern Downs business implementation manager Tracy Dobie has announced she will be running for Mayor. Photo Contributed

Dobie to lead economic development committee

Warwick commercial property market in ‘decline’

The old Mango camping store on Albion St is for sale/lease at the moment. It's been empty since late February after housing the camping business for 10 years.

Business confidence affects commercial property sales

Demand for acreage lots pushes up property prices

Property values in Cooroy have increased 25%

Property values jump in Cooroy and Peachester.