Big Brother housemate Cat Law.
Big Brother housemate Cat Law. Paul Broben

Cat and Aisha sent home in Big Brother double eviction

CONTROVERSIAL Big Brother lovebirds Cat and Lawson have been reunited after tonight's double eviction.

Melbourne midwife Cat Law was one of two housemates sent packing tonight and yesterday's evictee Lawson Reeves was there to greet her at Dream World.

"You can't help who you fall for, but it's harder if that person is in a tricky situation," Cat told host Sonia Kruger.

"He's just so similar to me and I've never had that instant bond with someone before."

After joining Cat on stage, Lawson admitted to having some "low moments" today after facing the public and media scrutiny for cheating on his girlfriend Candice Leeder with Cat on national television.

"It's going to be a tough ride for us and I didn't want you to face that alone," he said.

While the double eviction brought "Clawson" back together, it separated another couple with Aisha McKinnon also leaving the house.

Unlike her sweetheart Travis Lunardi's fake eviction last month, Aisha's eviction was real.

Big Brother sweethearts Aisha McKinnon and Travis Lunardi.
Big Brother sweethearts Aisha McKinnon and Travis Lunardi. Paul Broben

But the 22-year-old Sydneysider, originally from New Zealand, said she and Travis would continue their romance after the show.

"I'm so lucky to have met someone like him and in such a crazy experience to have something so real," she told host Sonia Kruger.

But Aisha was at least comforted by her mum Sue, who was flown in from New Zealand for the eviction.

Leo and Skye are now the only remaining couple in the Big Brother house, although their future appears to be rocky.



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