Big Brother's top three housemates accidentally revealed

Marni Dixit
·Lifestyle & Entertainment Producer
·2-min read

Big Brother Australia only recently kicked off, but it seems the final three may have accidentally been revealed.

Bookmakers Sportsbet and TAB are both tipping the same three housemates to make it all the way to the grand finale.

The top three Big Brother contestants have accidentally been revealed. Photo: Seven
The top three Big Brother contestants have accidentally been revealed. Photo: Seven

Marley Biyendolo, a 25-year-old basketball player and disability support worker is the front-runner according to both bookies with Sportsbet's odds sitting at $1.90, while TAB has him at $1.75. 

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Next up is Christina Podolyan, a 22-year-old flight attendant, who has odds of $5 on Sportsbet and TAB.

Sarah Jane 'SJ' Adams, the 65-year-old antique dealer, has quite differing odds across the two sites, with Sportsbet sitting at $3.75 and TAB at $7.

Marley Biyendolo is hotly tipped to win the series. Photo: Instagram/Marley Biyendolo
Marley Biyendolo is hotly tipped to win the series. Photo: Instagram/Marley Biyendolo

The public will decide on the show's winner, however, the show was filmed in October and only a few people know who makes it to the very end. 

The winner will not be revealed until the top three reunite for the show's live finale.

Christina Podolyan is also rumoured to be in the top three. Photo: Instagram/Christina Podolyan
Christina Podolyan is also rumoured to be in the top three. Photo: Instagram/Christina Podolyan

Marley has previously revealed his motivation to win comes from losing his mum to cancer four years ago, as the money would mean he can help to support his dad.

Housemates are evicted every single episode and so far, three people have left the Big Brother house. They are Max Beattie, Lillian Ahenkan AKA Flex Mama and Renata Bubeniene.

Sarah Jane 'SJ' Adams rounds out the top three. Photo: Seven
Sarah Jane 'SJ' Adams rounds out the top three. Photo: Seven

Renata said she had a feeling she'd be going home, telling PerthNow, "I knew the target was on my back when I was winning that first challenge, I was actually considering should I win it, or not? But I am the person to come in and do it all 120 per cent."

She added how the lack of routine inside the Big Brother house was the toughest part of the whole situation.

"Every day was challenging," she said. "We didn’t have coffee, no tea, no proper breakfast so there was no routine and without the routine, you feel a little bit unstable, it was a crazy experience."

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