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7 left in The Traitors – including Inverness contestant

By Andrew Dixon

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WARNING: Spoiler alert if you haven't seen the latest episode.


Inverness contestant Evie Morrison has reached the last seven of BBC smash hit reality TV show The Traitors.

The 29-year-old was among the 22 players who arrived at Ardross Castle to play the ultimate murder mystery game to win up to £120,000.

Concealed amongst them are the traitors, whose job is to secretly 'murder' (eliminate from the game) the others without getting caught. And if they make it to the end, they will take all of the money.

Episode 10 started with the faithfuls realising that nobody had been eliminated and traitor Harry convincing the others he was targeted when he had won a shield in a previous mission to protect him. Harry had actually masterminded a plan with traitor Andrew to recruit Ross which seemed to be working to his advantage.

The fallout led to more speculative discussions about who the remaining traitors are with suspicions landing on Ross and Jasmine.

Harry and Andrew then started conspiring to get rid of both Ross and Jasmine, while faithful Evie explained she could stay detached from her emotions in a bid to remain in the game.

They then visited host Claudia Winkleman in the woods for a mission designed to add money to the prize fund.

The group had to carry loot over a course while avoiding traps. They put themselves in pairs, with Evie teaming up with Ross. They got their second question wrong and Evie got caught up in a net hanging from a tree, leaving Ross to continue the mission alone.

Only traitor Andrew survived the mission, adding £3000 to the pot and Claudia told them that nobody collected the shield, meaning someone would be banished and later someone would be 'murdered'.

At the round table where players voted to banish someone, Evie wanted Ross to go and the majority agreed to send him home.

The group seemed overjoyed after he revealed himself to the group as being a traitor, leaving seven players in the game.

It meant traitors Harry and Andrew then had to choose who to 'murder' weighing up eliminating Jaz, Zack or Mollie. We'll find out their decision tomorrow night.

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