BIG Brother will punish two housemates for breaking the rules by speaking in code.
Hallie and Olivia were last night caught apparently talking about nominations by sneakily spelling out names.
A clip played during Late and Live saw the naughty pair openly discuss a co-star by writing out letters.
Hallie drew a housemate's name on Olivia's back – leading viewers to believe they were talking about Noky.
Presenter AJ Odudu told fans: "I can confirm that we've only blooming had a rule break.
"Big Brother caught Hallie and Olivia drawing housemates' names on each other's backs.
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"Don't worry, it didn't affect the outcome of this week's nominations, but you'll have to tune in at 9pm to find out how Big Brother will deal with these two.
Hallie and Olivia will find out their fate on Thursday night's show.
In the past, Big Brother has publicly shamed rule-breakers by identifying them in front of the group.
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It's not yet known how Hallie and Olivia will suffer for trying to fool Big Brother.
Some viewers have suggested they're put up for public vote alongisde Zac and Henry.
Yinrun was left in floods of tears after discovering her close pal Henry was facing eviction.
Some viewers were shocked controversial characters Hallie and Kerry escaped the risk of being put up to the vote.
One fan suggested: "Please put them both up and have double eviction."
Olivia had said saracastically "let's not speak in code" before pulling her top up and leaning forward.
Hallie then drew lettters on Olivia's bare back with her finger until she guessed the letter.
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