Tahan, Tim and Jade are in the 2013 Big Brother grand final.
Tahan, Tim and Jade are in the 2013 Big Brother grand final. Paul Broben

Tim, Tahan and Jade to face off in Big Brother grand final

EITHER Tim, Tahan or Jade will win Big Brother's$250,000 grand prize on Wednesday.

The trio of finalists was decided tonight after pretty-boy Drew and intruder Boog were sent packing in a double eviction.

Tim has been a favourite since the show started, while Tahan has survived more evictions than any other housemate.

Host Sonia Kruger with evictees Boog and Drew.
Host Sonia Kruger with evictees Boog and Drew. Paul Broben

But Tahan only narrowly avoided eviction until Ben's eviction, when the public vote swung from the quirky Brisbane flight attendant to the Darwin beauty's favour.

Ballina beauty Jade is the underdog as the least divisive of the three finalists.

Drew and Jade entered the house holding hands as a fake married couple, and Jade was holding Drew's hand when he was evicted. She looked genuinely shocked to have survived the elimination.

Jade's father traveled all the way from Italy to attend tonight's eviction, and it's expected he'll be in the audience again for the grand final.

Online betting website SportsBet has Tim at 1.9 odds to win, followed by Tahan at 2.5 odds and Jade at 4 odds.

The public voting results from tonight's show were much tighter, with less than one percentage point separating the final three housemates.

Evictee Boog, who received just 3.8 percent of the public vote, said she and Tim were makes who joked around.

"He's a fun-loving guy, but I wanted to kill him a lot of the time," she told host Sonia Kruger.

Drew reunited with friend, possibly more-than-a-friend Tully, kissing her on stage.

Tully and Drew together again.
Tully and Drew together again. Paul Broben

"It's surreal; it's awesome to see him," Tully told Kruger.

The Big Brother grand final airs Wednesday at 6.30pm Qld, 7.30pm NSW on Channel 9/WIN.

Big Brother double eviction voting results

Boog - 3.8 percent

Drew - 14.1 percent

* the other  three percentages will be revealed on Wednesday's show



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