Lucinda Nicholas, who was the latest celeb to be evicted from Bigg Boss 11
on Monday said that her biggest disadvantage in the show was "language barrier." The Australian model was ousted from the show as part of a surprise eviction round, which was only for the padosi
s, who failed to perform Bigg Boss's special task and therefore lost their immunities. Housemates had to vote out one of the four padosi
s - Lucinda, Luv Tyagi, Sabyasachi Satpathy and Mahjabi Siddiqui - and eventually Lucinda was voted out. Some contestants, who voted Lucinda out, like Sapna Choudhary, claimed that they couldn't converse with her properly while some like Jyoti Kumaar, who saved Lucinda by putting luv's journey in danger, said despite language barrier she spoke to Lucinda more than Luv. "My biggest disadvantage was the language barrier. Despite that, I feel that I connected with many of the contestants
. Everyone inside is a good player, and I loved being a part of the Bigg Boss house. It surely was a big opportunity for me," said Lucinda after the eviction.
Lucinda broke down after she lost the battle to Luv Tyagi but left the house with a cheerful smile on her face. During her two-week stay in the house, Lucinda did not create trouble for anyone.
Lucinda Nicholas was evicted on Monday
Monday's episode was a nomination special round where after Lucinda's exit, the housemates returned to the weekly task of nominations. Bigg Boss asked Vikas Gupta, this week's captain, to name seven contestants for nomination first citing reasons and the rest of the contestants had to choose two names from the pool of seven names for the final round.
As of now, Luv Tyagi, Puneesh Sharma, Hina Khan, Sapna Choudhary and Akash Dadlani are nominated for elimination. The journey of one of them will come to an end in the Weekend Ka Vaar
episode on October 22.
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