Girls outnumber the boys with new Big Brother intruders

Intruder Madaline greets fans and host Sonia Kruger.
Intruder Madaline greets fans and host Sonia Kruger. Paul Broben

IT WAS a revolving door at the Big Brother house last night.

Intruder Justynn was booted out after just two days, and then two new female intruders Boog and Madaline were thrown into the mix.

Viewers agreed with the majority of the housemates that troublemaker Justynn had to go, with the bearded intruder receiving just 27 percent of the vote compared to Nathan's 73 percent.

No tears were shed for Justynn as he left the house without much of a fuss.

But it wasn't long before the intruder alarm sounded again and petite Boog met the female housemates in the diary room and Gold Coast beauty Madaline met the male housemates in the outdoor area.

"I'm not here to step on anyone's toes," 23-year-old Boog told host Sonia Kruger.

"I'm here to have a good time and get along with everybody."

The fate of the two female Intruders will be left in the hands of the Australian public. 

A poll on Nine's Jump-in app will open tonight for viewers to decide whether they want Madaline or Boog to remain in the Big Brother House.

Meanwhile, Tim, Drew, Ed, Mikkayla, Jade and Katie & Lucy are up for eviction tomorrow, when

recently evicted housemate Tully will make some sort of return on the show.

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