Jasmin greets fans at Dreamworld after her eviction.
Jasmin greets fans at Dreamworld after her eviction. Paul Broben

Jasmin's time in the Big Brother house is over

A FEW pashes might have been what got Jasmin booted out of the Big Brother house.

The 24-year-old flight attendant was the fourth housemate evicted from the reality show.

Safe for another week are Mikkayla, Matt, Katie and Lucy, Tahan and Ben.

Catching up with host Sonia Kruger, Jasmin discovered her seemingly innocent kiss on a dare with Ed in the hot tub upset fellow housemate Jade.

"Being one of the single girls in the house.. . I thought 'I'm here to have fun'," she said.

"I didn't realise she (Jade) was affected that much to the point where she cried."

Jasmin reacts to footage of her kissing Tim during her chat with host Sonia Kruger.
Jasmin reacts to footage of her kissing Tim during her chat with host Sonia Kruger. Paul Broben

Jasmin received just six percent of the public vote, compared to 13 percent each for Tahan and Matt and a massive 31 percent for Ben.

Jasmin said Caleb is the current frontrunner to win the show.

"I feel like there's a boys' club being created inside," she said

"I'm going to say Caleb, but I want Heidi to win."

Jasmin also had a pash with Tim on a whim, and told Kruger she didn't regret it.

"Everyone has to apply to audition; it's such an amazing experience."

As part of her departure, Jasmin passed the superpower over tomorrow night's nominations to Heidi.

Nominations take place again tomorrow night at 7pm on Channel 9/WIN. Late Night Feast also airs tomorrow at 9.30pm.


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