Big Brother evictee Richard Hordern-Gibbings greets fans at Dreamworld.
Big Brother evictee Richard Hordern-Gibbings greets fans at Dreamworld. Paul Broben

Big Brother’s Harry Potter lookalike Richard evicted

THE intruders continue to roll out of the Big Brother house.

Richard Hordern-Gibbings was the second of four "noisy neighbour" intruders to be evicted from the reality show after Tom Mackay's eviction last night.

The Sydney bank teller said Big Brother was "brutal" for using the pause function of the remote control task to prevent the housemates from saying goodbye to him.

"It was pretty brutal to be honest, but that's the game," he told host Sonia Kruger.

"I think a few of the others were more upset than I was."

The 25-year-old said Adelaide teacher Priya Malik could win the show because of her ability to be both the mother figure to and puppet master of the other housemates.

"I see Priya as winning this whole thing," he said.

"She could easily take it."

Tomorrow night the remaining housemates will get to listen in as their friends and family cast the votes for nominations.



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