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Big Brother Australia housemates arrive in Sydney ahead of the live finale

The Big Brother Australia 2021 finale is less than 48 hours away.

And contestants from the reality TV series touched down at Sydney Airport last week, ahead of Tuesday night’s live winner announcement.

Housemates Mary Kalifatidis, Gabe Criste, Carlos Castro and Michael Brown were all seen strutting through the domestic terminal on Saturday. 

They’re here! The Big Brother Australia 2021 finale is less than 48 hours away, and the contestants touched down at Sydney Domestic Airport last week. Pictured: Mary Kalifatidis

Matriarch Mary kept things casual for the flight in a cream-coloured jumper paired with black tracksuit pants.

The 56-year-old wore her wavy auburn tresses loose as she picked up her luggage at the carousel.

The mother of Married At First Sight alum Martha Kalifatidis wisely masked up amid Sydney’s new Covid-19 lockdown, initiated only hours earlier. 

Low key: Matriarch Mary kept things casual for the flight in a cream-coloured jumper paired with black tracksuit pants. Pictured with Gabe Criste

Low key: Matriarch Mary kept things casual for the flight in a cream-coloured jumper paired with black tracksuit pants. Pictured with Gabe Criste

Good hair day: The 56-year-old wore her wavy auburn tresses loose as she picked up her luggage at the carousel

Good hair day: The 56-year-old wore her wavy auburn tresses loose as she picked up her luggage at the carousel

Safety first: The mother of Married At First Sight alum Martha Kalifatidis wisely masked up amid Sydney's new Covid-19 lockdown, initiated only hours earlier

By Mary's side was Gabe Criste, who walked out of the Big Brother house on day 33

Safety first: The mother of Married At First Sight alum Martha Kalifatidis wisely masked up amid Sydney’s new Covid-19 lockdown, initiated only hours earlier

By Mary’s side was Gabe Criste, who walked out of the Big Brother house on day 33.

After picking up their bags, Mary and Gabe strolled out of the airport with their co-stars Carlos and Michael. 

The quartet have already been eliminated from contention on the show. 

Making an entrance: After picking up their bags, Mary and Gabe strolled out of the airport with their co-stars Carlos (second from left) and Michael (right)

Making an entrance: After picking up their bags, Mary and Gabe strolled out of the airport with their co-stars Carlos (second from left) and Michael (right)

Goners: The quartet have already been eliminated from contention on the show

Goners: The quartet have already been eliminated from contention on the show

The sighting comes on the same weekend their fellow evictee Daniel Hayes predicted who will win the show on Tuesday night.  

The real estate agent, 48, suspects Marley Biyendolo, 26, will walk away victorious after all others are evicted. 

‘Looking at the numbers, you’d have to say Marley… [his] social game was on point,’ he told TV Blackbox on Sunday.  

Out: Daniel Hayes (pictured) was one of the biggest 'players' in Big Brother Australia history. It was therefore a shock to many viewers when the real estate agent, 48, was evicted last week

Out: Daniel Hayes (pictured) was one of the biggest ‘players’ in Big Brother Australia history. It was therefore a shock to many viewers when the real estate agent, 48, was evicted last week

In addition to being strong on social media, Daniel said ‘Marley’s the only one who hasn’t been saved’. 

Marley, Ari Kimber, Christina Podolyan and Sarah Jane Adams are the top four left in the house. 

They are competing for the $250,000 cash prize, after spending more than 60 days in the Big Brother house. 

Winner? Now he's sure he knows who will walk away victorious - Marley Biyendolo (pictured)

Winner? Now he’s sure he knows who will walk away victorious – Marley Biyendolo (pictured)

Proof:  'Looking at the numbers, you'd have to say Marley… [his] social game was on point,' he told TV Blackbox on Sunday

Proof:  ‘Looking at the numbers, you’d have to say Marley… [his] social game was on point,’ he told TV Blackbox on Sunday

Meanwhile, the Big Brother finale falls on Tuesday – right in the midst of the lockdown which came about after Sydney’s Covid-19 cases grew.   

Channel Seven reported on Sunday that the show was supposed to be filmed in front of a large studio audience.

However, that has since changed due to the ongoing pandemic. 

How he knows: In addition to being strong on social media, Daniel says 'Marley's the only one who hasn't been saved'

How he knows: In addition to being strong on social media, Daniel says ‘Marley’s the only one who hasn’t been saved’

At the end: Marley, Ari Kimber, Christina Podolyan (left) and Sarah Jane Adams (right) are the top four left in the house

At the end: Marley, Ari Kimber, Christina Podolyan (left) and Sarah Jane Adams (right) are the top four left in the house

Out of the final four, one contender is the clear favourite to win it all, according to multiple betting websites.

As of Thursday, both Sportsbet and TAB had basketballer Marley as the short-odds favourite to walk away with the cash prize.

Sportsbet had the Melburnian at $1.60 to be the last man standing in the house, with Christina lagging behind at $2.90.

Sarah Jane and Ari are at long odds to win, sitting at $7 and $12 respectively.

Finale: Also in the running in Ari Kimber (pictured). They are competing for the $250,000 cash prize, after spending more than 60 days in the Big Brother house

Finale: Also in the running in Ari Kimber (pictured). They are competing for the $250,000 cash prize, after spending more than 60 days in the Big Brother house


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