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List of Big Brother (Australian TV series) season 5 housemates
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The following is a list of housemates on 2005's Australian Big Brother:
Angela Aiken, a company director from Victoria. She is the first housemate of the season to be evicted, on Day 14. She is best known for her outspoken personality which then led Angela to represent her season on numerous media platforms including radio, print and television. Angela continues to be a well known identity in the Melbourne social and Charity scene with numerous organisations. After her management contract with Harry M. Miller ended, she signed with Epic.
Christie Mills, a 19-year-old receptionist from New South Wales, has since moved to Gold Coast, Queensland. In 2006, she appeared in Zoo magazine with fellow housemate Michelle. She was evicted on Day 79 along with Rita in a Double Eviction.
Constance Hall, a 21-year-old hairdresser from Melbourne, Victoria and is the first housemate of the season to enter the Big Brother House. She was automatically nominated for a double eviction along with Dean and Nelson for misrepresenting to Big Brother her eligibility as single. She was evicted on Day 10 with Nelson. She ended her relationship with her boyfriend days after her disqualification, but have remained on-and-off as friends.
Dean Glucina, originally from Canberra, now lives in Melbourne is of Croatian heritage. He was 24 years old and a sales representative. He was automatically nominated for a double eviction along with Constance and Nelson for misrepresenting to Big Brother his eligibility as single. Dean survived the eviction, but as punishment, Big Brother automatically put him up for eviction and banned him from nominating the following week. He is evicted on Day 72.
Geneva Loader lives on the Northern Beaches of Sydney, and previously attended Collaroy Plateau Primary School. At the time of airing, she was a 19-year-old bisexual bar manager from New South Wales. Geneva is evicted on Day 51.
Janie Pattison, known as Gianna, is a 24-year-old customer service representative from South Australia. She is evicted on Day 23.
Glenn Dallinger is a 21-year-old sheep shearer from Stawell, Victoria. He is evicted on Day 57. Glenn was nicknamed 'shearer' on the show, due to his occupation.
Heath Tournier is a 22-year-old electrician from Grovedale, Victoria. Heath entered the house on Day 53 as an Intruder. He was automatically put up for eviction along with fellow intruders Melanie and Rita. After Rita was saved by the other housemates, he and Melanie faced the public vote. He received the most votes to evict and was evicted on day 60. In March 2009, he appeared as a minor character in the soap opera Neighbours.
Simon Deering, self-nicknamed Hotdogs, is a 27-year-old real estate agent from Western Australia at the time of entering the House. He is evicted on Day 64. Hotdogs was host of Network Ten show The Up Late Game Show which started its first season the day after Big Brother finished in 2005. The series ran two seasons, ending in 2006.
Richelle Benson, known in the House as Kate (born May 1983), is a 21-year-old administration worker from Perth, Western Australia. Kate was evicted on Day 86. While on the show Kate was considered a contender for the title until she controversially expressed "disgust" at seeing two male house-mates kiss, saying, "I'll vomit. That was disgusting. I'm homophobic... That really freaking scared the shit out of me. I hate (homosexuality) and I fear it. I felt sick when you did that, seriously. Why does it make you angry to hear me say that?"
Identical twins David and Greg Mathew, known as Logan David and Logan Greg respectively while in the House, are treated as a single entity in Nominations, Evictions, and Friday Night Live, and as winner contenders of the season. On launch night, David entered the Big Brother House (with his bio stating he was a 23-year-old plumber), while Greg entered and stayed in the Isolation Room. They go by the name Logan because that is their shared middle name. They started the series as a single housemate and swapped places when Big Brother would call them into the diary room. This rouse was successful during the switches until an injuring to one of them was found not on the other by the housemates. Big Brother decided to make the other housemates evict a twin on Day 75. David was evicted, and Greg stayed. Greg eventually won Big Brother over Tim, but he and David are considered joint winners.
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Melanie Smerdon is a 19-year-old behavioral neuroscience student and model. She entered the house on Day 53 as an intruder. Melanie was automatically put up for eviction along with fellow intruders Heath and Rita. After Rita is saved by the other housemates, she and Heath faced the public vote. She received the fewest votes to evict and stayed in the house. Melanie is evicted on Day 93.
Michael Farnsworth is a 27-year-old demolition worker from New South Wales. He entered the House on Day 0[clarification needed] and is evicted on Day 30.
Michelle Carew-Gibson lived in Queensland and is a 24-year-old promotions model. She is evicted on Day 36. Michelle completed her high school studies at Belridge Senior High School. Michelle's officially disclosed occupation to producers prior to appearing on the show was that of a promotional model for Queensland-based firm Pin-Up Promotions under the stage name of Harley. Michelle had appeared nude at least once in an edition of Australian-based softcore men's magazine Platinum Girls, the cause of a minor controversy. After eviction, she went on to perform photo shoots for a number of men's magazines including a full shoot for Platinum Girls.
Nelson Russell is a 23-year-old assistant manager from Queensland. During his short stay, Nelson received a strike for calling Big Brother a Jew. He was automatically nominated for a double eviction along with Constance and Dean for misrepresenting to Big Brother his eligibility being single. He was evicted with Constance on Day 10.
Rachael Burns entered the House on Day 25 during Housemates: Incoming! as replacement housemate for Constance and Nelson. She is a 22-year-old promotions model. Rachael is evicted on Day 44. She produced and presented a segment for EWTV which aired on Foxtel in 2006. Rachael also played a small role in SHAPE, a 2007 horror film released in Australia.
Rita Lazzarotto is a 29-year-old nurse when she entered on Day 53 as an Intruder. She was automatically put up for eviction along with fellow intruders Heath and Melanie. The other housemates voted to save her from eviction. On week 11, Rita received a record breaking 11 eviction points and is evicted on Day 79 along with Christie in a Double Eviction. After the removal Ashley and John from the Big Brother Australia 2006 House due to alleged sexual assault, Rita reported that she had been subjected to a similar incident during her time in the Big Brother House.
Tim Brunero (born 1976) is a 27-year-old journalist from Sydney, New South Wales. He entered the House on Day 0[clarification needed] and ended up as a runner-up. Now writing a book on his Big Brother experience and publishing magazine and newspaper articles. Brunero also writes for the website of The Chaser. Tim also had a regular gig on 2008 Big Brother show, Big Mouth. It was revealed during a reunion on A Current Affair that his game plan was orchestrated by Chas Licciardello before going into the house.
Vesna Tosevska (born January 1977) is a 28-year-old hairdresser from Melbourne, Victoria of Macedonian heritage. She entered the House on Day 25 as a replacement housemate for Constance and Nelson. Vesna is evicted on Day 99.
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