Four of the Big Brother housemates were put up for eviction in a tense final nomination as the show gears up to select a winner.
Jason Burrill, Laura Carter, Jackson Blyton and Jayne Connery will face eviction on Friday night, with the rest of the housemates sailing through to the face a public vote to win the £100k prize fund - minus the £20,000 Jason has already taken.
However, there was a twist in store, as Big Brother revealed that one of housemates will still be saved on Wednesday.
The housemates sat down and watched each other reason why they thought their fellow contestants should be out the door, which caused plenty of tension.
Some of the pettiest nominations included Laura by Andy West over her selfishly making a "fishbowl" of drink without asking anyone first, and Jayne of Jackson because he had dared to mention the fact she was 49-years-old.
But causing the biggest issue in the house was Jackson's nomination of Jason for being in "low mood".
Jason was "fuming" at his friend: " I've struggled, I've massively struggled. When you struggled, I didn't nominate you."
Jackson tried to defend himself, but ultimately apologised to Jason after time to think.
Unfortunately, Jackson didn't earn himself any favour with those watching at home.
Is everyone in agreement that Jackson needs to leave on Friday? Please say you are... I can't deal with the idea he might win #bbuk
-- Paul (@Paul_Spellman) July 19, 2016
Jackson had time to reflect on how bad he looks on tv & to realise his transparent mask slipping off, maybe that's why hes apologizing #bbuk
-- Ashleigh Coyle (@ashleighcoyle22) July 19, 2016
-- Romeo (@ModernEra94) July 19, 2016
Meanwhile, Laura had to be consoled by her fellow housemates as she broke down at the thought of having to deal with the booing from the fans outside, admitting she was certain she'd be the next one out.
That didn't go down well with one former housemate...
Well, Laura is a hypocrite - she told me I was pathetic for crying at being nominated. Pot calling the kettle black. #bbuk
-- Georgina Leigh (@georgina_leighc) July 19, 2016
In the diary room, Jayne also burst into tears at the injustice of Alex Cannon nominating her because she had previously said she wanted to leave.
All in all, it was a disastrous birthday for Sam Giffen, who was left cleaning up the aftermath AND getting insulted on Twitter.
-- dan.i.am (M) (@rastamiller) July 19, 2016
Sam is 24? TWENTY FOUR? Christ. Time is not kind to some eh #bbuk
-- colouroffensive. (@colouroffensive) July 19, 2016
But it left viewers at home thinking about who could now become the winner.
Sam and Hughie Maughan seemed the front-runners on Twitter.
Only worthy winner in that house now is Hughie. So pleased he's in the final. #BBUK Hughie to win
-- Alan Crabtree (@AlanCrabtree1) July 19, 2016
-- Nadine Thomas (@xnadinethomas) July 19, 2016
-- S.O.P.H.I.E ? (@_slants) July 19, 2016
Love that Laura thinks Hughie should win same babe same #bbuk
-- #TeamHughie (@HughieIsBae) July 19, 2016
-- TeamHughie (@hughie_3) July 19, 2016
Hughie or Sam to win, they're the only genuine housemates #BBUK
-- Corianne Barratt (@crazykidcorky) July 19, 2016
But don't rule out Jason just yet....
-- harry guttridge (@harryguttridge) July 19, 2016
-- STEVI RITCHIE (@THESTEVIRITCHIE) July 19, 2016
-- Natti33 (@natti26) July 19, 2016
Big Brother continues on Wednesday night on Channel 5 at 10pm.