Channel Seven recently announced they'd be shaking up the Big Brother game with a big challenge and eviction featured in every single episode.
And after Laura Coriakula's eviction on Monday night, it was time for Allan Liang to say goodbye on Tuesday night.
But what was most surprising about Allan's exit was the fact he didn't have any kind of reaction to being told to leave the Big Brother house – and the reason for that was because he thought the eviction was all fake.
Speaking with Daily Mail, Allan revealed he only realised it was real when he was escorted out to the car waiting outside.
He told the publication: "When Sonia said the vote it was like I was frozen and didn't know what was going on. I just thought it was a fake eviction."
Allan said that because he thought it was a fake eviction he made sure not to blow up and show the other contestants his true colours, adding: "I better bite my tongue."
"How I was around the other housemates and how I was in the diary room was two completely different people," he said.
Allan's eviction was all the more shocking because he was up against Kieran Richardson and Angela Clancy, who both received just one vote each, leaving Allan with a huge 12 votes to leave.
Allan said that he thought people were threatened by him which is why he was forced to leave the show.
It wasn't until he was out of the house that he began unleashing on his fellow contestants.
"WHAT?! I am salty AF on turbo, times that by 400. That’s like a landslide. How the hell is Kieran still in the house. I don’t know what he said or what he put in the drinks,” he said.
"Goes to show people can lie straight to your face. I’m actually lost for words. This is absolute abuse. Coming out second, five days is just too short. I want to go back in and stir the pot a little bit more."
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