Nomination leaves Bradley reeling

Coraki teen Bradley Darke
Coraki teen Bradley Darke Contributed - Channel 9

CORAKI teen Bradley Darke is reeling after being nominated for eviction for the second week in a row on Big Brother.

The 19-year-old, who works as a checkout operator at his family's grocery store, was called "rude", "selfish" and "lazy" by his fellow housemates in last night's live nomination show.

Brisbane veterinarian Ray received the most votes, 15, and Darke came in second with 13 votes.

Sarah was the third housemate to be nominated after Estelle used her "nomination super power", granted to her by evicted lover Ryan Buckingham, to put Sarah up for nomination and save herself.

Clearly Ryan's aggressive behavior towards Sarah during a hip-hop dance-off at Estelle's birthday party last week made him a target for nomination, but Sarah herself did not vote for him.

The nominee who receives the lowest percentage of the public vote will be evicted on Sunday.

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