Now that Big Brother VIP Australia is underway, we have a hunch that the contestants’ social media activity could be a HUGE spoiler, revealing exactly who gets eliminated and when!

As mentioned in episode 95 of So Dramatic! With Megan Pustetto, Caitlyn Jenner inadvertently revealed she had left the Big Brother VIP house after just one week.

On August 8, the Kar-Jenner patriarch posted that she was already back in California. So does this mean the contestants were allowed to post online as soon as they were evicted? Which means that their social media activity could tell us the exact order of eliminations?

*SPOILER ALERT* ! Keep reading at your own risk!

Who Leaves the Big Brother VIP Australia 2021 House and In What Order?

In order of first eliminated to most recent [according to their social media activity]:

**Dates are from time of recording!**

Caitlyn Jenner – August 6 

The 71-year-old was spotted arriving at LAX Airport on August 7.

Then, on August 8, she retweeted the Big Brother VIP lineup.

“Great time abroad for fun and glad to be back in #California on the campaign trail!,” she wrote.

Danny Hayes – August 6

This Big Brother all-star was also back on the ‘gram just days after filming began, having posted a selfie of himself looking dapper in a suit.

Ellie Gonsalves – August 8

Model Ellie also posted the Big Brother VIP cast list to her Instagram account upon leaving the house.

Josh Carroll – August 8

One of the influencer’s friends posted a Facebook status on August 8 that read: “Hahaha my boy Josh Carroll coming up soon on Big Brother VIP. And Danny is back!”, to which Josh replied with four devil face emojis. He also uploaded the cast lineup to Instagram.

Luke Toki – August 8

Like his fellow housemates, Survivor Australia star Luke also posted the VIP cast announcement to Instagram after a short social media hiatus.

It is also safe to assume that Luke was in the house for several days at least, given that his participation on the Survivor: Talking Tribunal podcast is pre-recorded also.

Dayne Beams – August 16

The former AFL captain posted the VIP cast list to his Instagram after zero activity on the account since July 30.

Thomas Markle Jr. – August 18

One of the more controversial stars of Big Brother VIP, Thomas started afresh with his social media after leaving the BB house, bombing his Instagram account with news clippings of articles relating to his Aussie reality TV experience.

Jessika Power – August 19

The Married at First Sight bombshell was also nowhere to be found on social media from July 30.

Then, Jessika popped up a post of the Big Brother VIP lineup on Instagram, captioning the image: “Bring it on baby” before she began documenting her Hotel Quarantine experience.

Imogen Anthony – August 19

“Well, f*ck, here we go,” Imogen captioned her own upload of the cast announcement for Big Brother VIP.

Matt Cooper – August 22

We know that Matt was the second contestant to check out of Big Brother’s hotel but could his late posting of the official cast list be purely because he was salty AF about being evicted?

Who Could Be Final Two for Big Brother Australia VIP 2021?

This leaves just two contestants: Omarosa Manigault Newman and Bernard Curry.

Similar to Matt, Omarosa – who was the first celebrity to be evicted – has posted many times since leaving the Big Brother house, but has not mentioned her appearance on the series either. Her first post was on August 25. Could she also be p*ssed?

Bernard’s first post since going into the Big Brother house was on August 24, however, it was not the Big Brother VIP lineup like several other cast members!

Instead, the actor posted a promotional video for the latest season of prison drama Wentworth. He posted again from his home on September 1.

Everything We Know About Big Brother VIP Australia 2021!

Big Brother VIP Australia is the first celebrity iteration of the famed reality series since 2002, which starred Kyle Sandilands, Red Symons, Jay Laga’aia and Dylan Lewis, who took out the title after 24 days in the house.

The series has been filmed in a brand new purpose-built facility.

Located in Sydney Olympic Park’s White Pavillion, the new “hotel” was created after the previous Big Brother house in Sydney’s Manly was demolished.

With no official start date for Big Brother VIP (according to episode 93 of So Dramatic! With Megan Pustetto the series will air around October), we’re already on the edge of our seats to see the celebrity drama unfold later in 2021.

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